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By Manuel F. Cachán, Joshua Newville, Lee Popkin
A veil piercing claim can be a worst-case scenario for a private fund manager dealing with a struggling portfolio company investment – the company fails, and ensuing legal claims are brought not only against the portfolio company, ...
By Guy Brenner
As we previously reported, the OFCCP announced in August that it would hold three "compliance assistance" town hall meetings.
By Katrine Berger, Colleen Hart, Charles Lee, Joshua Miller
As part of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act enacted in July 2010, Congress directed the Securities and Exchange Commission to adopt pay ratio disclosure ...
By Peter Fass
Peter Fass authored an article on the Internal Revenue Service's regulations that change the partnership disguised sale rules.
By Philippa Bond
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) will allow all issuers to confidentially submit draft registration statements with the SEC in connection with their initial public offerings (IPOs).
By Joshua Newville, William Dalsen, Alexandra Bargoot
The recent IPOs of Snap, Inc. and Blue Apron indicate that while the IPO pipeline continues to flow, there may be a cautionary tale for "unicorns" – venture-backed companies with estimated...
By David Grunblatt, Mazal Gavrielov, Erica Loomba, Valarie McPherson, Brianna M. Pomatico, Jennifer Wexler
The Diversity Visa (DV) Lottery Registration for 2018 opens Tuesday, October 3, 2017.
By Jeffrey Neuburger
This week's Apple X announcement was not more than a few hours old, and the questions began to come in.
By Lloyd Chinn, Harris Mufson, Rachel Fischer
The DOL's ARB recently held that a former employee of Exelis Systems Corporation who was employed in Afghanistan could bring a SOX claim even though he worked exclusively outside of the United States.
By Jeffrey Neuburger
This week's Apple X announcement was not more than a few hours old, and the questions began to come in. Apple's introduction of Face ID facial recognition on its new phone...
By Julio Mendez
In a recent patent infringement case relating to a method for diagnosing a neuro-muscular disorder, Judge Indira Talwani in the District of Massachusetts found the asserted patent claims to be patent ineligible...
By Steven Pearlman, Marissa A Mastroianni
The Northern District of New York recently denied a Rule 12(b)(6) motion to dismiss a former employee's Dodd-Frank whistleblower retaliation claim, finding that the plaintiff sufficiently alleged....
By Mark Theodore
One of the fundamental pillars of any remedy doled out by the NLRB is the agency's requirement that the employer (or union) post a "Notice to Employees," a bright blue poster detailing the misdeeds...
By Stephen Pevsner, Robert Gaut, Catherine Sear
This decision concluded that such shares are OSC.
By Damian A. Myers
After health care reform efforts failed in late-Spring/early-Summer, things have been quiet.
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