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K&L Gates
By K&L Gates
Forming partnerships with third parties has emerged as not only a necessary feature but also a top growth strategy for companies in the manufacturing industry.
By K&L Gates
A major trend impacting the role and responsibilities of general counsel is the increasing number of manufacturing companies revamping their international footprints.
By K&L Gates
General counsel in the manufacturing sector may not be aware of the importance of talent management and leadership and the degree to which other executives expect such abilities.
By K&L Gates
The complexity of today's business environment, especially the introduction of new technologies, means that companies can no longer rely on themselves to stay on the cutting edge.
By Amanda Makki, Erica M. Jackson, Corbin T. Santo, Ryann D. Roberts
On September 8, 2017, the Food and Drug Administration ("FDA") became the latest in a line of federal departments and agencies to seek public input on approaches to modify regulations...
By K&L Gates
The fourth industrial revolution and its innovative technologies are transforming the manufacturing industry.
By Amy Ream
Over more than four decades of asbestos litigation, many former manufacturers and suppliers of asbestos-containing products have since filed for bankruptcy and exited the tort system.
By Devon Beane, Theodore Angelis
In AIA America, Inc. v. Avid Radiopharmaceuticals, the Federal Circuit considered whether the Seventh Amendment provides the right to a jury trial to determine entitlement to attorneys' fees.
By Molly Suda, Benjamin L. Tejblum
There is a lot of buzz around blockchain technology and its potential to revolutionize a wide range of industries from finance and healthcare to real estate and supply chain management.
By Lisa R. Stark, Dean A. Brazier
In Buttonwood Tree Value Partners L.P., et al. v. R.L. Polk & Co., Inc., et al., the Delaware Chancery Court denied, in part, a motion to dismiss claims for breach of the fiduciary duty of loyalty..
By K&L Gates
In this case, the court imposed an adverse inference against certain defendants for their failure to preserve text messages in the possession of a non-party, where the court found that...
By David R Osipovich, Paul C Fuener, Isaac T Smith
Finally, the court held that the "occupational disease exclusion" applies to underlying claims for liability due to occupational disease regardless of whether the claimant was ever the policyholder's employee.
By Eric Sedlak, Steven Sparling, Tsuguhito Omagari
The Japan Fair Trade Commission ("JFTC"), Japan's competition regulator, recently published results of an investigation into destination restrictions in liquefied natural gas ("LNG") supply contracts.
By Jennifer J. Nagle
Nearly two years after the TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure rule went into effect (on October 3, 2015) and one year after the CFPB closed a comment period on a NPRM to adjust and clarify the rule, ...
By George P. Barbatsuly, Laura Scully
After much anticipation, the New York State Department of Labor recently finalized the regulations accompanying the New York Paid Family Leave Benefits Law ("PFL Law").
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