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By Trevor M. Dodge
On June 4, 2019, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (the "SEC") filed a complaint in the Southern District of New York against Kik Interactive Inc. ("Kik") alleging violations of Section 5 of the Securities Act of 1933 (the "Securities Act").
By Edward Kwalwasser, Frank Zarb, Samuel J. Waldon
Rule 105 of Regulation M may create more anxiety among compliance professionals in the hedge fund industry than any other SEC rule.
By Steven Hurd, Andrew Smith
The Ninth Circuit went a long way towards answering that question in an en banc decision last week.
By Maja Zerjal, Vincent Indelicato, Steve Ma
In Mission, the debtor-licensor rejected a trademark license agreement and sought to terminate the licensee's right to use the debtor's trademark. This decision has important ramifications to parties to trademark licenses.
By Allan Bloom
Members of the House and Senate introduced companion bills on June 11, 2019 to amend the Fair Labor Standards Act to raise the minimum salary threshold for exempt executive
By Robert Leonard, Christopher Wells, Kathy Rocklen, Benjamin Catalano, Michael Mavrides, Anthony Drenzek
On June 5, 2019, the Securities and Exchange Commission voted to adopt a package of rulemakings and interpretations, including (i) a new rule creating a standard of conduct for broker-dealers when recommending securities to retail investors (Regulation Best Interest),...
By Samuel J. Waldon, Hena Vora
The SEC, in conjunction with the Colorado Bar Association and Colorado Society of Certified Public Accountants,
By Jeffrey Neuburger
During the 2016 election, certain Russian operatives used fake social media profiles to influence voters and also created bot accounts to add likes to and share posts across the internet.
By Evandro Gigante, Laura Fant, Arielle Kobetz
In a unanimous decision in Fort Bend County, Texas v. Davis, the United States Supreme Court held that while an employee has a mandatory obligation to file a charge with the EEOC
By Wai L. Choy
The plot has thickened in the longest-running "whodunit" in the blockchain space: Who is Satoshi Nakamoto, the pseudonymous creator of Bitcoin and author of the white paper
By Russell Hirschhorn, Stacey Cerrone
In December 2018, we reported here that the Second Circuit became the first court at any level to allow an ERISA stock-drop claim to survive a motion to dismiss since the Supreme Court revamped
By Carl Mazurek, Lawrence Weinstein
On May 28, the Supreme Court decided Home Depot U.S.A. v. Jackson, 17-1471 (2019), ruling 5–4 that third-party counterclaim defendants
By Mark Theodore
Employers with union-represented employees also always have non-union employees, whether working in the office or at another worksite.
By Allan Bloom, Laura Fant
Kansas City, Missouri is the latest jurisdiction (and the second Midwestern city in recent weeks) to enact a law that will prohibit employers from asking job applicants about salary history.
By Paul Hamburger, Seth Safra, Jennifer Rigterink
Last week, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancements (SECURE) Act of 2019.
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