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By Sean Kane
On May 26, 2017, the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia upheld the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia's holding that knowledge or reason to know that goods ...
By Amanda DeBusk, Dean Pinkert, Matthew R. Nicely, Joseph Schoorl
Following up on a campaign platform of support for U.S. manufacturing jobs, President Donald Trump's administration is in the midst of broad-ranging investigations of steel and aluminum imports that could lead to tariffs, quotas or other remedies.
By Robb Patryk, Nicolas Swerdloff, Gil Ben-Ezra
Technological advances sometimes create opportunities for crafty plaintiffs' attorneys.
By Ned Bassen, Aviva Wernick, Margot Warhit, Jordan E. Pace
May 5, 2017 - On May 4, 2017, Mayor Bill de Blasio of New York City signed into law a broad prohibition on employers asking applicants for their salary history.
By Andrew Braiterman, Alexander Anderson, Spencer Harrison
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and National Economic Council Director Gary Cohn announced the Trump administration's plan for tax reform billed as "the biggest individual and business tax cut...
By Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP
Hughes Hubbard earned a big win for Rabobank on Jan. 18, when a Nevada state court judge tossed an action seeking to hold the Dutch financial services provider liable for a failed tax shelter it had financed.
By Alexander Yanos, Meaghan Gragg
May's issue of The American Lawyer features the firm's recent $1.2 billion win for Canadian mining company Crystallex.
By Amanda DeBusk, Melissa Duffy, Joseph Schoorl
Despite the campaign rhetoric, the Trump administration has thus far maintained the status quo with regard to U.S. sanctions on Iran, Russia, Syria, and North Korea.
By Charles Samuelson, Avner Bengera, Paul Yakulis
The Delaware Court of Chancery recently provided directors of Delaware corporations with a clear guideline to fend off stockholder challenges to awards they make to themselves under a stockholder-approved compensation plan.
By William Kolasky, Michael Salzman, Elizabeth Houghton
President Donald J. Trump has announced his intention to nominate Makan Delrahim to lead the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ).
By Charles Samuelson, Avner Bengera, Philip Treesh
In The Williams Cos., Inc. v. Energy Transfer Equity, L.P., et al., the Delaware Supreme Court has held that the buyer (Energy Transfer Equity, or "ETE") was not liable for breach of a merger agreement with Williams.
By Diane Lifton, Robb Patryk
On the Basis of the Learned Intermediary Doctrine, New Jersey Superior Court Dismissed 160 of 162 Plaintiffs in the Accutane MDL
By Diane Lifton, Robb Patryk
Southern District of Ohio Found Plaintiffs' Claims Were Preempted When Based on a Component of a Larger Pre-Market Approved Medical Device
By Diane Lifton
Under the Amended Discovery Rules Requiring Proportionality, the District of Arizona Refused to Compel Bard to Search For Foreign Communications
By Diane Lifton, Robb Patryk
Nationwide, courts are applying the United States Supreme Court's ruling in Daimler AG v. Bauman and granting defendants' motions to dismiss based on a lack of personal jurisdiction.
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