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

    Partnership

    April 22, 2019

    In this Special Report: "Big NY Firms Increase New Partner Classes, As Female Promotions Steadily Rise," "Reconsidering Lateral Partner Moves After 60," "Deliver Value and Improve Efficiency With Legal Technology in Litigation," "Making Mistakes: A Normal Part of Learning the Practice of Law" and "Can Your Law Firm COO Improve Service Delivery AND Profits? They Should. This One Does."

  • New York Law Journal

    Appellate Practice

    April 08, 2019

    In this Special Report: "Moot Court Is Not Just for Law Students," "Copying in Brief Writing: Where Is the Line?," "The Supreme Court Takes Aim at Deference to Administrative Agencies," "Words With Conviction II: Writing the Winning Brief" and "Why We Should Argue About How We Argue in Courts."

  • New York Law Journal |Analysis

    White-Collar Crime

    April 01, 2019

    In this Special Report: "Prosecutorial Immunity: The Debate Reignited," "Art Market May Be Asked to Reveal What’s Behind the Curtain With Proposed Legislation," "Time for the Government to Revisit DPAs and CIAs," "Bail the Rich: Armed Guards, Private Prisons, and Special Treatment for the Wealthy Under the Bail Reform Act" and "Will the SEC Take an Expansive Approach to the Extraterritorial Reach of Its Jurisdiction?"

  • New York Law Journal

    Intellectual Property

    March 25, 2019

    In this Special Report: "The Uphill Battle: Challenging Bio-Pharma in IPRs," "Guidance on Enforcing and Defending Intellectual Property Rights on Amazon," "Computer Generated Models: Intellectual Property and Advertising Risks," "Alexa, Will I Be Able to Patent My Artificial Intelligence Technology This Year?," "Seeking International Patent Infringement Damages in a Post-'WesternGeco' World" and "My House: What Rules? IP Implications of Augmented Reality Advertising."

  • New York Law Journal |Analysis

    Alternative Dispute Resolution

    March 18, 2019

    In this Special Report: "The Benefits of Real-Time Dispute Resolution," "Avoiding the ‘Litigization’ of Arbitration," "Recent Rulings Reaffirm Courts’ High Degree of Deference to Arbitration Process," "A Closer Look: Mediation in Surrogate’s Court," "Creative Mediation: Alleviating Commercial Division Congestion" and "Co-Mediating—Giving It a Chance."

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    Commercial Litigation

    March 11, 2019

    In this Special Report: "Catching the Cannabis Wave? The Legal Status of CBD and Its Future as a Subject of Civil Litigation," "Practical Strategies for Defending ADA Website Accessibility Claims," "NY’s Freeze-Out Mergers Offer Limited Rights and Recourse for LLC Minority Members" and "Direct vs. Consequential Lost Profits: Checking in Five Years After ‘Biotronik’."

  • New York Law Journal

    Cybersecurity

    March 04, 2019

    In this Special Report: "The 50-State Cybersecurity Class Action Is Here to Stay. How to Defend Against It!," "Hardening Cyber Protection Programs: Will 2019 Be the Year of the SAFETY Act for Data Security Programs?," "Beyond Data: Function Is the New Cyber Attack Surface," "New Guidelines on GDPR’s Territorial Scope Confirm It Reaches Far Beyond the EU" and "Role of In-House Counsel in Incident Planning and Response."

  • New York Law Journal

    Labor & Employment

    February 25, 2019

    In this week's Special Report: "Digging Deep Into the New York City Fair Chance Act: Best Practices for Complying With Correction Law Article 23-A," "Cooperative Dialogue: Game Changer or Minor Tweak?," "Hostile Work Environment—With a Capital ‘H’" and "Key Methods to Help Prevent Workplace Sexual Harassment Claims."

