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By Bruce Love | June 21, 2021
Brian Hail's addition at Crowell comes just two months after the firm absorbed a New York transactional boutique. And the firm isn't done hiring yet.
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By ALM Staff | June 19, 2021
Read the complaint.
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By Bruce Love | June 18, 2021
Several lawyers said they expect the FTC to take a much more expansive view of antitrust law, bringing in more law firm business.
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By Michael A. Mora | June 18, 2021
"The will of the voters got shortchanged, but the proposed amendment was flawed enough that the court ultimately landed on the right decision," said Sean Coyle, a partner at Fox Rothschild.
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By Marcia Coyle | Jacqueline Thomsen | June 18, 2021
"This recent decision underscores that Texas and Louisiana cannot establish standing here," a Biden DOJ official told a federal court of a GOP lawsuit challenging an immigration policy.
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By Cedra Mayfield | June 18, 2021
The appellate decision reversed a trial court ruling that denied the landlord's attempt to have the court throw out the case against him.
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By Muhammad U. Faridi, Jacqueline L. Bonneau, Wolete Moko and Nadav D. Ben-Zur | June 18, 2021
The 'Yellowstone' injunction tolls a tenant's time to cure an alleged default while the tenant pursues a legal determination as to whether cure is in fact required under the terms of the lease. This article provides an overview of the key legal considerations in obtaining or defending against a 'Yellowstone' injunction.
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By David L. Axelrod and Hannah L. Welsh | June 18, 2021
To many this will come as a complete surprise, but there is no federal law that explicitly outlaws insider trading. Rather, for decades the SEC and the Department of Justice, with the endorsement of federal judges, have used the general securities fraud statutes to patch together a complex and problematic insider trading common law.
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By Linda A. Thompson | June 18, 2021
The European Commission had asked the court to order the company to deliver 120 million doses by the end of June, and its entire promised shipment of 300 million doses by the end of September.
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By Ben Rubinowitz and Evan Torgan | June 18, 2021
In this edition of their Trial Advocacy column, Ben Rubinowitz and Evan Torgan explore effective lines of questioning for voir dire. If conducted properly, not only will the information gleaned during voir dire inform a lawyer's decision of whether or not to challenge that juror, but additionally, it will offer valuable information that can be used effectively to emphasize points during the course of trial.
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