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Though the need to respond to a Hart-Scott-Rodino Second Request can be daunting, there are solutions that allow you to be as proactive as possible.
“No registration” and legend removal opinions are often needed for all types of public companies, but for a former SPAC they present specific problems.
Breaking Deadlock: The Advantages of Using a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Trustee as an Alternative to Seeking the Appointment of a State Court Receiver
In contrast to an often prolonged receivership action, putting a company in a Chapter 7 proceeding can be an expedient way to break a management deadlock.
A securitization is a transaction in which a sponsor or originator obtains funding by causing a special purpose entity to issue securities backed by (and paid from) the proceeds of financial assets.
To monetize a company’s intellectual property, the first step is creating or enhancing a patent development program.
Many aspects of copyright law do not have a straightforward answer. In the second part of this series, we try to dispel certain copyright misconceptions.
Responses to privacy in competition assessments range from viewing privacy as a non-economic matter to viewing it as integral to the economic bargain.
As SPACs continue evolving to mitigate associated risks while capitalizing on benefits, convergence of conventional & innovative deal structures will ensue.
Big news: On Jan 27, 2022, the Delaware Legislature passed legislation designed to make captive insurance a viable alternative to traditional D&O insurance.
Financial institutions must address the risks of digital targeted marketing; even unintentional exclusion of protected classes raises fair lending concerns.
Reporting companies will be required to submit identifying information of owners and participants in the businesses' formation and domestic registration.
The Illinois Appellate Court’s Second District recently held mortgage lenders must strictly comply with HUD regulations on face-to-face meetings with defaulting borrowers, but this conflicts with HUD…
Parties often assume litigation is their only option if they have not elected for arbitration or mediation before a dispute, but this is not the case.
A new kind of communication will foster worker buy-in to small changes that will, over time, lead to more democratic, inclusive firm communications.
The protocol is a set of governing principles M&A lawyers can rely on to ensure documents are effectively reviewed, executed and delivered digitally.
February 2022 Business Litigation & Dispute Resolution updates: Landmark Bill Prohibits Employers from Mandating Arbitration of Sexual Harassment Claims; Delaware Court of Chancery Applies Entire Fai…
February 2022 Business Regulation & Regulated Industries: CFPB to Focus on Lender Practices and Consumer Outcomes for Auto Loans, IRS Updates Guidance on New Schedules K-2 and K-3 for Tax Year 2021,…
February 2022 Corporations, LLCs & Partnerships law updates: Delaware Court Interprets Advance Notice Bylaws Under General Principles of Contract Interpretation; Terms of Stockholders Agreement Did N…
February 2022 Internet Law & Cybersecurity updates: Fourth Circuit Upholds Warrantless Search of Cell Phone Data, Citing Exigent Circumstances; Biometric Information Privacy Act – Critical Interactio…
February 2022 Securities Law updates: SEC Proposes Modernization of Beneficial Ownership Reporting: Amendments to Schedules 13D and 13G; SEC Proposes New Whistleblower Rule Amendments.