  • New York Law Journal

    Litigation

    February 11, 2019

    In this Special Report: "Taking the ‘Bull’ Out of Jury Selection," "Is Financed Litigation the Next Frontier for Corporate Legal Departments?," "What Does (and Does Not) Constitute Insurance Broker Liability in New York," "Revisiting the American Rule: Fee-Shifting Strategies for NY Litigators" and "‘Deference to Arbitrators Is Not Without Its Limits,’ But Those Limits Are Tightly Circumscribed."

  • New York Law Journal

    E-Discovery

    February 04, 2019

    In this Special Report: "Privacy: What You Should Know About New Laws and Their Impact on E-Discovery in U.S. Litigation," "Competent Counsel? New Technologies Change the Paradigm," "Bracing for the Big One: The Impact of the California Consumer Privacy Act on E-Discovery," "Sedona Provides Updated, Practical Guidance for Legal Holds" and "The Hague Evidence Convention’s Rarely-Used Private Commissioner Provision May Be a Viable Option for Cross-Border Discovery."

  • New York Law Journal

    White-Collar Crime

    January 28, 2019

    In this Special Report: "The Government’s New Tool Against Insider Trading," "Understanding Joint Defense Agreements: The Implications for White-Collar Defendants in the Second Circuit," "Substantial Differences in Substantial Assistance Within the Second Circuit," "Insider Trading Enforcement Intensifies Across Markets and Regulators" and "Are We Boring Juries to Death? The Delivery of Federal White-Collar Jury Instructions Should Be Criminal."

  • New York Law Journal

    Trusts & Estates

    January 24, 2019

    In this Special Report: "Top 10 Developments, Lessons and Reminders of 2018," "Addiction, Disinheritance and Enabling: An Avoidable Outcome," "‘Estate of Seiden’: An Opening of the Floodgates, or a Crack in the Wall?" and "Self-Settled Spendthrifts, Illusions and Shams: When an Asset Protection Trust Affords No Protection."

  • New York Law Journal

    Litigation

    December 17, 2018

    In this Special Report: "Blockchain: Immutable Ledger, But Admissible Evidence?," "U.S. Sports Betting Expansion: Nine Ways to Mitigate Legal and Regulatory Exposure," "Using a CPLR 5222 Restraining Notice to Freeze Fraudulently Transferred Assets," "Searching for Transparency in Digital Advertising" and "Wage and Hour Mediations and the Small Employer."

  • New York Law Journal

    White-Collar Crime

    December 10, 2018

    In this Special Report: "The Global Reach of U.S. Law Enforcement," "Something Old, Something New: Securities Enforcement in the Age of Social Media," "Playing With Fire: When the Government and Outside Counsel Get Too Close in a Corporate Investigation" and "Why the Public (and the President) Are Wrong About What It Means to Take the Fifth."

  • New York Law Journal

    Alternative Dispute Resolution

    November 26, 2018

    In this Special Report: "The Real Cost of Mandatory Arbitration," "Compelling Third-Party Discovery in New York Arbitration," "Arbitration and Mediation for Young Lawyers: An Introduction to the Alternative" and "Meaningful Diversity: The Next Chapter of the ADR Story."

  • New York Law Journal

    Litigation

    November 13, 2018

    In this Special Report: "Five Keys to Avoiding Litigation Malpractice," "Arbitration: New Limits on the Horizon?," "You Can’t Unring the Bell: Costly Waivers in LLC Operating Agreements," "Investor, Beware: Was Your Fund Really Formed in an Investor Friendly Forum?" and "The Criminal Practitioner’s Guide to Representing Financial Professionals."

  • New York Law Journal

    Labor & Employment

    November 05, 2018

    In this Special Report: "Managing New Employee Paid Leave Laws in Conjunction With ADA, FMLA and Workers’ Compensation," "PTO for the WIN: Why Businesses Should Make the Switch," "Are Non-Compete Agreements Getting Kicked to the Curb?," "Big Data Analytics May Haunt Employers" and "Be Careful What You Ask for in Employment Arbitration: The Case for Offers of Judgment."

