Work is nearing completion on proposed amendments to the UCC to address a limited set of transactions largely involving emerging technologies.
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Based on 32 private equity deals with transaction values greater than €10 million in 2020 & 2021, we highlight trends in the Spanish private equity market.
This article explores how conflict of law between the narrow federal landscape and expansion of state cannabis laws has created business law complications.
Telehealth: The Legal and Regulatory Issues Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic and the Return to Pre-Pandemic Life
Once COVID-19 concerns dissipate, adjustments are needed to ensure telehealth infrastructures are suitable for long-term, widescale dissemination.
While it is clear the Model Rules and rules of professional conduct in most states apply to in-house attorneys, how they actually apply is not always clear.
Reimagining what lawyers can do to advance business and the rule of law, CAMINNOS Soc. Civ. is testing and developing novel approaches.
As the use of captive insurance companies continues to grow, one issue businesses may face is whether to incorporate cells within a captive cell program.
Perhaps the most recent, bold expression of social justice issues in sports litigation is Brian Flores’s lawsuit alleging rampant discrimination in NFL hiring.
The Snowball Effect: How a Workers' Compensation Claim Can Create Crossover Liability for Employers and Ways to Mitigate Exposure
In California, workers’ comp claims sometimes lead to crossover employment actions or even Cal/OSHA cases stemming from the same facts and circumstances.
A March 31, 2022, panel discussion will consider the evolution of ESG reporting, from philanthropic CSR acts to required disclosure & regulatory focus.
The Evolution of the Payments Ecosystem: A Recap of the Panel “Payments Link: Rails, Platforms and Deals” at the 2021 Business Law Virtual Section Annual Meeting
The payments ecosystem is experiencing robust growth, amplifying certain trends such as shifting to omnichannel and contactless payments.
For a successful mediation, you need to decide where your bottom line is and arm the negotiating team with enough authority to get there.
Southern District of New York and Eastern District of Virginia Curtail the Use of Non-Consensual Third-Party Releases in Plans of Reorganization
In recent months, two courts expressed disapproval of the use of non-consensual third-party releases in plans of reorganization, in a significant shift.
The mechanics for deducting employment, whistleblower, and civil rights legal fees have been improved, at long last, starting with 2021 tax returns.
The 2022 Law Firms Activity Report ranked firms across 16 federal practice areas over the last 3 years, revealing which filed and defended the most cases.
April 2022 Business Litigation & Dispute Resolution updates: Supreme Court Restricts the Ability of Federal Courts to Confirm or Vacate Arbitral Awards in Badgerow v.
April 2022 Business Regulation & Regulated Industries updates: Computer-Security Incident Notification Requirements for Banks Become Effective, CFPB Releases Report on Payday Borrower Fees and Extend…
April 2022 Mergers & Acquisitions Law updates: SPAC Strikes Back—Dune Acquisition Corporation filed a complaint against TradeZero Holding Corp, its acquisition target, alleging TradeZero fraudulently…
April 2022 Securities Law updates: PCAOB Disciplines Big Four Partner for Failure to Supervise, SEC Proposes Enhanced Disclosures and Investor Protections for SPACs, and more.