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April 2014 Establishing Employers’ Ownership in Social Media Newsletters
April 2014 Supreme Court Rules Severance Payments Subject to FICA Tax Newsletters
April 16, 2014 When it Comes to Administrative Expenses Under Section 503(b) of the Bankruptcy Code, Hindsight Isn’t Always 20/20 Newsletters
April 2014 Cartel Watch Volume 2, Issue 2 Cartel Watch
April 15, 2014 Colorado Supreme Court Grants Petition to Hear Lone Pine Order Rejection in Fracking Suit Newsletters
April 15, 2014 Eleventh Circuit Holds That Trustee Cannot Recover Tax Payments IRS Already Refunded Newsletters
April 11, 2014 FDA To Study Direct-To-Consumer Advertising Warnings Requirements Newsletters
April 11, 2014 Peanut Butter Maker Takes More Bread in 363 Sale, Leaves Winning Bidder in a Jam Newsletters
April 10, 2014 ICDR Releases Revised Arbitration Rules Geared Towards Expediting the Arbitral Process Briefings
April 10, 2014 Texas Town to Take Another Look at “Cancer Cluster” Data Newsletters
April 10, 2014 Would a U.S.-Based Bitcoin Exchange Be Eligible for Bankruptcy? Newsletters
April 9, 2014 Federal Reserve Will Extend Conformance Period for Treatment of CLOs as Covered Funds under the Volcker Rule Briefings
April 9, 2014 Free and Clear. Not So Fast. Bankruptcy Court Claws Back Ability to Sell Distressed Assets Free and Clear of Claims and Interests Newsletters
April 8, 2014 Two Reminders for the Compensation Committee: Reconsider Adviser Independence; Nasdaq Companies Must Submit One-Time Certification Briefings
April 7, 2014 “Moo”-ving Away from Omegas: Seventh Circuit Opens the Barn Door for Use of Constructive Trusts as a Preference Defense Newsletters
April 7, 2014 Chevron Continues Its Attack Against Fraudulent Ecuadorian Judgment, Targeting U.S. Law Firm Newsletters
April 4, 2014 Indian Drug Makers Remain Under The Microscope At FDA Newsletters
April 4, 2014 No Blurred Lines Here, Confidential Means Confidential (Even if No Nuclear Launch Codes Are Involved) Newsletters
April 3, 2014 No Trust? Time for a Trustee Newsletters
April 2, 2014 Supreme Court Preemption Ruling Is A Reminder For Defendants To Reevaluate State Laws Newsletters
April 1, 2014 363(f) Versus 365(h): A Victory for 363(f), At Least in this Case Newsletters
March 2014 An Overview of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act: Managing the Legal Risks Class Action Monitor
March 2014 Anticipating the Inevitable: What Every Company Should Think About Before a Data Breach Occurs Class Action Monitor
March 28, 2014 Several States Join To Take Closer Look At Fracking And Earthquakes Newsletters
March 28, 2014 You Can’t Always Get What You Want, But If You’re an Oversecured Creditor, You Might Get What You Need Newsletters
March 2014 Co-Determination of Employment Terms by Employees in German Companies Employer Update
March 2014 New York City Compulsory Paid Sick Leave Law to Take Effect April 1, 2014 Employer Update
March 27, 2014 Plaintiffs Challenge NYC E-Cigarette Ban While Industry Awaits FDA Regulation Newsletters
March 27, 2014 Rejecting Frenville (again), Third Circuit Extends Grossman’s and Broadens Scope of Prepetition Claims Newsletters
March 25, 2014 Judgment Against J&J Sub Reversed in Arkansas: Plaintiffs Cannot Rely On FDA Warning Letters Newsletters
March 25, 2014 Telling Clients to “Just Keep Paying” Won’t Cut It – Bankruptcy Court Claws Back Legal Fees as Constructively Fraudulent Transfers Newsletters
March 24, 2014 Stub Rent Debate Continues: Another Jurisdiction Adopts the Billing Date Approach Newsletters
March 21, 2014 Ninth Circuit B.A.P. Affirms That Liquidating Trust Can Receive Joint Venture Interests Notwithstanding Transfer Restrictions in Operating Agreement Newsletters
March 21, 2014 Wyoming Supreme Court Renders Decision On “Trade Secrets” in Fracking Fluid Newsletters
March 20, 2014 Don’t Do Tomorrow What You Can Do Today Or You Might Just Be Asking for Judicial Intervention Pursuant to Section 1142(b) of the Bankruptcy Code Newsletters