  • New York Law Journal

    Mergers & Acquisitions

    October 29, 2018

    In this Special Report: "Political Intervention in Global M&A: The Development of Foreign Investment Regimes and Its Impact on Cross-Border M&A," "Spotlight on R&W Insurance," "Recent Decisions Indicate There Is Leeway for Controllers When Determining Whether to Structure a Transaction to Be 'MFW'-Compliant," "China Targeted M&A Re-Emerges in SPAC World," and "Balancing Minority Equityholder Rights and Acquirer’s Ability to Consolidate Under U.S. GAAP Financial Accounting Rules."

  • New York Law Journal

    Insurance Law

    October 15, 2018

    View this Special Report as a PDF. Allocation of Long-Tail Losses in New York and New Jersey Despite the contrasting approaches by New York and…

  • New York Law Journal |Analysis

    Eleventh Circuit Delineates Provisions That Overcome the Presumption That Courts Must Decide Class Arbitrability

    October 12, 2018

    Arbitration columnists Samuel Estreicher and Holly H. Weiss write: In light of 'Epic Systems', the question whether the court or arbitrator decides that an arbitration agreement authorizes a classwide proceeding when the agreement is silent on the issue has taken on enhanced significance. A recent decision in the Eleventh Circuit addresses this question.

  • New York Law Journal |Analysis

    Corporate Restructuring & Bankruptcy

    September 24, 2018

    In this week's Special Report: "Drawing the Borders on Chapter 15 Bankruptcy," "Exercising Independence in Restructuring—The Path to Better Governance," "Legal Privilege Pitfalls and Perils in Bankruptcy" and "Does Allowing Postpetition Interest on an Unpaid Make-Whole Amount Result in an Impermissible Double Recovery?"

  • New York Law Journal

    Trusts & Estates

    September 10, 2018

    In this Special Report: "Lessons Learned From the AG's Suit Against the Trump Foundation," "Death of a Gun Owner: Criminal Liability for an Heir?," "NY’s Latest Legislative Session: What Passed, What Didn’t, What’s Next?," "The Perilous Pot Trust" and "Real Estate: The Ultimate Estate Planning Asset."

  • New York Law Journal |Analysis

    Fashion Law

    August 27, 2018

    In this Special Report: "Is Artificial Intelligence the Newest Trend in Fashion?" "Deceptive Pricing: Unlawful Trickery or Skillful Selling?" "Non-Traditional Trademarks: The Elusiveness of Branding a Trend," "Reaching Millennials: The Need for True Transparency in Supply Chains" and "The Importance of Obtaining a Strong Trademark for Your Brand."

  • New York Law Journal |Analysis

    Court of Appeals and Appellate Practice

    August 20, 2018

    In this Special Report: "Words with Conviction: Effective Appellate Oral Argument," "Criminal Cases Faced an Often Divided Court This Term," "Court Addresses Wide Spectrum of Unresolved Issues in Tort Law," "Procedural Decisions: Something for Everyone" and "So Far, No Consistent Lineup of Judges for Carriers or Policyholders."

  • New York Law Journal

    Alternative Dispute Resolution

    August 06, 2018

    In this Special Report: "Good Faith Negotiations at Mediation," "Fending Off Cyberattacks in International Arbitration," "Blurred Lines: Rethinking the Issue of Consent by Non-Signatories," "Corruption as a Defense in Investment Treaty Arbitration" and "Efficiency or Fairness? ADR May Be the 21st Century Equivalent to the Rise of Equity."

  • New York Law Journal |Expert Opinion

    Matrimonial Law

    July 30, 2018

    In this Special Report: "Surrogacy in New York: Boon or Bane?," "Divorce Without Destruction," "Beyond Broken Bones: Recognizing Psychological Harm to Children When Applying 'Grave Risk of Harm' Standard," "Prenup Tutorial: A Survey of Recent Case Law" and "When Matrimonial Attorneys Become Divorce Mediators."

