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By William L. Charron
The first specialized tribunal devoted exclusively to art disputes, the Court of Arbitration for Art (CAfA), will open for business on April 1, 2019 in the Hague.
By Richard Frazer
Crown Shy Debuts at Rose Associates' 70 Pine Street.
By William L. Charron
William Charron is a litigator who represents institutional and individual clients in a wide range of art authenticity, title and other matters.
By Colleen Caden, Maria Fernanda Gandarez, Avram Morell
Parents or guardians may sign the Form I-539A on behalf of children under 14 or any co-applicant who is not mentally competent to sign.
By Edward C. Normandin, Matthew Repetto
In April 2018, the Securities and Exchange Commission reached a $35 million settlement with Altaba, Inc. over charges that the company misled investors by failing to disclose a massive 2014 cyber breach.
By Dyan Finguerra-DuCharme
Intellectual Property Partner Dyan Finguerra-DuCharme appeared on CNBC Business News to discuss the increasing number of imposters hijacking well-known luxury brands on e-commerce sites and replacing bona fide products with counterfeits.
By Jonathan T. Shepard, Eric D. Dowell, Lauren Cooperman
Pryor Cashman obtained a significant victory on behalf of client Sciens Capital Management, along with many of its principals and affiliates, in an action that was pending in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York.
By Colleen Caden, Maria Fernanda Gandarez, Avram Morell
United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has announced that it has lifted the temporary suspension of Premium Processing service.
By Megan Noh, Tara Raghavan
Supreme Court Ruling In Fourth Estate v. Sets Higher Bar To Commence Infringement Suits.
By Michael Campoli, Edward C. Normandin
Over the past several months, the Securities and Exchange Commission has proposed and/or adopted new rules and regulations, and provided guidance, that impact the disclosure obligations of, and the financing opportunities available to, public companies.
By Dyan Finguerra-DuCharme, William Thomashower, Kamilah M. Holder
Under Section 2(a) of the Lanham Act, a trademark may be refused registration if it consists of immoral or scandalous matter
By E. Scott Schirick
A federal judge's decision to acquit Robert Bogucki, a former Barclays foreign currency options trader who'd been charged with fraud, shocked prosecutors at the U.S. Department of Justice and opened questions ...
By Eric D. Sherman, Marion R. Harris
Associate Marion Harris also contributed to the Q&A, excerpts of which are published below.
By Richard Levy Jr., Juergen Ostertag, Joshua Zuckerberg, John A. Rothman
German communication technology manufacturer Kathrein has announced it will sell its worldwide mobile radio antenna business to one of its largest customers, the Swedish network supplier Ericsson.
By John J. Crowe, Teresa Lee, Christopher Mellevold, Eric B. Woldenberg, Rebecca Schmutter, Matthew O. Young, Michelle Pham, Eric J. Wisotsky, Philippe Zylberg
On February 25, 2019, women's activewear retailer Bandier secured a $25 million capital investment from Eurazeo, a leading global investment company.
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