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By Michael Cruse, Juergen Ostertag
On November 4, 2017, Counsel Michael Cruse will present a lecture entitled "Navigating the Waters: A Primer on U.S. Immigration Regulations" at City Kinder's first annual Ich Bin Expat Fair in downtown Manhattan. Cruse will discuss the various visa categories, green card options, citizenship and current developments within the U.S. immigration landscape.
By Avram Morell
Since becoming elected, President Trump has unveiled a slew of new immigration policies which have heightened anxiety and uncertainty among attorneys, employers and immigrants in the United States.
By William L. Charron
William Charron, Co-Chair of Pryor Cashman's Art Law practice, was recently interviewed by painting conservator Milko den Leeuw for the Authentication in Art (AiA) Newsletter.
By Bertrand C. Fry
Building on its work in calculating and publishing the CME CF Bitcoin Reference Rate (BRR), CME Group has announced that it plans to launch a new cash-settled bitcoin contract ...
By Pinchus D Raice, Dustin Nofziger
"Financial institutions and their legal counsel may be surprised to learn that the New York State Department of Financial Services (DFS) asserts that financial institutions are prohibited ...
By E. Scott Schirick
The criminal trial and subsequent conviction of former HSBC foreign currency exchange (forex) executive Mark Johnson raises a host of questions for banks around the world who engage in prehedging...
By Alice Stock, Joshua Zuckerberg, LaKeisha Caton
As we advised in our May 2017 Legal Update, New York City's new law prohibiting employers from asking about a job applicant's current or prior compensation becomes effective on October 31, 2017.
By Pinchus D Raice, Dustin Nofziger
The case, Builders Bank v. FDIC, involves a novel question of law – whether the federal financial regulatory agencies' so-called "CAMELS" ratings
By Tom Ferber, Eric M. Fishman, Vino Jayaraman
Following its 2016 victory before a New Jersey federal court, TMZ Productions, Inc. has once again secured dismissal of a lawsuit claiming it committed libel ...
By Michael G. Goldberg, Felicity Kohn
In a recent article for IP Watchdog, Michael Goldberg and Felicity Kohn examined the various means of protecting branded apparel intellectual property assets.
By Jeffrey Snow
Covered business method (CBM) review - an administrative trial conducted to determine the validity of a patent - can be an attractive tool for accused patent infringers looking to challenge a patent.
By Colleen Caden, Avram Morell, Alice Stock, Michael Cruse, Kimberly Grant, Meghan Lenahan, Catherine Toner, Dina Weinstein
The United States Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS) announced that, as of October 3, 2017, it has resumed premium processing for all H-1B petitions, ...
By Colleen Caden, Avram Morell, Alice Stock, Michael Cruse, Kimberly Grant, Meghan Lenahan, Catherine Toner, Dina Weinstein
On September 24, 2017, President Trump issued a Presidential Proclamation which changes the contours of who is subject to a ban on travel to the United States.
By Jeffrey Alberts, Yvonne Saadi
A startling trend has recently emerged in the cryptocurrency industry. Since July 2017, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has regularly begun asserting itself in this space.
By E. Scott Schirick, Marion R. Harris
Tokens issued in the ICOs were purportedly backed by investments in real estate and diamonds.
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