  • New York Law Journal

    NYLJ 100

    July 09, 2018

    This year's edition of the NYLJ 100, our annual report ranking firms' average number of full-time equivalent attorneys in New York state.

  • New York Law Journal |Analysis

    Real Estate

    June 25, 2018

    In this Special Report: "Accessing Your Neighbor’s Property: Is Your Dream Project Becoming a Nightmare?," "What Legalizing Marijuana Could Mean for NY Real Estate Attorneys," "Proposed Rent Regulatory Amendments Seek to Shift Balance of Power Toward Tenants," "The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act: A New Opportunity to Use Tax Incentives to Fund Low-Income Projects" and "Giving Co-op and Condo Boards the Right to Grandfather Existing Privileges."

  • New York Law Journal

    Corporate Restructuring and Bankruptcy

    June 11, 2018

    In this Special Report: "Nonprofit Bankruptcy Sales and Transfers," "Plan Support Agreements: Key Considerations for Creditors," "Insolvency Risk Planning for Cross-Border Transactions," "What Constitutes a Transfer of “All or Substantially All” of a Borrower’s Assets for Purposes of Indentures and Credit Agreements?" and "Overview of Plan Support Agreements."

  • New York Law Journal |Expert Opinion

    Cybersecurity

    June 04, 2018

    In this Special Report: "The Biometric Standards: How New York Measures Up in the Face of Biometric Use Regulations," "The Con of Social Engineering: Law Firms are Easy Prey," "The Future of Cyber Threats: When Attacks Cause Physical Harm," "When the FBI Can Help Companies Deal With a Cyber Event" and "Challenges of a National 72-Hour Data Breach Notification Standard."

  • New York Law Journal |Analysis

    Complex Litigation

    May 21, 2018

    In this Special Report: "Recent Developments Have Let the Air Out of Slack Fill Lawsuits," "TCPA Shakeup: Analysis of the D.C. Circuit’s Long-Awaited Decision in ‘ACA International,’" "Potential Pitfalls of the BitLicense," "Will Sovereign Immunity Shield Patent Owners From IPR Challenges?" and "New EU-Mexico Trade Agreement: What Lies Ahead for the Future of ISDS?"

  • New York Law Journal |Analysis

    Law Firm Management

    May 07, 2018

    "Connecting the Dots Between Business Development and Social Media for Law Firms," "Firm Management in the Changing Workplace," "Severe Weather Crisis Plans Are More Important Than Ever for Law Firms" and "Litigation Finance as a Tool to Increase Law Firm Rate Realization."

  • New York Law Journal

    Law Day

    May 01, 2018

    Leaders of the bench & bar discuss this year's Law Day theme—Separation of Powers: Framework for Freedom.

  • New York Law Journal |Analysis

    New Partners

    April 23, 2018

    In this Special Report: "New York Partner Promotions Up 27 Percent at Top Firms," "The Unique Place for Midsize Firms in Today’s Legal Market," "It's the Money, Stupid!" and "Impact of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act on Law Firms."

  • New York Law Journal |Analysis

    Appellate Practice

    April 09, 2018

    In this Special Report: "Don’t Wait for the Appeal to Bring in Appellate Counsel," "For Disability Appeals, the Devil Is in the Details," "The Supreme Court’s Continuing War Over Legislative History," "Practicing Before the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals" and "The Respondent’s Role in the Appellate Process."

  • New York Law Journal |Analysis

    White-Collar Crime

    April 02, 2018

    In this week's Special Report: "Ways Your Company May Be Drawing Criminal Health Care Fraud Scrutiny," "OFAC Sanctions: Costly … But Effective?," "The Ninth Circuit’s ‘Glassdoor’ Decision: Grand Juries and Anonymous Speech," "'People v. Weinstein': New York Attorney General’s Sharp Warning About Systemic Workplace Sexual Harassment," "The End of the Internal Investigation and the Risk of the Internal Whistleblower: Self-Disclosure in the FCPA Context" and "The Sea Change Across the Pond: UK Privilege in Internal Investigations Remains in Flux."

