Angela Turturro

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Angela Turturro is the Sections editor for the New York Law Journal and head of the Contributed Content desk for ALM.

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  • New York Law Journal | Analysis

    Labor & Employment

    February 22, 2021

    In this Special Report: "Getting Into the Weeds of Marijuana Legalization: A Guide for Employers," "Don't Throw Caution to the Winds: Discrimination and Harassment in the Age of Teleworking," "Labor and Employment Due Diligence for Transactions" and "Pandemic Spotlights Inequity in New York's Tipping Regulations."

  • New York Law Journal

    Litigation

    February 8, 2021

    In this Special Report: "Lights, Camera, Action: Effective Strategies To Avoid Ethics Violations Practicing Virtually," "A Data-Driven Analysis of Spoliation Risk in the Top Five Largest States by Population," "Increasing Regulatory Protections in Foreign Markets," "Not My Brother's Keeper: Understanding the Duty To Preserve Non-Party Consultant Documents" and "M&A Pandemic Litigation and the 'AB Stable' Decision."

  • New York Law Journal

    E-Discovery

    February 1, 2021

    In this Special Report: "E-Discovery for IoT Devices: Primer for Representing Individual Clients," "Defensible Deletion: The Proof Is in the Planning," "The Pandemic Swamped Your Information Governance Plan. This Is How To Right the Ship," "Cross-Border Cyber Review: It's Not Your Typical E-Discovery Exercise" and "Building a Better ESI Agreement: Why Customization Matters."

  • New York Law Journal

    Trusts & Estates

    January 25, 2021

    In this Special Report: "Top 10 Developments, Lessons and Reminders of 2020," "So You Have Relocated to Florida and Think You Are No Longer a New York Resident?," "SLATs: The Hot New Estate Planning Technique for 2021," "Cross-Border Philanthropy: Obtaining a U.S. Income Tax Deduction for a Donation to a Canadian Charity" and "Adapting Asset Protection Trusts to Changes in Circumstances."

  • New York Law Journal | Analysis

    NYSBA Annual Meeting

    January 19, 2021

    Leaders of the bench and bar discuss 2020, the pandemic, the racial justice movement, the politics, and their hopes for the upcoming year as New York State Bar Association members attend the two week virtual conference.

  • New York Law Journal | Analysis

    Litigation

    January 11, 2021

    In this Special Report: "A Continued Lack of 'Grace' in Legal Malpractice," "Life Sciences and Cannabis Arbitrations: Reaching New Highs," "Threshold Issues in Judgment Enforcement Proceedings When Prosecuting a Non-Party Witness for Contempt" and "New Guidance Illustrates That Ordinary Activities May Have FARA Implications."

  • New York Law Journal | Analysis

    Litigation

    December 14, 2020

    In this Special Report: "A Threshold Issue: Climate Change Litigation in the United States," "Defending Civil RICO Claims 50 Years Later: Claims in New York Federal Courts Suggest Continued Upward Trend," "Recent Trends: Exploring the Limits of Discovery Under 28 U.S.C. §1782," "COVID-19 and Force Majeure: 4th Quarter or Overtime?," "A Lawyer's Guide to MAZE Ransomware Attacks" and "Child Safety and Product Safety Disclosures: A Look at Section 6(b)."

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    White-Collar Crime

    December 7, 2020

    In this Special Report: "A Rare FCPA Advisory Opinion From the DOJ: Cause and Effect," "Internal Investigations in a Virtual World" and "DOJ's Arguments in Trump Litigation Should Benefit Other Defendants."

  • New York Law Journal | Analysis

    Alternative Dispute Resolution

    November 23, 2020

    In this Special Report: "The Increasing Use of Data Analytics in International Arbitration," "Advice to Mediation Counsel: Drop the Litigation Rhetoric and Learn To Compromise," "Med-Arb: Is It the Wave of the Future?" and "Mediation in Adult Guardianship Matters."

  • New York Law Journal | Analysis

    COVID-19 as Securities Fraud?

    November 18, 2020

    In his Corporate Securities column, John C. Coffee Jr. discusses a proposal by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce to the SEC, one which places the SEC at the top of a very slippery slope. The proposal, which seeks to bar liability for certain COVID-19-related statements, would go well beyond the existing statutory safe harbor and cover statements that are expressly not covered by the existing safe harbor.

 

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