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By Jacen Dinoff, Jonathan Friedland
Lending is increasingly a different business. The presence of new players, along with changes in the Bankruptcy Code, has caused workouts and restructurings to become much more complex.
By Richard Lutringer
Just as better ways of resolving disputes in the international arena have emerged over time, this article discusses how, in the realm of private civil disputes, the use of a mediator can minimize collateral damage while achieving positive results in record time.
Public sector construction projects typically face more difficult problems and obstacles than private sector projects. The formality of the budgeting process renders cost overruns unusually troublesome, and the realities of public administration of the projects often result in delays and claims.
Public sector construction projects typically face more difficult problems and obstacles than private sector projects. The formality of the budgeting process renders cost overruns unusually troublesome, and the realities of public administration of the project often result in delays and claims.
By Jeffrey Jacobovitz, Brian Neff
In a series of sentencing decisions—beginning with Apprendi v. New Jersey and Blakely v. Washington, and culminating in United States v. Booker —the U.S. Supreme Court prescribed fundamental changes to the legal framework governing sentencing decisions.
The lawyer who led Kirkland & Ellis’ representation of debtors like Musicland Holding Corp. and HomeLife Corp. left the firm. As of March 1, Jonathan Friedland is, once again, an attorney with Schiff Hardin LLP. Recently, Friedland spoke with us about his decision.