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By James Power, Patrick Sullivan
Many of our clients have asked us how they can avail themselves of the state's revamped 421-a tax exemption program — the Affordable New York Housing Program1 — on a project that is also subject to...
By Hugues Bouchetemble
Où la Commission des sanctions rappelle une fois de plus que le distributeur est autant responsable que le producteur de la documentation précontractuelle.
By Kevin B. Leblang, Samantha Kagan, Izabel McDonald
Undoubtedly, the No. 1 topic in the employment world today is sexual harassment and the rise of the #MeToo movement. Indeed, it is one of the top issues in American society generally, touching all industries.
By George Silfen
A bill that aims to decrease regulation, including for closed-end funds, while increasing retail investors' access to capital markets is currently navigating its way through Congress...
By Hubert de Vauplane
The article discusses how Venezuela breaks a taboo by issuing a sovereign cryptocurrency.
By Fabienne Arrighi
Paris partner Fabienne Arrighi published an Employment alert about human resources data processing and the new European General Data Protection Regulation.
By Hubert de Vauplane
Blockchain technology leads us to question the notions of possession and ownership. To what extent can information stored in a blockchain be considered a property right?
By Pierre Storrer
Paris counsel Pierre Storrer's article "Le retrait d'espèces sur un compte de paiement obéit-il aux règles applicables aux instruments de la monnaie scripturale ?
By Anupama Yerramalli, Alexander J. Nicas
The article examines the recent Ninth Circuit ruling in Transwest, which held that 11 U.S.C. § 1129 (a)(10) should be interpreted on a "per-plan" basis, meaning that only one impaired accepting class...
By Kevin Scanlan, Hubert de Vauplane, Myriam Daher
The regulatory focus on initial coin offerings (ICOs) has not diminished since our last client alert where we mentioned that the public consultation of the French Financial Markets Authority (AMF) ...
By Kevin B. Leblang, Izabel McDonald, Samantha Kagan
Undoubtedly, the No. 1 topic in the employment world today is sexual harassment and the rise of the #MeToo movement.
By Gilles Saint-Marc, Tristan Bonneau
In the post-crisis landscape, stringent regulations and stricter capital requirements led banks to reduce their lending volumes.
By Arthur Aufses III
There are thousands of court decisions analyzing the nuances of contract breaches and causation.
By Alan Friedman, Samantha Ettari, Maxim Nowak, Ross Peyser
In addition to Chairman Clayton's comments, the transactions were highlighted when both the SEC and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) released their respective examination priorities for 2018.
By Barry Herzog
The recently enacted tax reform act significantly altered the U.S. taxation of foreign income. Perhaps most prominently, the Act allows U.S. corporations to fully deduct dividends received from...
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