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By Noëlle Lenoir, Hélène Bérion, Anita Maklakova, Paul Schoeman, Alan Friedman, Darren LaVerne, Patrick J. Campbell, Sabine Rudatsikira
A welcome clarification regarding the expected behavior of companies and administrations under French criminal settlement procedures.
By Todd E. Lenson, Jordan M. Rosenbaum, Randal D. Murdock, Justin Celt
On March 20, 2019, the Securities and Exchange Commission issued a release[1] (the Release) adopting amendments to Regulation S-K in an effort to modernize and simplify disclosure requirements
By Robert N. Holtzman, Izabel McDonald, Christine Chu
As the New York State Legislature neared the end of the 2019 session in June, it passed several bills amending the state's laws prohibiting discrimination and harassment. We addressed the major provisions of these new bills in our previous alert.
By Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP
Public Alternative Funds Archive - August 15, 2019
By Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP
Analysts say the trend toward alternative is largely the result of relatively lower expectations for Wall Street investments, stocks and bonds.
By Noëlle Lenoir, Anita Maklakova, Hélène Bérion
Une clarification bienvenue quant au comportement attendu des entreprises dans le cadre de la procédure de transaction pénale à la française
By Fabien Carruzzo, Daniel King, Daniel Eggermann, Stephen Zide
In a continuing effort to address the advent of narrowly tailored credit events (NTCEs) in the CDS market, ISDA is now preparing for the implementation of the changes designed to deter market participants from running these strategies.
By Norman Simon, Patrick J. Campbell
Litigation partner and Advertising Litigation Co-chair Norman C. Simon, with associate Patrick J. Campbell, authored a New York Law Journal...
By Marco Plankensteiner, Mathilde Vergnaud, Pauline Dessèvre
As widely acknowledged, key problems in the implementation of the Antitrust Damages Directive were found in the vague provisions set therein, such as the rules on presumption of harm, passing on, and quantification of damages.
By Christopher Auguste, David Berg, Fabien Carruzzo, Kenneth Chin, Richard Farley, David J. Fisher, Jamie Kocis, Todd E. Lenson, Douglas Mannal, Jordan M. Rosenbaum, Terrence L. Shen, Sanjay Thapar, Michael McKay, Mark Chass, Sara Hung, June Jhe, Daniel King, Matthew L. Klegon, Daniel Michaelson, Ted Pilkati, Lia Pistilli, Renee Yao
As reported in a press release issued by the Securities and Exchange Comission (the SEC) on Aug. 8, 2019, the SEC voted to propose amendments to modernize Regulation S-K disclosures.
By Norman Simon, Patrick J. Campbell
Litigation partner and Advertising Litigation Co-chair Norman C. Simon, with associate Patrick J. Campbell, authored a New York Law Journal article titled "SCOTUS to Address Whether Lanham Act
By Todd E. Lenson, Jordan M. Rosenbaum, Alan Friedman, Hillel Goldstein
In a recent decision, the Delaware Court of Chancery ruled that the seller in a merger could enforce a provision in the merger agreement protecting its privilege over premerger emails with its counsel.
By Daniel Rabinowitz, Samantha Ettari, Arielle Warshall Katz
The New York Department of Financial Services' (DFS) January 2019 insurance circular letter, illustrates the emerging regulatory landscape surrounding these tools.
By Emily Wajert
Employment Law associate Emily M. Wajert authored a Bloomberg Law article titled "INSIGHT: Shark Week—Taking a Bite Out of New York's New Pay Equity
By Noëlle Lenoir, Hélène Bérion, Marco Laurita, Anita Maklakova
On June 13, 2019, a draft bill increasing fines for violations of Federal Law No. 242-FZ (Data Localization Law) was submitted to the State Duma (i.e., the lower house of the Federal Assembly).
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