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    EPTL §2-1.5: How and When Can a Donee Acknowledge an Advancement?

    C. Raymond Radigan and Lois Bladykas | November 24, 2017

    In their Trusts and Estates Law column, C. Raymond Radigan and Lois Bladykas write: Making an advancement to a child or other intended beneficiary may be desirable to an individual who wants to provide a monetary benefit now, but does not want the beneficiary to benefit to the detriment of other children or intended beneficiaries.

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    Cybersecurity and Health Care Bankruptcy: Where the Concern Lies

    Leslie A. Berkoff | November 24, 2017

    Leslie A. Berkoff writes: Over the past six months, cybersecurity attacks have increased around the globe, many of which have specifically impacted the health care industry.

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    Court Denies Coverage Under Reps and Warranties Policy

    Howard B. Epstein and Theodore A. Keyes | November 24, 2017

    Corporate Insurance Law columnists Howard B. Epstein and Theodore A. Keyes write: Recently, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin and the Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit issued opinions that addressed the terms of a Reps and Warranties policy governed, according to the policy terms, by New York law.

 

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    EPTL §2-1.5: How and When Can a Donee Acknowledge an Advancement?

    C. Raymond Radigan and Lois Bladykas | November 24, 2017

    In their Trusts and Estates Law column, C. Raymond Radigan and Lois Bladykas write: Making an advancement to a child or other intended beneficiary may be desirable to an individual who wants to provide a monetary benefit now, but does not want the beneficiary to benefit to the detriment of other children or intended beneficiaries.

  • news

    Cybersecurity and Health Care Bankruptcy: Where the Concern Lies

    Leslie A. Berkoff | November 24, 2017

    Leslie A. Berkoff writes: Over the past six months, cybersecurity attacks have increased around the globe, many of which have specifically impacted the health care industry.

  • news

    Court Denies Coverage Under Reps and Warranties Policy

    Howard B. Epstein and Theodore A. Keyes | November 24, 2017

    Corporate Insurance Law columnists Howard B. Epstein and Theodore A. Keyes write: Recently, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin and the Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit issued opinions that addressed the terms of a Reps and Warranties policy governed, according to the policy terms, by New York law.

 

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    EPTL §2-1.5: How and When Can a Donee Acknowledge an Advancement?

    C. Raymond Radigan and Lois Bladykas | November 24, 2017

    In their Trusts and Estates Law column, C. Raymond Radigan and Lois Bladykas write: Making an advancement to a child or other intended beneficiary may be desirable to an individual who wants to provide a monetary benefit now, but does not want the beneficiary to benefit to the detriment of other children or intended beneficiaries.

  • news

    Cybersecurity and Health Care Bankruptcy: Where the Concern Lies

    Leslie A. Berkoff | November 24, 2017

    Leslie A. Berkoff writes: Over the past six months, cybersecurity attacks have increased around the globe, many of which have specifically impacted the health care industry.

  • news

    Court Denies Coverage Under Reps and Warranties Policy

    Howard B. Epstein and Theodore A. Keyes | November 24, 2017

    Corporate Insurance Law columnists Howard B. Epstein and Theodore A. Keyes write: Recently, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin and the Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit issued opinions that addressed the terms of a Reps and Warranties policy governed, according to the policy terms, by New York law.

 

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    EPTL §2-1.5: How and When Can a Donee Acknowledge an Advancement?

    C. Raymond Radigan and Lois Bladykas | November 24, 2017

    In their Trusts and Estates Law column, C. Raymond Radigan and Lois Bladykas write: Making an advancement to a child or other intended beneficiary may be desirable to an individual who wants to provide a monetary benefit now, but does not want the beneficiary to benefit to the detriment of other children or intended beneficiaries.

  • news

    Cybersecurity and Health Care Bankruptcy: Where the Concern Lies

    Leslie A. Berkoff | November 24, 2017

    Leslie A. Berkoff writes: Over the past six months, cybersecurity attacks have increased around the globe, many of which have specifically impacted the health care industry.

  • news

    Court Denies Coverage Under Reps and Warranties Policy

    Howard B. Epstein and Theodore A. Keyes | November 24, 2017

    Corporate Insurance Law columnists Howard B. Epstein and Theodore A. Keyes write: Recently, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin and the Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit issued opinions that addressed the terms of a Reps and Warranties policy governed, according to the policy terms, by New York law.

 
 
 

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