March 20, 2014 N.D. Ohio Court Grants Daubert Motion and Holds Case Reports Insufficient to Prove General Causation Newsletters
March 19, 2014 California Appellate Court Allows Consumer Expectations to Set Standard For Defect Newsletters
March 18, 2014 English and US Courts Approve and Recognize English Law Scheme of Arrangement to Compromise New York Law Governed Notes Issued by a Foreign Entity Newsletters
March 18, 2014 I Didn’t Know, I Swear! Section 548(c)’s Good-Faith Defense to Fraudulent Transfer Actions Newsletters
March 18, 2014 US Antitrust Suit Dismissed Notwithstanding Evidence of Canadian Conspiracy Antitrust Update
March 17, 2014 Decision Ordering Production of Internal Investigation Materials Threatens to Shake Up Risk Management Practices Newsletters
March 17, 2014 SEC Speaks 2014: Charting A New Course For Enforcement Efforts Securities Enforcement and Litigation Alert
March 14, 2014 363 Asset Sales: Going Once, Going Twice, Sold! . . . Subject to Court Approval Newsletters
March 14, 2014 U.S. Court Finds Multi-Billion Dollar Judgment Against Chevron in Ecuador Was Procured By Fraud and Is Unenforceable Newsletters
March 13, 2014 Liens Will Survive — All Goes Well for Secured Creditor When Ninth Circuit Extends Dewsnup Principles to Chapter 12 Newsletters
March 12, 2014 Open and Shut: Southern District Upholds Denial of Trustee’s Motion to Reopen Case Newsletters
March 12, 2014 USGS Study Could “Shake Up” the Discussion of Fracking and Earthquakes Newsletters
March 11, 2014 Federal Court Allows Claims Against Branded Drug Maker For Injuries Caused By Generic Pill Newsletters
March 11, 2014 Foreign Bitcoin Exchanges and Chapter 15 Newsletters
March 10, 2014 The U.S. Supreme Court Hears Halliburton II Securities Enforcement and Litigation Alert
March 7, 2014 The Supreme Court Says, “No Need to Spare the Rod, but Don’t Spoil the Fraudulent Debtor’s Exemptions Either” Newsletters
March 6, 2014 Distributions to Cash Out Shareholders of Target Company in an LBO are Subject to Fraudulent Transfer Lawsuits in State Court Newsletters
March 6, 2014 Italian Court Decision Raises Confusion About Promotion Of Off-Label Drug Use Newsletters
March 5, 2014 Health Insurer to Bankruptcy Trustee: I’d Prefer You Not Avoid That Transfer Newsletters
March 2014 Summaries for Weil’s FCA Watch – March 2014 False Claims Act Watch
March 4, 2014 FDA, White House Announce Sweeping Food Label Changes Newsletters
March 4, 2014 Landlord Tries “To Be an Optimist About This” In Arguing Sections 365 and 503 Apply to Guarantor of Lease Obligations Newsletters
March 3, 2014 French Insolvency Law Overhaul Newsletters
March 3, 2014 LA City Council Kicks Up Dust Over Fracking, But Actual Impact Could Be Minimal Newsletters
February 27, 2014 Debtor’s Dream Home Becomes Nightmare: Bankruptcy Court Grants Relief from the Automatic Stay to Permit Foreclosure Newsletters
February 27, 2014 No Cert For You! Supreme Court Declines to Hear Whirlpool/Sears Class Certification Challenges Newsletters
February 25, 2014 California Court Requires Actual Reliance On Alleged Label Misrepresentations Newsletters
February 2014 Pre-termination Negotiations in the UK: How to Use the New Regime When Looking to Exit an Employee Employer Update
February 25, 2014 The Fraudulent-Transfer Risk of Intangible Consideration Newsletters
February 2014 Using the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act to Protect Confidential Information Employer Update
February 24, 2014 In Pari Delicto — An Auditor’s Best Friend? Newsletters
February 21, 2014 Periodic Regulatory Filings and Annual Compliance Obligations Applicable to Private Fund Sponsors Private Equity Alert
February 21, 2014 The Second Circuit Upholds Madoff Trustee’s Release of Derivative Claims Newsletters
February 20, 2014 Fisker Credit Bid Controversy Update: Hybrid Leave to Appeal Denied; Wanxiang Wins Auction; Court Approves Sale Newsletters
February 20, 2014 Whose Claim Is It Anyway? Newsletters
February 19, 2014 Lawsuit Filed to Compel New York State to Complete Final Fracking Assessment Newsletters
