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By Thomas A. DeCapo, Kenneth E. Burdon
As recently noted, Saba Capital Management, L.P. (Saba) has begun to escalate its attacks on the closed-end fund asset class, at the expense of retail fund shareholders
By Boris Bershteyn, Karen Lent, Tara L. Reinhart, Zachary C. Siegler
Antitrust treatment of no-poach agreements continues to evolve as private cases progress, state attorneys general ramp up enforcement efforts
By Brian V. Breheny, Andrew J. Brady, Hagen J. Ganem, Josh LaGrange, Ryan J. Adams, Caroline S. Kim, Justin A. Kisner, Blake M. Grady
On August 8, 2019, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced proposed amendments to modernize the rules requiring description of business
By Helena J. Derbyshire, Damian R. Babic, Ashley Moss
In this issue of UK Employment Flash, we examine the latest employment law developments, news and insights from the UK, including the Court of Appeal's ruling regarding pay for fathers or other caregivers taking shared...
By Bill Batchelor, Ryan D. Junck, Keith D. Krakaur, Elizabeth Robertson, Robert W. Stirling
Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) officials who were involved in the FCA's first competition decision, Anti-Competitive Conduct in the Asset Management Sector, shared their views on the case at a Skadden-moderated Q&A session on July 2, 2019.
By Eben P. Colby, Scott D. Musoff, Marley Ann Brumme
On July 31, 2019, Judge George H. Wu of the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California released tentative findings of fact and conclusions of law
By Kenneth A. Gross, Ki P. Hong, Matthew Bobys, Melissa L. Miles, Charles M. Ricciardelli, Tyler Rosen, Theodore R. Grodek, Shayla K. Parker, Jeremy F. Regan
The next quarterly update for state contractors that is required under the Illinois pay-to-play law is due August 14, 2019.
By David E. Schwartz, Risa M. Salins
With a trio of decisions this term, the Supreme Court added to its growing body of arbitration jurisprudence. On the heels of its landmark
By James R. Carroll, Brian W. Duwe, David C. Eisman, Patrick Fitzgerald, Todd E. Freed, Marc S. Gerber, Richard J. Grossman, Michael E. Leiter, Stuart D. Levi, Amy S. Park, William Ridgway, Jason D. Russell, Mark A. Schlackman, Ivan A. Schlager, David E. Schwartz, Jennifer L. Spaziano, Ingrid Vandenborre, Donald L. Vieira, Helena J. Derbyshire, Jessica N. Cohen, Peter Luneau, James S. Talbot, Eve-Christie Vermynck
New York Enacts Two Laws Expanding Consumer Protection for Data Breaches.
By Brian V. Breheny, Adrian J. S. Deitz, Rajeev P. Duggal, Ryan J. Dzierniejko, Gregory A. Fernicola, Z. Julie Gao, Michelle Gasaway, David J. Goldschmidt, Stephan Hutter, Thomas J. Ivey, Laura A. Kaufmann Belkhayat, Jonathan Ko, Riccardo A. Leofanti, James A. McDonald, Andrea L. Nicolás, Gregg A. Noel, Michael J. Schwartz, Jonathan B. Stone, Kenji Taneda, Pranav L. Trivedi, Yossi Vebman, Dwight S. Yoo, Michael J. Zeidel
On July 12, 2019, the staff of the Division of Corporation Finance, Division of Investment Management, Division of Trading and Markets, and Office of the Chief Accountant of the SEC issued a public statement...
By Anthony J. Dreyer, Jordan Feirman, David M. Lamb, P. Anthony Sammi, James Y. Pak, Andrew K. Patrick
On April 5, 2019, the U.S. FTC announced that it will be holding a public workshop on August 7, 2019, to examine consumer protection issues related to "loot boxes" — in-game rewards players can buy while playing...
By James Anderson
Corporate Tax Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of UK, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
By Christopher W. Betts, Paloma Wang, Antony Dapiran
On 26 July 2019, The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited (HKEx) published conclusions to its consultation paper regarding backdoor listings, continuing listing criteria
By Karen L. Corman, David E. Schwartz, Helena J. Derbyshire, Philippe Despres, Risa M. Salins, Anne E. Villanueva
This edition of Employment Flash looks at developments in labor and employment law, including a Supreme Court ruling that Title VII's charge-filing requirement is nonjurisdictional
By Mark D. Young, Jonathan Marcus, Theodore M. Kneller, Daniel B. O'Connell
On July 25, 2019, the Ninth Circuit reinstated the Commodity Futures Trading Commission's (CFTC) lawsuit in CFTC v. Monex Credit Co.,1 interpreting the CFTC's Dodd-Frank enforcement
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