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Spotting an Accidental Franchise (and Why It Matters to You)

Imagine you own a successful business with retail locations in several Southern California cities offering desserts in a unique fun-filled party atmosphere operating under the name Dessert Dreams. A Chicago investor...more

Global Connection - October 2013: International Trade Commission’s “Fast-Track” Pilot Program: Be Prepared For More Speed

In June 2013, the International Trade Commission (“ITC” or “the Commission”) announced that it had launched a pilot program to test whether early rulings on certain dispositive issues in some Section 337 investigations could...more

Global Connection - October 2013

We have written over the years about export control laws and other regulatory controls related to international trade. We have also discussed the comparative advantages that some countries have over others, including the...more

Litigating in California State Court, but Not a Local? Plan for the Procedural Distinctions (Part 2) — Unique Discovery Procedures...

This fourth installment of the “Welcome to California Business Litigation” series—Part 2 in a two-part series dedicated to examining procedural distinctions between California state court civil procedures and Federal...more

Litigating in California State Court, but Not a Local? Plan for the Procedural Distinctions — Pleading and Motion Practice

This is the third in Snell & Wilmer’s series, “Welcome to California Business Litigation.” California business litigation differs substantially from business litigation in most other parts of the United States, particularly...more

Strategies for Fostering Productive Corporate Counsel Relationships in a Cross-Cultural Context

Productive relationships between corporate and outside counsel are essential to efficient management of corporate legal matters. Effective communication is even more important when working with cross-cultural issues and...more

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