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By Stephen Brodsky
Like domestic arbitration, international arbitration is a private form of binding dispute resolution before a neutral decision maker or tribunal predicated on party agreement
By Leslie Berkoff, William Henrich
The bankruptcy courts have been continuously at the forefront of the many courts embracing mediation as a tool to resolve disputes.
By Leslie Berkoff
Functus Officio is a Latin term meaning that once the purpose of the task at hand is completed, there is no further force or authority to undertake any further measures. When applied to arbitrations
By Laurie B. Kazenoff
It is no surprise, in light of tightened budgets and concerns about low staffing, that the Internal Revenue Service recently announced a development
By Terese Arenth
With the growing use and popularity of the internet, more and more people and businesses have made the leap into cyberspace to sell, advertise, or promote their company, name, products, or services.
By Michael J. Schwab
In the United States trademark rights are derived from the use of the trademark in commerce.
By Henry Goldberg, Robert Fryman
Construction project trust funds, pursuant to Article 3-A of New York's Lien Law, are all monies received by a general contractor or subcontractor on a project.
By Michelle Espey
On April 25, 2019, acting on the authority of South Dakota v. Wayfair, 585 U.S. ___ (2018), California Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law Assembly Bill (AB) No. 147.
By Leslie Berkoff
On 29 January 2019, Judge Martin Glenn, of the Southern District of New York (SDNY) Bankruptcy Court, in the case of ENNIA Caribe Holding,
By Terese Arenth
Promotions such as sweepstakes and contests are frequently conducted by businesses on a social media platform and often require an entrant to submit and post a photo,
By Robert Schonfeld
Can a landlord be held liablefor failing to take prompt action to address a racially hostile housing environment created by one tenant targeting another,
By Robert Schonfeld
Can a landlord be held liablefor failing to take prompt action to address a racially hostile housing environment created by one tenant targeting another,
By Michelle Espey
Rev. Rul. 57-464 and Rev. Rul. 57-492 have recently been suspended pending completion of a study by the Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service concerning the five-year,
By Henry Goldberg, Robert Fryman
This is the first of a two part article regarding bidding controversies. This first segment will address the issue of bid mistakes. Part II will address the broader topic of bid protests.
By Jonathan Trafimow, Joan B. Lopez
On March 18, 2019, pursuant to amendments to the NYCHRL, New York City employers with four or more employees will be required to:
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