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By John Freedman, Daphne Morduchowitz, Vincent Sama
New York courts have taken varying positions in three recent decisions addressing whether defendants in Securities Act of 1933
By Joel Greenberg, Sara Adler
As part of its initiative to modernize and simplify the disclosure requirements of Regulation S-K, as contemplated by the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act
By Simon Firth
On 31 July 2019 the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) issued its final guidance on cryptoassets (the Guidance) following its consultation on draft guidance earlier in the year.
By John Schmidt
The FDF believes that such a no deal Brexit will lead to supply disruptions.
By Martin Weger, Nils Kürten
Our Advisory explores the potential impact of the German government's draft amendment to the real estate transfer tax law.
By Peter Levitas, Sonia Kuester Pfaffenroth, Dylan Young
For years the technology sector has received significant antitrust scrutiny, but that scrutiny has increased markedly in recent months. Legislators and political candidates are focusing on leading
By Sebastian Jungermann
n this lecture on antitrust compliance and manager liability—organized by Helaba, BaFin, Deutsche Bundesbank and the 266th Financial Management
By Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP
ASHINGTON, D.C. — Today, a refugee mother and son filed legal claims against the U.S. government for the cruel treatment, and subsequent trauma.
By Manvin Mayell
The court first ruled that not everything on the internet qualifies as news media.
By Matthew J. Oster, Christian D. Sheehan
As usual, the Q3 numbers were driven mainly by a handful of large recoveries—mostly from the pharmaceutical industry.
By Kathleen C. Cooperstein, Craig D. Margolis
The district court agreed with the defendant across the board, and on Wednesday of last week, so did the Eleventh Circuit.
By Kenneth Chernof, John D. Lombardo, Daphne Morduchowitz, Mark Sokolow, Danielle M. Weiner, Paul Beavers, Michael S. Bullerman, Tommy Huynh, Michael Kientzle, Colleen Lima
In June, the US Supreme Court held in Knick v. Township of Scott that property owners may file an inverse condemnation claim in federal court as long as they base their claim on the Fifth Amendment.
By Dori Hanswirth
ntellectual Property partner Dori Hanswirth, who co-leads the firm's Technology, Media and Telecommunications industry group,
By Daniel Hawke
Recent U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission enforcement actions charging senior lawyers at Apple and SeaWorld
By Hans-Joachim Fritz
Dr. Fritz's interview explores the potential synergistic effects that companies can receive from combining an "Agile" approach to generating output with "Matrix" organizational structures.
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