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By Irwin Kishner
If you open the history books, you'll see that nascent eSports leagues are not unlike the early Big Four North American leagues, which were volatile places where commercially viable teams...
By Douglas Heller
A recent amendment to New York's Business Corporation Law, set to go into effect on January 1, 2018...
By Stephen B. Selbst
On September 18, Toys "R" Us filed a chapter 11 petition in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia; it also filed for bankruptcy protection for its Canadian operations.
By John St. Jeanos
In the bygone days of pure non-recourse financing, if a borrower was unable or failed to perform its obligations under the mortgage loan documents, lenders would look solely to the underlying collateral for the recovery...
By Jason Kleinman, Barbara Lawrence, Katy Donlan
New legislation, effective as of April 2017, dramatically increases the likelihood that entity-owned, personal property will become subject to New York's use tax once used in the state.
By Mitchell Korbey, Eldad Gothelf
A recent rule change by the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development will significantly impact the development of residential projects.
By Michael Smith
The most successful marriages are combinations that benefit both individuals. So it goes in a zoning lot merger, which is like a marriage between New York City properties.
By Barry Werbin
In a significant decision issued on Friday, Judge Denise Cote granted summary judgment in favor of the class action plaintiff organizations against the owners of the publishing rights to..
By Stephen Jacobs, Ronald Levine, Richard Morris, Barry Werbin, Erica L. Markowitz
Equifax made headlines last week when it announced that, beginning in late spring, it became the latest in a string of large corporations to be victimized by a cybersecurity attack.
By Ronald Levine, K. Heather Robinson
Genetic technologies have been a presence in United States courtrooms for decades. In 1987, Tommie Lee Andrews became the first person in the United States to be convicted of a crime...
By Irwin Kishner, Daniel Etna, Barry Werbin
In this edition of Herrick's Sports Law Update, we delve into the due diligence aspects of eSports investments, updates from our clients Legends Hospitality
By Howard R. Elisofon, Arthur Jakoby, Halimah Famuyide
On August 23, the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit affirmed the high-profile insider trading conviction of SAC Capital Advisor LP manager Matthew Martoma.
By Howard R. Elisofon, Arthur Jakoby, Rebecca L. Newman
On August 7, 2017, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals upheld commodities trader Michael Coscia's conviction for spoofing and commodities fraud.
By Louis Tuchman, Olga Bogush
Since it was issued by the IRS in 1991, controversial Revenue Ruling 91-32 has guided the structuring of foreign investment in the U.S. Under the ruling
By Stephen Brodie, Tzvi Weisz
Because of the supremacy of federal law, many bankers and other professionals assume that federal tax liens would take priority over state law liens, regardless of when the latter arose or were perfected
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