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By Louis Tuchman, Olga Bogush
IRS audits are increasingly targeting private investment funds over management fee waiver arrangements that are commonly used by investment managers to convert fee income into carried interest.
By Barry Werbin
As the economic worth of successful brands keeps soaring, the ability to leverage trademark assets is becoming more important for companies seeking financing to support growth and cover cash flow shortfalls for operating expenses
By Mara B. Levin, Carol M. Goodman, Jonathan Adler, Daniella Muller
The New York City Council has passed legislation that would prohibit employers from making inquiries regarding the salary history of job applicants...
By Stephen B. Selbst
A seller's failure to give notice of a bankruptcy sale of real property to a party who had a right of first refusal led a bankruptcy court to rule that the right of first refusal survived the seller's bankruptcy...
By Mitchell Korbey, Anne F. McCaughey
The Special Garment Center District regulations, created in 1987, were meant to preserve apparel manufacturing space and limit the ability to convert such space for office use.
By Ronald Levine
Product liability lawyers are most often asked to apply their skills in the courtroom. While they rarely find themselves negotiating deals in the boardroom, they can be an extremely valuable...
By Barry Werbin
We see scores of copyright infringement cases filed annually by plaintiffs owning registered fabric designs that are used on garments.
By Irwin Kishner, Daniel Etna, Barry Werbin
In this edition of Herrick's Sports Law Update, we look into how last Wednesday's Supreme Court's "cheerleader uniform" ruling could affect the sports apparel industry.
By Stephen B. Selbst
The Supreme Court ruled on March 22, 2017 in Czyzewski v. Jevic Holding Corp. that payments made to creditors pursuant to structured dismissals of bankruptcy cases cannot violate...
By Richard Morris
Herrick lawyers recently participated in a webinar on environmental, social and governance investment due diligence (ESG) that was hosted by the Investment Management Due Diligence Association.
By Stephen B. Selbst
Stagnant consumer incomes, explosive growth in online shopping, decreasing popularity of shopping malls and changes in consumption patterns are just a few of the reasons why the retail industry...
By Barbara Lawrence, Katy Donlan
Email accounts, online banking and investment account access, music, photo and data storage accounts, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and other social media accounts are all forms of digital assets.
By Kevin Fullington, Michael Berengarten, Jared Newman
In 2016, the City of New York illegally raised water rates by 2.1%, while it simultaneously granted a $183 bill credit to all one, two and three family homeowners.
By Nancy Mertzel, Barry Werbin
On December 14, 2016, President Obama signed the Consumer Review Fairness Act of 2016 [H.R. 5111], which forbids businesses from retaliating against consumers...
By Stephen B. Selbst
The Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit issued an important ruling on January 17, 2017, in Marblegate Asset Management, LLC v, Education Management Finance Corp.,1...
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