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By Avalon Zoppo | January 21, 2022
"The practice of regularly approving third-party releases and the related concerns about forum shopping call into question the public confidence in the manner that these cases are being handled by the Bankruptcy Court in the Richmond Division," U.S. District Judge David Novak wrote.
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By Craig R. Tractenberg | January 21, 2022
Perhaps not so surprisingly, many U.S. companies are going overseas to license or franchise their brands. Franchisors have prospered in the United States during the pandemic if they could exploit omni-channel distribution.
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By John Seewer and Andrew Welsh-Huggins | January 21, 2022
Lawmakers have been urging House and Senate leaders to fully fund a law meant to address the semiconductor chip shortage.
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By Ellen Bardash | January 19, 2022
Several questions centered on policy language barring coverage for claims that are "the same as or related to" each other, not necessarily identical.
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By Francis G.X. Pileggi, Ciro C. Poppiti III and Cheneise V. Wright | January 19, 2022
This year's list focuses, with some exceptions, on the unsung heroes among the many decisions that have not already been widely discussed by the mainstream press or legal trade publications. Links are also provided below to the actual court decisions and longer summaries.
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By Tasha Norman | January 14, 2022
"The best thing you can do for others as you ascend the mountain is make sure that you are carrying others with you along the way."
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By Barry M. Klayman and Mark E. Felger | January 12, 2022
The Supreme Court held that the trustee should be substituted for the nominal defendant and realigned as the plaintiff in the Chancery Action to enable him to pursue the derivative claims previously asserted by the plaintiff in the Chancery Action.
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By Michael B. Gonen | January 12, 2022
Because the state Legislature has acted in the intervening time, the decision calls into doubt the validity of certain provisions of Delaware's corporate tax laws.
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