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By Stephen Brodsky
New York is often thought of as a center for commercial arbitration, whether for straightforward contract disputes ...
By Robert M. Finkel, Laurie B. Kazenoff, Michelle Espey
On Thursday, June 21, 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court decided the South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. case, holding that internet retailers can be required to collect sales tax in
By Jonathan Trafimow, Caitlyn M. Ryan
The number of psychiatric disability discrimination claims brought under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 has been increasing significantly in recent years
By Henry Goldberg
As I have often maintained on these pages, public construction is a rough business.
By Leslie Berkoff, Stephen Breidenbach
This article will identify the various means by which third parties can easily access data, what data theft can lead to, and how several organizations, including healthcare companies...
By Jonathan Trafimow, Caitlyn M. Ryan
A recent United States Supreme Court decision regarding individualized arbitration agreements and class/collective action waivers provides opportunities for all U.S. employers, and new paid time off...
By Marc Hamroff, Robert Tils
Forum selection clauses are favored by most courts in most jurisdictions as a contractual mechanism to provide certainty with respect to where a litigation may be commenced in the event ...
By Jonathan Trafimow, Caitlyn M. Ryan
New laws from both New York State and New York City give employees additional protections from harassment and impose new obligations on employers.
By Steven Rubin, Stephen Breidenbach
By February 15, 2018, all Covered Entities, as explained below, were required to submit a signed written statement ("Notice") to the Superintendent of Financial Services (the "Superintendent...
By Steven P. Seltzer
While the legal industry has undergone dramatic shifts and changes in recent times, it is still not a very common occurrence to find a long-time inside counsel making the leap into the world of outside law firms.
By Steven Rubin
As the average cost of a data breach in the United States exceeds $7 million, companies must prepare to mitigate such an incident or close their doors.
By Steven Rubin
The Federal Circuit continues to provide much needed guidance (and relief) in interpreting patent eligibility under 35 U.S.C. §101.
By Henry Goldberg
Most contractors (GCs and subs alike) are aware of the existence of New York Lien Law Article 3-A, and that it is designed to ensure that entities who provide labor and material ...
By David Wechsler, Moira Jabir
In the 21st century, the term artist encompasses many different mediums from literary works and paintings to music, apps, audiovisual and architecture.
By Stephen Brodsky
When will an "agreement to agree" be enforceable, and when can you require another party to negotiate with you?
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