February 18, 2014 Patent Troll Defeats Motion to Dismiss Monopsony Claims Antitrust Update
February 14, 2014 EPA Office to Investigate Regulation of Water-Safety in Fracking, As Agency Releases Guidelines for Fracking with Diesel Newsletters
February 14, 2014 Newsworthiness Prevails in Second Circuit Fair Use Analysis Briefings
February 14, 2014 Valentine’s Day Special: Online Dating Advice For Bankruptcy Lawyers Newsletters
February 13, 2014 What Rights Do You Have If Specific Performance Is Your Only Remedy Under a Rejected Contract? Possibly None. Newsletters
February 12, 2014 Mass Tort Bankruptcies and Valuation Considerations in the Claims Estimation Process Newsletters
February 12, 2014 SEC Issues Guidance Expanding the Scope of Knowledgeable Employee Standard Private Equity Alert
February 12, 2014 Witness Preparation – Don’t Forget About Non-Verbal Responses Newsletters
February 11, 2014 Divorce and Bankruptcy May Give Spouse a Fresh Start But Not a Second Bite at the Apple Newsletters
February 11, 2014 It’s Settled: You Can Take Your Money and Run, but You Can’t Hide from Section 547(b) Newsletters
February 11, 2014 Supreme Court Soon to Analyze the Regulation of Greenhouse Gas Emissions Newsletters
February 2014 Cartel Watch Volume 2, Issue 1 Cartel Watch
February 6, 2014 Second Circuit Holds FCA’s 3-Year Tolling Clause Trumps More Defense-Friendly Statutory Notice Period Newsletters
February 6, 2014 Shoulda Coulda Woulda: Would-Be Bidders Lack Standing to Challenge the Result of an Auction in Bankruptcy Newsletters
February 5, 2014 DOJ Successful Challenge of Bazaarvoice’s Acquisition: A Reminder That Consummated Deals Are Not Immune from Section 7 Scrutiny Antitrust Update
February 5, 2014 Ninth Circuit Declines to Follow Eighth Circuit in Setting the Boundaries of the Trustee’s Turnover Power Under Section 542(a) Newsletters
February 3, 2014 Draft Wisely or Pay Dearly: The Fifth Circuit Weighs in on the Enforceability of Prepayment Premiums (Absent Prepayment) Newsletters
February 3, 2014 More Landowners Join Legal Fight To End Fracking-Moratorium in NY Newsletters
January 31, 2014 Bite Your Tongue . . . Or Wave the Flag of Absolute Judicial Privilege Newsletters
January 2014 Fifth Circuit Grants Broad Discretion to Plan Administrator Under “Arbitrary and Capricious” Standard Employer Update
January 2014 The Fifth Circuit Reverses the NLRB’s Ruling in D.R. Horton That Class-Action Waivers Contained in Mandatory Arbitration Agreements Violate the NLRA Employer Update
January 30, 2014 A Promise Plus a Right to Win a Lawsuit — How the Right to Demand Adequate Assurance (Under State Law) Attempts to Protect Contract Counterparties Newsletters
January 2014 Requirements for Public Company Boards Public Company Materials
January 29, 2014 Did I Do That? When It Comes to Affiliation, Family Matters. (So, Too, May the Definition of “Corporation.”) Newsletters
January 28, 2014 FDA Draws Criticism, Praise on Proposed Generic Drugs Rule Newsletters
January 28, 2014 ISS Announces Governance QuickScore Revamp: Verify Your Company’s Data Now Briefings
January 28, 2014 Unreasonably Small Capital Newsletters
January 27, 2014 A Recent Decision in the Fisker Case Brings New Life to the Credit Bidding Debate Newsletters
January 24, 2014 The Fifth Circuit Provides a New Year’s Gift–Clear Guidance on Whether Covenants “Run with the Land” Newsletters
January 23, 2014 Ignoring Its Own Precedent, Seventh Circuit Refuses to Allow Tax Lien to Ride Through Chapter 13 Case Newsletters
January 23, 2014 New Governance Rules for New York Not-for-Profit Corporations – It’s Time to Prepare Briefings
January 22, 2014 Dispelling the Myths of Side A Directors and Officers Insurance Securities Enforcement and Litigation Alert
January 22, 2014 FDA Won’t Get Involved In “Natural” Wars: Back To Basics For Defendant Manufacturers Newsletters
January 22, 2014 It’s (Postpetition) Payback Time in the Third Circuit: Payments to a Creditor After a Bankruptcy Filing Should Not Be Considered When Applying the New Value Defense to a Preference Newsletters
