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Probate Litigation Update - August, 2016
The law relating to trusts and estates is constantly evolving. To keep you updated, this newsletter reports on recent notable court decisions from Connecticut, Florida, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and New York.
United States
10 Aug 2016
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Trusts And Estates Litigation Update
The law relating to trusts and estates is constantly evolving.
United States
5 Aug 2016
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What To Expect When You're Expecting
Dina Kapur Sanna wrote about recently issued proposed regulations for the Trust & Estates Magazine, e-newsletter: "IRS Issues Proposed Regs Taxing Gifts and Bequests From Covered Expatriates."
United States
7 Nov 2015
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Trust & Estate Litigation Update - October 2015
The law relating to trusts and estates is constantly evolving. To keep you updated, this newsletter reports on recent notable court decisions from Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and New York.
United States
14 Oct 2015
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Fourth Circuit Enforces Arbitration Clause Over Franchisee Challenge
In a recent case involving three different challenges to an arbitration clause in a franchise agreement, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit held that the arbitration clause was enforceable despite the agreement's inclusion of (1) a class-action waiver, (2) a fee-splitting clause, and (3) a one-year limitations provision.
United States
30 May 2013
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New York Appellate Court Adopts Tooley Test To Determine Whether A Claim Is Derivative Or Direct
On August 7, 2012, the Appellate Division of the New York Supreme Court, First Department, issued a unanimous opinion in Yudell v. Gilbert, Index No. 600404/08, explicitly adopting the analytical framework used by Delaware courts, known as the "Tooley test," to determine whether a claim is derivative or direct.
United States
13 Aug 2012
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Post AT&T Mobility, New Jersey Appellate Court Rejects Class Waiver Provision Based On Contract Formation Principles
In recent years, New Jersey courts, like many others, developed a body of law that denied enforcement of class action waivers in arbitration provisions as being unconscionable and against principles of public policy in certain circumstances.
United States
16 Aug 2011
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