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By Cheryl E. Hader, Jonathan Kane
When preparing a will, the primary emphasis is typically on the disposition of property and related tax issues.
By Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP
According to TheStreet, while traditional closed-end fund openings are decreasing recently, interval funds are on the rise ...
By Rama Douglas
A noteholder appealed, arguing, among other things, that the plan unfairly discriminated against his class of claims since other unsecured creditors in separate classes would receive 100 percent recovery.
By Michael Vatcher
The Brodskis sued, claiming that Arctic Glacier owed them the dividend.
By Andrew Pollack
The Bankruptcy Court ultimately ruled in favor of CNA, denying the Plaintiffs' motion to dismiss CNA's complaint and granting summary judgment in favor of CNA.
By Kelly E. Porcelli
This decision is based upon a series of bankruptcy cases involving OnSite.
By Pierre Storrer
Paris counsel Pierre Storrer's article "Qu'est l'encaissement de fonds pour le compte de tiers devenu ?" was published in the French publication Banque et Droit on Oct. 24, 2018
By Noëlle Lenoir, Alan Friedman, Hélène Bérion, Daniel Lennard
In the past, French law neither mandated nor provided any material incentives for companies to embrace compliance, corporate and social challenges.
By Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP
New Public Alternative Funds.
By Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP
Legal commentary on the news and events that matter most to alternative asset managers and funds.
By Kevin Scanlan
The Act also prohibits dealing in futures of motion picture box office receipts and … onions.
By Thomas Janover
As U.S. stock markets enter their 10th straight year of growth, counter-cyclical assets and those in which performance is not correlated to other market cycles are increasingly in demand.
By Hubert de Vauplane, Tristan Bonneau
After authorizing the registration and transfer of unlisted securities through distributed ledgers[1] and drafting optional regulatory frameworks for token issuances and crypto-asset trading platforms[2] ...
By Alan Friedman, Noëlle Lenoir, Arielle Warshall Katz, Daniel Lennard
On Oct. 16, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) issued an investigative report warning that public companies victimized by cyber fraud could also face enforcement action for violating federal securities laws by failing to maintain sufficient internal accounting controls.
By Robert N. Holtzman, Sarah Hanson, Christine Chu
Employers may recall our previous alert that highlighted amendments to the NYC Earned Safe and Sick Time Act, which went into effect on May 5, 2018.
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