January 22, 2014 Supreme Court Resolves Circuit Conflict on Removal of Parens Patriae Suits Under CAFA Antitrust Update
January 21, 2014 Another American Hustle: Actos Court Allows Expert to Offer “Fraud-on-the-FDA” Opinions Newsletters
January 21, 2014 FTC Increases HSR Act Filing Thresholds and Interlocking Directorate Thresholds Antitrust Update
January 17, 2014 Texas Supreme Court Considers Water Rights and Fracking Newsletters
January 17, 2014 The Supreme Court’s Decision in DaimlerChrysler AG and the Importance of Home Newsletters
January 16, 2014 FDA Releases New Social Media Guidance for Pharma and Biotech Newsletters
January 16, 2014 Got Milk? Apparently Not Enough for This Dairy Producer. Court Denies Confirmation Because Plan Not Feasible. Newsletters
January 15, 2014 Burton R. Lifland: In Memoriam Newsletters
January 14, 2014 Are You There, Chief Justice Roberts? It’s Us, the Bankruptcy Courts Newsletters
January 14, 2014 ISS Releases FAQs: New Defensive Bylaw May Lead to Negative Vote Recommendations in Director Elections Briefings
January 14, 2014 More than a Machine: “Robocop” Stole the Headlines, but the Financial Reporting and Audit Task Force Is the Real Driver behind the SEC’s Refocus on Accounting Irregularities Securities Enforcement and Litigation Alert
January 14, 2014 Oklahoma Federal Court Decides Motion to Dismiss in Suit Relating to Transportation and Disposal of Fracking Fluids Newsletters
January 13, 2014 Calling a Spade a Spade: Judge Refuses to Issue a Stay Pending Appeal of 363 Sale “on the Basis of Smoke and Mirrors” Newsletters
January 13, 2014 Texas Taking Closer Look At Any Link Between Earthquakes and Energy Production Newsletters
January 10, 2014 California Federal Court Denies Cert in Ben & Jerry’s “All Natural” Label Suit Newsletters
January 10, 2014 No Leg to Stand On: Section 362(k) of the Bankruptcy Code is No Exception to Standing Requirements Newsletters
January 9, 2014 Battle Over Fracking in Pennsylvania Becomes a State Constitutional Controversy Newsletters
January 9, 2014 No Trustee, No Debtor in Possession: What Happens When a Receiver Has Sole Control Over Property of the Estate? Newsletters
January 8, 2014 Common-Law Cramdown: The Prohibition on Undue Risk Shifting Newsletters
January 7, 2014 Despite Lack of Value, Seventh Circuit Permits Nonrecourse Secured Lender to Assert Deficiency Claim Newsletters
January 7, 2014 Eleventh Circuit Prohibits Qui Tam FCA Claims Against “An Arm Of The State” Newsletters
January 6, 2014 Texas Court Dismisses Antitrust Claims Based on Trademark Enforcement Threat Antitrust Update
December 31, 2013 2013 Was Another “Banner Year” for False Claims Act Suits Newsletters
December 30, 2013 California Court Prevents A Treater from Becoming a Causation Expert Newsletters
December 27, 2013 In a Potential First, Health Supplement False Ad Suits Consolidated Into MDLs Newsletters
December 19, 2013 Developments for Q4 2013 Cartel Watch
December 19, 2013 In the Third Circuit, Not Even Copperfield Could Create an Agreement to Arbitrate Out of Thin Air Newsletters
December 19, 2013 No Medical Monitoring Without Injury In New York Newsletters
December 18, 2013 “Robocop” on the Beat: What the SEC’s New Financial Reporting and AQM Initiative May Mean for Public Companies Briefings
December 18, 2013 FDA Takes On Antibacterial Soaps Newsletters
December 18, 2013 When “Fashionably Late” Doesn’t Pay Off – How Section 1141(a) Closes the Door on Recovery Under the “Common Fund” Doctrine Newsletters
December 17, 2013 California Judge Nixes Class Suit Over Non-Naturally Raised Meats Newsletters
December 2013 How Moldy Washing Machines Are Putting a Damper on Comcast Class Action Monitor
December 17, 2013 Litigation Relating to Fracking Fluid “Secret Brew” Continues in Wyoming Newsletters
December 17, 2013 Objecting to 363 Sale Orders Free and Clear of Interests: Speak Promptly or Forever Hold Your Peace Newsletters
December 13, 2013 Cramdown Matrix Update: The Well-Adjusted Interest Rate Newsletters
