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By Edmund J. Zaharewicz
New York's Attorney General issued a report on its recent investigation of fees charged by actively managed equity mutual funds and a metric known as "Active Share."
By Carlton Fields
This Week's Florida Appeals (Week of July 9-13, 2018)
By Adriana Gardella
It's an unusually comprehensive and meticulously-prepared resource.
By Benjamin E. Stearns
We previously reported on the Texas Legislature's passage in 2017 of Senate Bill 1070, which reduced collateral requirements for foreign reinsurers in order for domestic insurers to receive
By Jason Kairalla, Jillian Orticelli
The Western District of Pennsylvania denied the plaintiff's post-trial motion.
By Laura M. Wall
The New Jersey federal district court judge remanded the action. In state court, AXA again moved to dismiss, this time successfully.
By Thaddeus Ewald
The pace of developments in the unclaimed life insurance benefits space remained active in the first six months of 2018, with new judicial decisions and state legislative enactments making an impact.
By Brooke Patterson, Clifton Gruhn
The City issued almost 50,000 citations under the ordinance, with an overwhelming majority of those cited simply paying the fine and, only 378 individuals appealing.
By Joseph Lang Jr.
In 2017, the Eighth Circuit reversed the certification of a settlement class in the Target 2013 security breach litigation. See In re Target Corp.
By Jill Sarnoff Riola
Last week, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear a case that should resolve the longstanding question of whether a plaintiff may bring a copyright infringement claim only after it has received a registration for copyright in the work allegedly infringed, or if it can bring the claim if it has merely filed an application to register the copyright
By Natalie A. Napierala, Gabriella S. Paglieri, Laura M. Wall
As a result, the Supreme Court appointed an amicus curiae, New York appellate attorney Anton Metlitsky, to defend the SEC's prior position.
By Gail Jankowski
In March, the SEC sanctioned the investment advisers of two funds supporting variable insurance contracts for inadequate disclosure about the funds' recalls of loaned portfolio securities...
By Thaddeus Ewald
The SEC staff issued an April 12 letter addressing broker-dealer contracts with third-party recordkeeping service providers under which the service provider can delete or discard records of a broker-dealer who fails...
By Gary Cohen
The SEC has reported to Congress that it expects the Division of Investment Management (IM) to provide comments at a slower pace during the 2018 and 2019 fiscal years.
By Carlton Fields
U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals
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