Do Employers Have to Pay For All Time Worked?
Do I need an attorney if I am buying or selling a business?
Corcoran: Infighting on Compensation Costs BigLaw Time and Money
Conducting Corporate Internal Investigations
Zimmermann: "Two Class" Partnership Culture Emerging in BigLaw
Appel: Corporate Inversions Could Mean Big Tax Bills For Shareholders
Hedge Funds Word of the Day™ – Accelerated Share Repurchase
Data Privacy: The Next Frontier of Corporate Compliance
Planning For The Exit – What’s Your Exit Strategy?
Hedge Funds Word of the Day™ – CFTC
What are the Implications of Alice v. CLS?
What Questions CEOs and Board Members Should Be Asking Themselves About Tax Inversions
Hedge Funds Word of the Day™ – Derivative
Legal Considerations for Web-Based Start-Ups
After SoundCloud & Wunderlist: How Berlin plans to grow its startup scene
Hedge funds word of the day™ – Big Boy Letter
How Leading Philippine Companies are Using Bonds to Their Advantage
Hedge Funds Word of the Day™ – 10b5-1 Plan
Private Equity's Inversion Excursion: Pepper Hamilton Talks Tax With the Deal
What Does the Supreme Court Ruling in Alice v. CLS Mean to a Software Entrepreneur?
Attorney Dominic Picca, Member of Mintz Levin's Litigation Practice, discusses the strategic advantages of settlement versus litigation....more
In this memorandum opinion, the Delaware Court of Chancery stayed an action for advancement of legal fees and expenses, ruling that provisions in four separate agreements, when viewed together, demonstrated the parties’...more
International commercial arbitration is the most common method for resolving disputes arising from agreements between businesses in different countries. In this detailed presentation, Igor Ellyn, QC, an experienced...more
Commercial Arbitration is a process which depends on the consent of the parties. Only parties to the arbitration agreement can be affected by the arbitrator's award. In this article, the authors review a recent judgment of...more
Traditional litigation or ADR...in collection cases the goal is always the shortest route to the collecion of money, at the least cost to client. Some of the considerations in this article may assist....more
Denial of Discovery Motion Because of No Certification that Parties Attempted to Confer and Resolve There Dispute in Good Faith...more
In this issue:
..FINRA to Require Firms to Designate a Super Account Administrator
..CBOE and CHX Amend Rules to Prohibit Broker Discretionary Voting on Director Elections and Other Matters
The pendulum may finally be swinging back. Recent court opinions, as discussed below, reveal a more guarded approach toward the once heralded arbitration process, as evidenced by judges’ greater willingness to vacate...more
When shareholders, officers and directors disagree about how a business should be run, its future could be at stake. For many shareholders in medium-sized and small private businesses, the their shares are their and most...more
This article, published in July 2009, discusses key issues affecting disputes among shareholders of private corporations in Ontario, Canada. The authors, Igor Ellyn and Orie Niedzviecki, both of Ellyn Law LLP Business...more
There are differences between arbitration and litigation: An arbitrator has no authority to order an in camera review of information protected by the attorney-client privilege, the absolute work-product doctrine or the...more
How Final Are Arbitration Awards?
The answer may surprise you.
For years, contractual arbitration awards have been subject to limited judicial review. Indeed, under State and Federal law, such awards could be challenged...more
Now that arbitration has matured, is it still the economical, efficient service its proponents claim it to be? The answer is decidedly mixed. Costs of arbitration have risen to the point where it can be more expensive than a...more
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