December 13, 2013 European Commission adopts changes to merger control regime Antitrust Update
December 13, 2013 With Dismissal Of Failure To Warn Lawsuit, District Court Sets Limits On Duty Owed Newsletters
December 12, 2013 A Matter of Time: Delaware Bankruptcy Court Considers the Proper Date to Determine Secured Status in Preference Actions Newsletters
December 11, 2013 Post-Vitro, SDNY Bankruptcy Court Approves Recognition Order Seeking Enforcement of Third Party Releases Newsletters
December 11, 2013 Second Circuit Ruling Shines Light on Confusion About Admiralty Law and Economic Damages Newsletters
December 2013 The Trade Secret Exception to California’s Ban on Employee Non-competition and Non-solicitation Agreements After Edwards v. Arthur Andersen LLP Employer Update
December 2013 Use of Conviction Data in Hiring Determinations Employer Update
December 2013 Requirements for Public Company Boards Public Company Materials
December 10, 2013 Triangular Setoff: When It Comes to Securities Contracts, It Still Takes Two—and Only Two—to Tango Newsletters
December 7, 2013 Increased Oversight Of Compounding Pharmacies Newsletters
December 5, 2013 Balancing Act, Part II: Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals Affirms Bankruptcy Court’s Decision in Qimonda Newsletters
December 5, 2013 SEC Issues Guidance on Regulation D "Bad Actor" Rules Newsletters
December 4, 2013 Heads Up for 2014 Proxy Season: Nasdaq Amends Compensation Committee Independence Requirements – Again SEC Disclosure & Corporate Governance Alert
December 4, 2013 Massachusetts Lawmakers Propose 10-Year “Moratorium” on Fracking Newsletters
December 4, 2013 The Disinterested Creditor: Bankruptcy Court Authorizes Retention of Counsel Despite Prepetition Claim against the Debtor Newsletters
December 3, 2013 SEC’s Second Annual Report Summarizing Whistleblower Program Shows Little Change Securities Enforcement and Litigation Alert
December 2, 2013 Recent FCA Developments: Plastic Pipe Case Goes To A Jury and Anti-Fungals Case Dismissed Newsletters
December 2, 2013 The Debate Continues: Can Creditors Enforce the Automatic Stay? Newsletters
November 27, 2013 All My Alter Egos Live in Texas . . . Newsletters
November 27, 2013 Heads Up for 2014 Proxy Season: ISS Updates Proxy Voting Policies, Requests Peer Group Changes by December 9 SEC Disclosure & Corporate Governance Alert
November 26, 2013 Shifting Assets, Shifting Burdens: “Indirect Benefits” and the Burden of Production in Fraudulent Transfer Cases Newsletters
November 25, 2013 A Victory for Daubert in Delaware Newsletters
November 22, 2013 California Court Emphasizes Lenient Pleading Standard For Consumer Protections Law Newsletters
November 22, 2013 The Whirlpool/Sears Class Certification Saga Continues Newsletters
November 21, 2013 Original Issue Discount Claims Arising from Fair Market Value Debt Exchanges: No Longer Fair Game for Disallowance? Newsletters
November 21, 2013 Senate Passes Criminal Antitrust Whistleblower Bill Antitrust Update
November 20, 2013 Third Circuit Holds that Transferred Trade Claims Remain Subject to Disallowance under Section 502(d) Newsletters
November 19, 2013 Just How Ordinary is Ordinary? Raising the “Ordinary Course of Business” Defense to Preference Actions in One-Off Transactions Newsletters
November 19, 2013 Supreme Court to Evaluate 1988 Levinson Decision Newsletters
November 18, 2013 Environmental Group Barred From Using Clean Water Act Loophole to Sue Mining Company Newsletters
November 18, 2013 Scheduled Creditors Beware! One Court Surprisingly Says You Are Ineligible to Vote on a Chapter 11 Plan If You Fail to File a Proof of Claim Newsletters
November 15, 2013 FDA Proposes Rule That Would Undo Mensing, Increase Generic-Drug Maker Failure-to-Warn Exposure Newsletters
November 15, 2013 Valuing Secured Claims: The Importance of Credible Testimony and Postpetition Rents Newsletters
November 14, 2013 A Debtor’s Cries for Separate Classification of Garden Variety Unsecured Claim Fall on Deaf Ears Newsletters
November 13, 2013 Claim Disallowance and Lien Avoidance: A Distinction with a Difference Newsletters
