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Blog: SEC, Amnesty And Others File Briefs In Support Of Upholding The Conflict Minerals Disclosure Requirement

In November, the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals granted the petitions of the SEC and Amnesty International for panel rehearing in connection with the conflict minerals case, National Association of Manufacturers, Inc. v. SEC....more

D.C. Circuit to Rehear Conflict Minerals Case

On November 18, 2014, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit granted the SEC’s motion to rehear the court’s decision in NAM v. SEC. As covered in previous blog posts, the court’s NAM decision held that portions of...more

Blog: D.C. Circuit grants petition for panel rehearing of conflict minerals case

The D.C. Circuit court of Appeals has granted the petitions of the SEC and Amnesty International for panel rehearing (and the motion of Amnesty to file a supplemental brief) in connection with the conflict minerals case,...more

Panel to Rehear Conflict Minerals Case

The United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia has granted the petition for a panel rehearing (as opposed to an en banc rehearing) in the conflict minerals case. The court asked the parties to file briefs...more

Securities Class Action Dismissed Where Information Was Publicly Available

The US District Court for the Western District of Washington recently dismissed a securities fraud class action against Zillow, Inc. and named officers and directors, holding that the material omissions plaintiff alleged were...more

Securities Regulation Radar: Top Topics in New York

On July 16, the New York State Bar Association’s Securities Regulation Committee held a meeting to discuss three of the recent developments in securities regulation. The first discussion focused on the Supreme Court’s June...more

Bernstein Shur Business and Commercial Litigation Newsletter #41

We are pleased to present the 41st edition of the Bernstein Shur Business and Commercial Litigation Newsletter. This month, we highlight recent Supreme Court cases that address securities class actions, copyright law, and...more

This Article Will Self-Destruct: Your Employee’s Use of These ESI-Destroying Apps Could Subject You to Sanctions

In This Issue: - Can You Keep a Secret? There’s an App for That - Do Snapchat or Confide Produce “Documents” in the Eyes of the Law? What about Evidence? - Implications on Securities Fraud and Employment Issues...more

What Do Intrastate Crowdfunding and Peep Shows Have in Common?

As a corporate lawyer, I hate subjective standards. Give me a yes or no answer, a bright-line test, a set of rules to follow—anything to help me advise my client on how to get the deal done with as little risk as possible....more

SEC Administrative Law Judge Bars Investment Manager for Misrepresenting GIPS Compliance

On May 27, 2014, an administrative law judge (ALJ) found ZPR Investment Management, Inc. (ZPRIM) and its former owner, Max Zavanelli, to have violated the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 for publishing misleading...more

Network Interference: A Legal Guide to the Commercial Risks and Rewards of the Social Media Phenomenon (3rd Edition)

In this edition: - Introduction - Advertising & Marketing - Brand Protection & Reputational Management - Copyright (EU) - Copyright (U.S.) - Data Privacy & Security -...more

Bernstein Shur Business and Commercial Litigation Newsletter #28

We are pleased to present the 28th edition of the Bernstein Shur Business and Commercial Litigation Newsletter. This month, we highlight cases that address cloud-computing contacts as the basis for jurisdiction, clarification...more

Delaware Supreme Court Upholds Collateral Estoppel in Multiforum Litigation

The Delaware Supreme Court recently held that the dismissal of a shareholder derivative suit by a California federal court had a preclusive effect on a substantially similar suit pending in the Delaware Chancery Court against...more

Delaware Supreme Court Says No To Botox And No To Multi-Forum Litigation: Court Dismisses Derivative Suit Against Botox-Maker...

In a recent decision, the Delaware Supreme Court reversed the Court of Chancery in Pyott, et al. v. Louisiana Mun. Police Emp. Ret. Sys., et al., holding that a derivative suit against Botox-maker Allergan, Inc. should be...more

Corporate and Financial Weekly Digest - January 25, 2013

In this issue: - CBOE Proposes to Amend Preferred Market Maker’s Continuous Quoting Obligations - FATCA Regulations Are Finalized - CFTC to Host Roundtable on “Futurization” of Swaps - CFTC Amends Order of...more

Supreme Court Fails To Bite At Bulldog And Oxfam America Sues The SEC

Supreme Court says “no” to Bulldog In March, I wrote that the Bulldog group of funds had asked the United States Supreme Court to determine the constitutionality of Massachusetts’ ban on general solicitations in...more

California State Teachers Retirment System v. Blankenship, et al.

West Virginia Supreme Court Order denying Preliminary Injunction in Massey - Alpha merger case, but also refusing to seal certain...

The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals issued an Order denying Massey shareholders' request for a Preliminary Injunction to challenge the merger of Massey and Alpha Natural Resources. The parties had also sought to seal...more

California State Teachers Retirement System v Blankenship, et al.

NPR and the Charleston Gazette's Opposition to Motion to Seal Record in Massey - Alpha merger case

National Public Radio (NPR) and the Charleston Gazette filed this Opposition to a Motion to Seal the Record in a case brought by shareholders of Massey Energy Company seeking to block the sale of Massey to Alpha Natural...more

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