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By Nora Valenza-Frost
Sujit Ghosh, President of Open Orbit Corporation, entered into a Personal Guaranty for the "full and timely performance of and by" Open Orbit under a Retailer Agreement with DISH Network, LLC.
By Thaddeus Ewald, Kenneth A. Tinkler
Last night, Floridians voted to pass the Voting Restoration Amendment that is poised to restore voting rights to an estimated 1.5 million Floridians with prior felony convictions.
By Jeanne Kohler
GC Services Limited Partnership ("GC Services"), a debt collector hired by a bank to collect an allegedly unpaid balance on a credit card, advised plaintiff Francina Smith that it would commence a collection proceeding ...
By Thaddeus Ewald, D. Matthew Allen
The Ninth Circuit vacated a remand order implicating the local and home-state controversy exceptions to CAFA jurisdiction in a putative class action by former California resident employees of Kentucky Fried Chicken ...
By Gail Jankowski
The Hartford affiliate Sentinel Insurance Company continued its successful campaign to limit dubious claims by securing another favorable decision
By Alex B. Silverman
The Financial Stability Oversight Council ("FSOC") announced on October 17, 2018 that it has voted unanimously to rescind the designation of Prudential Financial Inc. ("Prudential") ...
By Roland Goss
We have posted a number of times on the Covered Agreement between the U.S. and the E.U. concerning the reduction of collateral requirements for reinsurance provided by reinsurers domiciled in the E.U.
By Carlton Fields
Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week Of October 29 - November 2, 2018
By Christine Stoddard, Kristin Shepard
In Tyson Foods, the Supreme Court declined to resolve the issue of whether a class may be certified if it contains members who were not injured and have no legal right to damages.
By D. Matthew Allen, Julianna Thomas McCabe
As we previously reported, courts continue to sift through the unsettled law left in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in Bristol-Myers Squibb v. Superior Court of California.
By Laura M. Wall, Kristin Shepard
As a result, federal district courts are split over whether Bristol-Myers applies to class actions.
By Carlton Fields
U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals.
By Carlton Fields
After Hurricane Sandy hit the east coast in 2012, the Army Corps of Engineers contracted with Environmental Chemical Corp. (ECC) to conduct clean up on Fire Island, New York.
By Richard Choi, Chip Lunde
On October 30, the SEC voted to propose modernized disclosures for variable annuities and variable life insurance policies, including the use of an optional summary prospectus.
By Carlton Fields
Carlton Fields represented Wellington horse owner Eugenie Redman in a U.S. district court case that could have implications far beyond the equestrian world.
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