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By Andrew DeNatale, Kenneth Pasquale, Jeffrey Uffner, Curtis Mechling, Daniel Ginsberg, Harold Olsen, Sherry Millman, Gabriel Sasson, Shahzadi Ahmed, Samuel Hurt
We are pleased to announce an update to the publication of A Guide to the Bankruptcy Law of the United States.
By Christopher Brewster, Chris Griner, Shannon Reaves, Anne W. Salladin
For years, the National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual has required Government Contracting Agencies to complete a National Interest Determination before granting access to Proscribed Information ...
By Howard Lavin, Elizabeth DiMichele, Beth Norton
The clock is ticking for all employers in the Empire State, who now have less than a month to meet stringent New York requirements for preventing sexual harassment.
By Dale Degenshein
Owners of cooperative and condominium apartments have the right to bring derivative actions against their boards.
By Mayer Greenberg, Jeffrey Uffner, Brian Diamond, Ross F. Moskowitz, Brian J. Senie
The 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act created a new incentive for investment in qualified low-income communities known as qualified opportunity zones ("QOZs").
By Ian DiBernardo, Jeffrey Mann, Julia B. Strickland, Quyen Truong, Stephen Newman
Imminent deadlines loom under both the New York Department of Financial Services' Cybersecurity Regulations for Financial Services Companies (23 NYCRR Part 500, "the Cybersecurity Regulations") ...
By Huhnsik Chung, Nicholas Secara
As we reported in our July 3, 2018 Stroock Special Bulletin, Bermuda is determined to establish itself as the jurisdiction-of-choice for FinTech entrepreneurs, in particular those involved in ICOs, digital assets...
By Howard Lavin, Beth Norton, Elizabeth DiMichele
Operators of family offices or other small businesses may not realize that they are obligated to comply with federal, state and local labor and employment laws.
By Quyen Truong
On July 31, 2018, the Treasury Department released its report on regulatory reform for financial innovation.
By Chris Griner, Anne W. Salladin, Christopher Brewster, Shannon Reaves, Gregory Jaeger, Erin Bruce Iacobucci
The House of Representatives has approved the Foreign Investment Risk Review Modernization Act of 2018, which significantly expands the scope of the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States.
By Julia B. Strickland, Brian C. Frontino, Stephen Newman, Arjun Rao, Quyen Truong
The issue of whether a predictive dialer constitutes an automatic telephone dialing system ("ATDS") under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act ("TCPA") has been a critical litigation...
By Micah Bloomfield, Ian DiBernardo, Brian J. Senie, Huhnsik Chung, Marija Pecar, Naji Massouh
Bitcoin's recent rise to fame and the growing role played by virtual currencies (i.e., "cryptocurrencies") and distributed ledger technology (e.g., the Blockchain) in a variety of areas...
By Howard Lavin, Elizabeth DiMichele, Beth Norton
As of July 18, 2018, most New York City employers will be required to grant employee requests for two temporary schedule changes per calendar year for certain covered personal events.
By Lewis Murphy
Florida's Second District Court of Appeal announced on July 13, 2018 the adoption of the review standard formulated in the Delaware Chancery Court ...
By Kevin Matz, Mayer Greenberg
The 2017 Tax Reform Act includes a new tax incentive provision that is intended to promote investment in economically-distressed communities, referred to as "Opportunity Zones."
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