  • New York Law Journal |Analysis

    Intellectual Property

    March 26, 2018

    In this Special Report: "'Halo' and Willful Infringement Weaponizing Patent Owners," "'Substantial Similarity': A New Approach to Dismissing Implied-in-Fact Contract Claims?," "Arbitrate Without Losing the Inter Partes Review Option," "Applicability of §101 Challenges in ANDA Pharmaceutical Litigation" and "Swarms of Drones: Collecting Data and Delivering Potential Liabilities."

  • New York Law Journal

    Alternative Dispute Resolution

    March 19, 2018

    In this week's Special Report: "Five Reasons to Include Arbitration Clauses in Business Contracts … and Five Reasons to Reconsider," "Mediating Highly Emotional Workplace Disputes," "'Nondomestic' Arbitrations: An Underrecognized Path to Federal Court Review," "Encouraging Greater Use of Mediation in International Commercial Arbitration" and "Navigating the Mediation Experience: No Compromise—No Resolution."

  • New York Law Journal |Analysis

    Commercial Litigation

    March 12, 2018

    In this Special Report: "Video Privacy Protection Act: How Will N.Y.’s Courts Protect ‘Personally Identifiable Information’?," "Juxtaposition in Foreclosure Defense Litigation: Legislative Intent vs. Practical Reality," "Discovery in Cross-Border Disputes: Choosing Between Domestic Litigation and International Arbitration," "In the Heat of Dealmaking, Beware of Waiving Attorney-Client Privilege," "The ‘Well-Pleaded Complaint Rule’ and Pushing the Bounds Post-‘McCulloch’" and "Applying N.Y.’s Borrowing Statute to Asset-Backed Securities Claims After 'Deutsche Bank'."

  • New York Law Journal |Analysis

    Cybersecurity

    March 05, 2018

    In this Special Report: "Pen Testing: The Good, the Bad and the Agreement," "The GDPR: A Silver Lining for Data Governance," "Six Common Misconceptions About Cybersecurity," "Regulatory Gap: Cybersecurity at K-12 Schools" and "Examining Coverage for Cyber Risks Under Property and Liability Policies."

  • New York Law Journal |Analysis

    Labor & Employment

    February 26, 2018

    In this Special Report: "'No Help Wanted': The Regulation and Elimination of Retail Positions," "Non-Disparagement Agreements: Worth It?," "For Employment Law, an Ounce of Prevention Is Worth a Pound of Cure," "DOL’s New Internship Test: The Rebirth of the Internship Program?," "Employers Beware! Your Opt-Out Arrangements Might Mean You’re Not Offering ‘Affordable’ Health Care," "New Tax Law Limits Deductibility of Harassment Settlements: Where Will the Law of Unintended Consequences Take Us?" and "Creating Complications: Notice Requirements for Resolving Putative Class Actions."

  • New York Law Journal |Analysis

    Litigation

    February 13, 2018

    In this Special Report: "Text Messages as Evidence: The Current State of Affairs in New York State Courts," "Who's Qualified to Arbitrate Your Insurance Dispute?," "Heeding the ‘Wake Up’ Call on Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 34," "Defeating Class Certification in TCPA Cases," "Growing Into the Gig Economy: Pending Legal Challenges for the Industry" and "Is Section 1782 Discovery Available From Corporations Not ‘at Home’ Under ‘Daimler’?"

  • New York Law Journal

    E-Discovery

    February 04, 2018

    In this Special Report: "Unrung Bells and the Quick-Peek Order," "Three Strategic Choices in E-Discovery," "Regulator Preservation Notices—Can You Narrow the Scope?," "Beyond Document Review: Meeting Other Big Data Challenges" and "Getting It Right the First Time: Avoid the Dreaded Privilege Log ‘Re-Review.’"

