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The ideal individual trustee has a wide variety of real world experience and judgment that can only be acquired over decades. Thus, many trustees are middle-aged or older at the start of their tenure. While some people remain...more
A recent decision of the Delaware Supreme Court may be a game changer in the world of stockholder litigation. In ATP Tour, Inc. v. Deutscher Tennis Bund (Del. May 8, 2014), the Delaware Supreme Court addressed the validity of...more
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The franchise model can offer restaurateurs plenty of upside, which is precisely why franchise restaurants blanket the country. As growth vehicles go, however, franchising works better for some concepts than for others. Is...more
One of the incentives that Delaware law offers founders of business entities is the ability to tinker with the fiduciary duties that the managers of the business owe. While the duties owed by corporate...more
The use of limited liability companies, or LLCs, is pervasive in the entertainment industry. Writers, actors, directors and other “talent” often render their creative services through single-member “loan-out” LLCs. Providers...more
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The race is on between the New Jersey Legislature and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Both are considering legislation to permit entrepreneurs to raise funds through equity crowdfunding.
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In Texas, school officials were forced to consider such...more
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On October 21, 2013, Caesars Entertainment Corp. (“Caesars”) announced in its filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission that its subsidiary Desert Palace, Inc. (owner of Caesars Palace) was under investigation for...more
>LABJ Forum -- Go Westwood Angelenos?
>Ian Imrich, Chief Executive, Law Offices of Ian J. Imrich, APC:
"I've been working in Westwood for a decade and visiting longer, and it's not the cat's meow it once was. ...more
On January 15, 2013, Sterling Suffolk Racecourse, LLC (“Applicant” or “SSR”) filed an application for a Category 1 gaming license with the Massachusetts Gaming Commission (“Commission”). The proposed...more
Region C Contenders Have Lingering Process Questions.
The Commission held its 77th open public meeting on September 19. Highlights from the meeting included a discussion regarding Region C. Karen Wells, the...more
Alex Rodriguez Files Lawsuit Against MLB
by Anthony Caruso on October 9, 2013
After several weeks of speculation, New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez announced that he has filed a lawsuit against Major League...more
Do You Know What Day It Is? The Risks and Benefits of the Animal Spokesperson
by Dan Brecher on October 9, 2013
Does Grumpy Cat have more Twitter followers than your business? If so, maybe it’s time for an animal...more
Former Chapel Hill Tutor Indicted in Sports Agent Investigation
by Anthony Caruso on October 7, 2013
A former UNC-Chapel Hill tutor who worked closely with Tar Heels football players has been indicted on charges of...more
Will Yankees Give In To Cano’s $300-Million Contract Request?
by Anthony Caruso on October 4, 2013
New York Yankee's second basemen Robinson Cano is reportedly requesting a record $300-million contract to be spread out...more
Atari Files Reorganization Plan to Exit Bankruptcy
by Joel R. Glucksman on October 4, 2013
Video-game maker Atari, Inc. has filed a reorganization plan in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Manhattan with the support of its...more
EA Sports Enters Into Settlement Agreement With College Athletes
by Anthony Caruso on October 2, 2013
Video game producer Electronic Arts Sports and Collegiate Licensing Company have agreed to pay out roughly $40...more
NCAA Lifts Certain Penn State Sanctions
by Anthony Caruso on September 30, 2013
The National Collegiate Athletic Association recently announced its decision to reduce several of the sanctions it levied against Penn...more
Apple Offers Refunds in Response to “Breaking Bad” Lawsuit
by Dan Brecher on September 27, 2013
Fans of AMC’s hit series “Breaking Bad” will not have to call in “attorney” Saul Goodman after all. Facing a class-action...more
Madison Square Garden Lawsuit May Have Far-Reaching Implications For Sports Industry
by Anthony Caruso on September 25, 2013
Several entertainment companies have been hit with lawsuits lately from unpaid interns...more
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Court Upholds Law Prohibiting Sports Betting in New Jersey
by Anthony Caruso on September 20, 2013
The legalization of sports betting in New Jersey is becoming more bleak, following a court's recent decision to uphold a...more
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