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"I've been watching what they've been doing in sports, entertainment and media, and high-stakes litigation, and thought it'd be exciting to go back to the bigger global platform," Hans Hertell said. "When I thought, in my career, I'd be going more boutique, I found that as I've grown my practice I've needed a more global platform to grow my own career and my client base."
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This article highlights the recent SEC decision regarding NFT enforcement and discusses how, by treating NFTs as securities, it appears to be taking a legal position that could sweep a variety of products that never have been viewed as securities.
Keller v. Steep Hill, Inc.
Publication Date: September 11, 2023Industries:Corporate GovernancePractice Area:AgricultureConsultingConsumer ProductsCourt: Court of ChanceryJudge: Vice Chancellor ZurnAttorneys:For plaintiff: Bruce E. Jameson, Eric J. Juray, Jason W. Rigby, Robert B. Lackey, Prickett, Jones & Elliott, P.A., Wilmington, DE; Thomas H. Vidal, Shamar Toms-Anthony, Pryor Cashman LLP, Los Angeles, CA for plaintiff.For defendant: David A. Felice, Bailey & Glasser, LLP, Wilmington, DE; Evan W. Bolla, Megan Dubatowka, Harris St. Laurent & Wechsler LLP, New York, NY for defendant.Case number: 2022-0098-MTZ
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Pryor Cashman announced that Paul E. Van Horn and Erica Howard-Potter have joined the firm as partners in the trusts and estates practice and private client group in its New York office; Potter Anderson & Corroon announced that Lauren E.M. Russell has joined the firm as a partner in the labor and employment group.
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Ten lawyers have landed as shareholders at Segal McCambridge. Additionally, the firm's Pittsburgh-based higher education chair joined Ogletree Deakins, while several New York partners have moved to Pryor Cashman and Gordon Rees.