November 13, 2013 Pennsylvania Federal Court Dismisses Claims Relating to Fracking Fluid “Secret Brew” Newsletters
November 12, 2013 The Curious Case of Authority to File a Bankruptcy Petition Newsletters
November 11, 2013 Fourth Circuit Affirms Dismissal of Claims in Natural Gas Drilling Case Newsletters
November 11, 2013 Under New HSR Rules, More Licenses in the Pharmaceutical Industry Likely Will Be Reportable Antitrust Update
November 8, 2013 Playing the CAFA Game Newsletters
November 8, 2013 Unpredictable Preemption: New Jersey Bankruptcy Court Says Bankruptcy Code (Sometimes) Trumps State Rules on Collection of Prepetition Fees Newsletters
November 7, 2013 Thanks for the Help, But We Are Not Going to Pay You Newsletters
November 7, 2013 The Co-operative Bank – an update Newsletters
November 6, 2013 American Arbitration Association (AAA) releases Optional Appellate Arbitration Rules, effective November 1, 2013 Briefings
November 6, 2013 It’s Electric! Boogie Woogie Woogie (But It’s Not a Good) – Delaware Bankruptcy Court S(l)ides With Courts Ruling That Electricity Not a “Good” for Purposes of Section 503(b)(9) of the Bankruptcy Code Newsletters
November 6, 2013 Social Media and Regulation FD in a Post-Netflix World Public Company Materials
November 6, 2013 Study Examines FDA’s Expedited Approval of New Drugs Newsletters
November 5, 2013 The Statutory Definition of “Insolvent” – Part Two – Chapter 9 Debtors Newsletters
November 4, 2013 Lessons in Language: Delaware Bankruptcy Court Weighs In on the Treatment of Tax Refunds Under Tax Sharing Agreements Newsletters
November 1, 2013 Pretty as a Picture Newsletters
November 2013 U.S. Comparison of Corporate Governance Principles and Guidelines Public Company Materials
October 31, 2013 Don’t Invoke the Ghost of Anna Nicole Lightly: Ninth Circuit Summarily Rejects Undeveloped Challenge to Bankruptcy Courts’ Constitutional Authority Newsletters
October 30, 2013 Another Consumer Fraud Action Targeting Glucosamine Chondroitin Supplements Filed Newsletters
October 30, 2013 District Court Says Baker’s Union Can’t Have Its Cake and Eat it Too When it Comes to Pension Contributions Newsletters
October 30, 2013 The Statutory Definition of “Insolvent” – Part One Newsletters
October 28, 2013 Our Northern Neighbor Newsletters
October 25, 2013 China Continues to Demonstrate Its Merger Control Prowess Antitrust Update
October 25, 2013 Learned Intermediary Doctrine: Sometimes Doing Nothing is Better than Doing Something Newsletters
October 25, 2013 You’re Insolvent, but Not That Insolvent Newsletters
October 24, 2013 No Holding Back Strumpf’s Administrative Hold Newsletters
October 24, 2013 Vague Medical Monitoring Claim For Alleged “Lung Damage” Dismissed With Prejudice Newsletters
October 23, 2013 Don’t Designate – Compensate! Court Rules that Designation Is Only Warranted Within the Four Corners of the Bankruptcy Code Newsletters
October 23, 2013 Pharmaceutical manufacturers targeted for misleadingly sized packaging Newsletters
October 2013 Requirements for Public Company Boards Public Company Materials
October 22, 2013 “Call Me [a Good,] Maybe” Newsletters
October 22, 2013 Ohio Decision Expands Personal Immunity for Physicians At State University Hospitals Newsletters
October 22, 2013 Supreme Court to Resolve Circuit Split as to Availability of Laches Defense to Copyright Infringement Claim Briefings
October 21, 2013 California's Three New Privacy and Data Breach Laws – Including 'Do Not Track' Disclosure Antitrust Update
October 21, 2013 David Blass Answers Questions with Respect to Broker-Dealer Registration of Private Fund Advisers Private Equity Alert
October 21, 2013 Nine Years Later and We Are Still Peering Through the Muck: Are LLC Membership Agreements Property Interests or Executory Contracts? Newsletters
October 21, 2013 No “Do Over” For NY Health Study on Fracking Newsletters
October 21, 2013 Supreme Court Accepts Cert on Six “Greenhouse Gas” Petitions Newsletters
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