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Articles in Channel: Corporate & Commercial Litigation
Equal Parts Transparency and Competition - Regulating the Derivatives Industry: Does the CFTC Have the Right Recipe?
It’s the things you don’t see that are often the most dangerous. Think of all those germs and viruses lingering in the air. They are hard to avoid because we don’t know they are there. Well that’s kind of what we have with financial derivatives. These...
Authored by Peter B. Ladig This article was originally published in the Delaware Business Court Insider | March 21, 2012 Like many aspects of Delaware corporate law, the law of a corporate director or officer's entitlement to advancement is not black and white, but it is probably one of the more...
Medical insurance for a family living in the five boroughs of New York City has entered another galaxy as the lowest cost of a family point of service (POS) plan has sprinted past $54,000 annually.... This is a content summary only. Please click on the title for the full content, If you find...
Gene Patents and Myriad in Light of Prometheus - The Big View, and Comments from Biotech Patent Lawyers on Prometheus, and Myriad
Biotech patent bloggers are starting to weigh in on the Prometheus decision rejecting a claim to a patent for providing medical advice. The Genomics Law Report includes thoughtful commentary and concludes - I'd say - that Myriad's patent claims are dead in terms of any ability to exclude...
Hartford Life Insurance Company will cease writing new structured settlement annuity business effective April 27, 2012. The Hartford had only re-entered the business last summer after a brief hiatus,... This is a content summary only. Please click on the title for the full content, If you find...
The Corporate Observer would like to thank Rosemary M. Rivas with Finkelstein Thompson LLP for this article. WARNING: This article contains graphic descriptions of the method used to produce meat for consumption by consumers. If the videos of the way animals are slaughtered have not turned you into...
A consultation on the future role of the Financial Reporting Council closed earlier this year (see here, pdf). The consultation responses have recently been published: see here.
The Supreme Court's docket in Rose v. Bank of America, no. S199074, has been updated to include a statement of the issue on review: Can a cause of action under the Unfair Competition Law (Bus. & Prof. Code, § 17200...The Supreme Court's docket in Rose v. Bank of America, no. S199074, has been...
The humor just rolls on in the law - it's now taken us up to the 15th installment of "Things You Cannot Do on a Plane ! Prior here.
© Max Kennerly. The original for this post is Baristas Count As Barristers: Law School Marketing Fraud Lawsuit Dismissed at Litigation & Trial Lawyer Blog.The point of having law schools, as I’ve written before, is to “lay the foundation for graduates who are capable of learning and...