  • New York Law Journal

    White-Collar Crime

    January 29, 2018

    In this Special Report: "CFTC 2018 Enforcement: Where the Puck Is Going," "The Psychology of White-Collar Crime, and Why It Matters," "Preserving Privilege in Government Investigations in Light of 'SEC v. Herrera'," "Traversing the Minefields: Outside Counsel May Face Criminal Liability in Complex Business Cases," "Decisions Highlight Risk of Unintended Implied Waivers of Privilege" and "ICO Enforcement Actions in 2017 and Trends for 2018."

  • New York Law Journal

    Trusts & Estates

    January 16, 2018

    In this Special Report: "Top 10 Developments, Lessons and Reminders of 2017," "Estate Planning for Copyrights," "Guiding the Dead Hand: Decanting Under EPTL 10-6.6" and "The Inevitable: Death and Taxes."

  • New York Law Journal

    Litigation

    December 18, 2017

    In this Special Report: "Who Assumes Liability When an Uber or Lyft Driver Causes an Accident?," "Expedited Construction Dispute Resolution in NY and England and Wales: A Comparison," "Supreme Court’s 'BMS' Decision Presents New Hurdles to Forum Shoppers," "Whistleblower Retaliation: How Companies Should Prepare for the Supreme Court’s Upcoming Decision," "Why Mediations Fail" and "Five Roles of the Litigator: Problem Solver, Advocate, Strategist, Negotiator and Therapist."

  • New York Law Journal

    White-Collar Crime

    December 11, 2017

    In this Special Report: "Five Ways to Eliminate the Need for a Corporate Monitor," "A New Federal Theory of Corruption?," "Challenging the Criticism of Federal Prosecutors in ‘Chicken---- Club’" and "DOJ Policies on Corporate and Individual Prosecutions Should Be Reconsidered, Recalibrated."

  • New York Law Journal

    Alternative Dispute Resolution

    November 27, 2017

    In this Special Report: "Employment Arbitration: A Practical Assessment of Advantages and Disadvantages," "The Applicability of Corporate Dispute Resolution Principles to World Conflicts," "Through the Looking Glass: Transparency in Arbitration Costs and Costs Allocation," "An Ounce of Prevention: Structuring Foreign Investments to Maximize Protection and Minimize Risk," "Mediation Prep and Practices in Employment-Law Cases" and "The Crucial Decision: Mediate or Litigate? A Former Judge's Perspective."

  • New York Law Journal |Analysis

    Litigation

    November 13, 2017

    In this Special Report, sponsored by TASA: "AI in Discovery: The Future Is Now," "Second Circuit Clarifies Cross-Border Reach of Fifth Amendment Protections," "The Laborious Task of Litigating NY State Labor Law Claims: A Pre-Trial Defense Perspective," "Impact of ‘Trulia’ on Merger Litigation in State and Federal Courts," "Defending Against 'Reptile Theory' Trial Strategy in Tort Litigation" and "Limiting the Use of Corporate Depositions to Their Proper Purpose."

  • New York Law Journal |Analysis

    Labor & Employment

    November 03, 2017

    In this Special Report: "Lawmakers Slowly Begin to Regulate Gig Economy," "NY Employers Take Note: Paid Family Leave Benefits Law Becomes Effective Jan. 1st," "Reasonable Accommodation: Thoughts of a Cancer Survivor," "HR Policy Acknowledgements Overseas: A Whole Other World Out There," "What Emerging Multiracial Plaintiff Cases Suggest About Employment Discrimination Law" and "The Future of Class Action Waivers in Employment Arbitration Agreements."

  • New York Law Journal

    Mergers & Acquisitions

    October 30, 2017

    In this Special Report: "To Sell, or Not to Sell," "The Morning After: A Buyer’s Post-Closing To-Do List for Employment and Benefits Issues," "Navigating M&A Divestiture Complexities," "Dealmaking in the Internet Age: Cyber Due Diligence in Mergers & Acquisitions," "Preparing for the Future of M&A" and "Significance of the Choice of Law Provision in M&A Contracts."

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