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By Jonathan Richman
The Amsterdam Court of Appeal denied approval of the €1.204 billion collective settlement of former Fortis (now Ageas) shareholders' claims unless the parties agree to restructure the allocation of the settlement amount ...
By Mark Theodore
As we reported last month, the DOL was considering what to do with the enjoined persuader rules, new regulations that would have drastically changed the interpretation of the advice exemption to the LMRDA reporting requirements.
By Colin Kass, Christopher Ondeck
In this video, Colin Kass and Chris Ondeck, Proskauer partners and co-chairs of the firm's Antitrust Group, provide a recap of their Antitrust Insights 2017 seminar.
By Joshua Newville, Timothy Mungovan, Anthony Drenzek
For private fund managers, the valuation of privately-held securities has been subject to heightened regulatory scrutiny.
By Lawrence Weinstein, Sarah Sullivan
Be careful not to skim over potential First Amendment challenges to commercial speech regulations in labeling cases.
By Scott Bertulli
In a recent order from the District of Massachusetts, the court granted a defendant's motion for summary judgment in a patent infringement dispute, finding the asserted patent claims invalid...
By Alexander Roan
In an ongoing patent infringement case involving patents for floor-mounted electrical outlet housings, a federal court in Connecticut recently denied a Joint Motion for a Discovery Dispute Conference, ...
By Joshua Newville, Lindsey Olson
In a world in which terrorism knows no borders, those facts are further magnified in the context of the internet age. Relevant electronic data can be stored almost anywhere, in multiple places...
By Divya Taneja
We have been writing about the biometric privacy legal landscape, which has thus far been dominated by the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act.
By Jennifer Roche
In Casiopea Bovet, LLC v. Chiang, plaintiff had obtained a default judgment against Financial Title Company in 2008.
By Anne Kim, Arnold May, Yomarie Habenicht
On June 13, 2017, the U.S. Internal Revenue Service ("IRS") and the Department of the Treasury ("Treasury") re-released proposed regulations (REG 136118-15) that provide guidance on the new centralized...
By Steven Pearlman, Edward Young
Plaintiff worked as a supervisor at the Chicago Stock Exchange's Market Regulation Trading Examinations Unit.
By Jeffrey Neuburger
Even though Washington passed its own biometric privacy law last month, and other states are currently debating their own bills, Illinois's Biometric Information Privacy Act is still the crux of biometric...
By David Grunblatt
On June 1st, the Washington Post reported that "Consular officers at U.S. embassies around the world have started more intensive vetting of some visa applicants, including asking for their social media...
By Allan Bloom
The Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit held earlier this week that a plaintiff who received at least the minimum wage and any overtime pay owed could not sue under the FLSA for withheld tips.
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