M&A transactions involving de-SPACed companies present unique issues. We highlight key considerations in advising a client pursuing such a transaction.
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It's crucial to understand what inferred data is as regulators begin to ask to what extent privacy and intellectual property laws ought to apply to it.
In January 2022, the Federal Reserve Board released its paper on a potential U.S. central bank digital currency. This article reviews the paper and subsequent developments.
The 2022 amendments to the Delaware General Corporation Law address several significant topics, including the personal liability of senior corporate officers under Section 102(b)(7).
Doomsday Preppers, Rules Edition: The Judicial Conference Introduces New Bankruptcy Rule 9038, Permitting More Flexibility During Emergency Situations
Bankruptcy Rule 9038, set to go into effect in December of 2023, creates a more centralized mechanism to expand rules deadlines in emergency situations.
2021 was an interesting year from a bankruptcy standpoint. We saw reduced filings, Supreme Court decisions, and continued proof of claim litigation.
The plan to amend Federal Rule of Evidence 702, the rule that governs admissibility of expert witness testimony, is progressing toward fruition.
It is important for business lawyers to consider how the possible change of control of one or both houses of Congress will affect their lives.
Supreme Court Business Review: Significant Cases in the October 2021 Term and Preview of the October 2022 Term
Although the subject matters of the business cases in the U.S. Supreme Court's October 2021 Term varied widely, some themes can be discerned in the docket.
Plaintiff lawyers can use structured legal fees, which can allow tax-free compounding, defer taxes, and help build a solid financial plan.
Five digital marketing tips that can help you grow your law practice. Discover your firm’s competitive advantage now.
Who Is the Client? And Other Legal Ethics and Risk Management Questions Your General Counsel Hopes You Can Answer or Know to Ask
Ethics compliance and risk management in law firms and in-house legal departments start with issue spotting.
The FDA Safety and Landmark Advancements Act of 2022 (FDASLA), introduced in May, contains provisions about importing prescription drugs from Canada & more.
A lawyer business development coach discusses factors to consider when choosing a professional organization to join and ways to maximize engagement.
Increasing pressure for transparency on climate risk, social justice, and corporate governance now make ESG risk due diligence a must in M&A deals.
Business Litigation & Dispute Resolution Month-in-Brief update, September 2022: AAA Amends Commercial Arbitration Rules, Del. Court of Chancery Provides New Guidance for Seeking Interim Distributions…
Business Regulation & Regulated Industries Month-in-Brief update, September 2022: Third Circuit Rules the FCRA Waives U.S. Sovereign Immunity, FHFA Announces Comprehensive Review of the Federal Home…
Legal Opinions & Ethics Month-in-Brief update, September 2022: Need Court Approval for Withdrawal and Court Won’t Act? Consider Mandamus.
Mergers & Acquisitions Law Month-in-Brief update, September 2022: SPAC Extensions Create D&O Insurance Riddles.
Securities Law Month-in-Brief update, September 2022: SEC Chief Accountant Addresses Use of Non-Local Auditors to Avoid HFCAA, SEC Adopts JOBS Act Inflation Adjustments, SEC Adds New Industry Offices…