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By Liisa Thomas
Israel's investment industry has been reported as growing, and not surprisingly it has received interest from the Israeli Securities Authority.
By Thomas Monahan
During her annual State of Our Judiciary speech on February 26, 2019, Chief Judge Janet DiFiore announced that the Commercial Division would be expanding to Bronx County.
By Keahn Morris, John S. Bolesta
The circumstances under which an asset buyer has a duty to bargain with an incumbent union may be changing.
By Liisa Thomas
For these reasons, a monetary penalty of £40,000 was deemed sufficient.
By Liisa Thomas
Around the same time, the CNIL sought input on proposed regulations, which have now been adopted.
By James Gatto
The use of blockchain (or distributed ledger) technology for games (a.k.a blockchain games) and token-based digital collectibles is on the rise.
By Jeralin Cardoso, John F. Golembesky
At least that was the central theme we observed at the annual meeting of the American Medical Group Association held from March 27-30, 2019.
By Reid Whitten, Lisa Mays
A wave is coming. An enormous wave of regulation will soon crash on Silicon Valley, Boston and other tech centres around the United States, and very few people have their surfboards ready.
By Reid Whitten, J. Scott Maberry
Technology investment is getting harder. A few years ago, strategic and private equity technology acquisitions, multinational joint venture creation, and cross-border R&D collaboration were not only relatively straightforward, ...
By Reid Whitten
The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States, CFIUS, is the U.S. government agency that conducts national security reviews of foreign direct investment in the United States.
By Michael Scarborough, Leo Caseria, Dylan Ballard, Helen Eckert, Joy Siu
Over the last three decades, government antitrust enforcers and private plaintiffs in the United States have increasingly sought to apply U.S. antitrust laws to conduct by foreign businesses that is deemed to have effects on the U.S. economy.
By James Gatto
The Federal Trade Commission FTC has announced that it will hold a public workshop on August 7, 2019 to examine consumer protection issues related to video game "loot boxes."
By Rebecca Edelson, Seong Kim, Youngbin Son
Several states have passed new laws restricting use of nondisclosure agreements (NDAs), making it timely for companies to review their policies and practices.
By Shawn Fabian
In the aftermath of the Illinois Supreme Court's Rosenbach decision, Illinois employers have faced a wave of class action litigation filed under the Biometric Information Privacy Act ("BIPA").
By Matthew Goldman, Jordan Grushkin
In our December blog post, we discussed Texas v. United States, No. 19-10011 (5th Cir.), a Texas federal district court decision which struck down the entirety of the Affordable Care Act ("ACA").
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