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Ross Adler

Guarantor's "Sham Guaranty" Defense Harder To Prove

A recent case has reaffirmed lenders’ ability to require personal guarantees from principals of borrowing entities. In California Bank & Trust v. Lawlor, a California appellate court considered the enforceability of guaranties…more

Affirmative Action, Borrowers, Fraud, Guaranty Claims, Lenders

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Michaeline Correa

Guarantor's "Sham Guaranty" Defense Harder To Prove

A recent case has reaffirmed lenders’ ability to require personal guarantees from principals of borrowing entities. In California Bank & Trust v. Lawlor, a California appellate court considered the enforceability of guaranties…more

Affirmative Action, Borrowers, Fraud, Guaranty Claims, Lenders

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Cathryn Gawne

Reconsidering Disclosure: Will the SEC Shake Up the System?

Summary: Directors and officers bear potential liability for their company’s failure to comply with disclosure requirements. These required disclosures have become more and more complex – to the point where they are almost…more

Compliance, Disclosure Requirements, Enforcement, JOBS Act, Mary Jo White

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Gail Hashimoto

Reconsidering Disclosure: Will the SEC Shake Up the System?

Summary: Directors and officers bear potential liability for their company’s failure to comply with disclosure requirements. These required disclosures have become more and more complex – to the point where they are almost…more

Compliance, Disclosure Requirements, Enforcement, JOBS Act, Mary Jo White

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Mark Heyl

Guarantor's "Sham Guaranty" Defense Harder To Prove

A recent case has reaffirmed lenders’ ability to require personal guarantees from principals of borrowing entities. In California Bank & Trust v. Lawlor, a California appellate court considered the enforceability of guaranties…more

Affirmative Action, Borrowers, Fraud, Guaranty Claims, Lenders

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Shirley Jackson

Employment Law Advisory for March 5, 2014: San Francisco Follows Emerging Trend, Restricts Use of Criminal Records by Employers

On February 17, 2014, San Francisco passed a new law, the Fair Chance Ordinance, that follows an emerging trend and restricts an employer’s ability to seek and utilize information regarding the criminal records of applicants and…more

Arrest and Conviction Records, Ban the Box, Criminal Background Checks, EEOC, Employment Application

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Clarence Kellogg

Reconsidering Disclosure: Will the SEC Shake Up the System?

Summary: Directors and officers bear potential liability for their company’s failure to comply with disclosure requirements. These required disclosures have become more and more complex – to the point where they are almost…more

Compliance, Disclosure Requirements, Enforcement, JOBS Act, Mary Jo White

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Erik P. Khoobyarian

Employment Law Advisory for March 5, 2014: San Francisco Follows Emerging Trend, Restricts Use of Criminal Records by Employers

On February 17, 2014, San Francisco passed a new law, the Fair Chance Ordinance, that follows an emerging trend and restricts an employer’s ability to seek and utilize information regarding the criminal records of applicants and…more

Arrest and Conviction Records, Ban the Box, Criminal Background Checks, EEOC, Employment Application

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Stephen J. Kottmeier

Guarantor's "Sham Guaranty" Defense Harder To Prove

A recent case has reaffirmed lenders’ ability to require personal guarantees from principals of borrowing entities. In California Bank & Trust v. Lawlor, a California appellate court considered the enforceability of guaranties…more

Affirmative Action, Borrowers, Fraud, Guaranty Claims, Lenders

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Ernest M. Malaspina

Employment Law Advisory for March 5, 2014: San Francisco Follows Emerging Trend, Restricts Use of Criminal Records by Employers

On February 17, 2014, San Francisco passed a new law, the Fair Chance Ordinance, that follows an emerging trend and restricts an employer’s ability to seek and utilize information regarding the criminal records of applicants and…more

Arrest and Conviction Records, Ban the Box, Criminal Background Checks, EEOC, Employment Application

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Anthony McCarthy

Reconsidering Disclosure: Will the SEC Shake Up the System?

Summary: Directors and officers bear potential liability for their company’s failure to comply with disclosure requirements. These required disclosures have become more and more complex – to the point where they are almost…more

Compliance, Disclosure Requirements, Enforcement, JOBS Act, Mary Jo White

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Richard M. Noack

Employment Law Advisory for March 5, 2014: San Francisco Follows Emerging Trend, Restricts Use of Criminal Records by Employers

On February 17, 2014, San Francisco passed a new law, the Fair Chance Ordinance, that follows an emerging trend and restricts an employer’s ability to seek and utilize information regarding the criminal records of applicants and…more

Arrest and Conviction Records, Ban the Box, Criminal Background Checks, EEOC, Employment Application

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Liam O'Connor

Guarantor's "Sham Guaranty" Defense Harder To Prove

A recent case has reaffirmed lenders’ ability to require personal guarantees from principals of borrowing entities. In California Bank & Trust v. Lawlor, a California appellate court considered the enforceability of guaranties…more

Affirmative Action, Borrowers, Fraud, Guaranty Claims, Lenders

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Daniel F. Pyne III

Employment Law Advisory for March 5, 2014: San Francisco Follows Emerging Trend, Restricts Use of Criminal Records by Employers

On February 17, 2014, San Francisco passed a new law, the Fair Chance Ordinance, that follows an emerging trend and restricts an employer’s ability to seek and utilize information regarding the criminal records of applicants and…more

Arrest and Conviction Records, Ban the Box, Criminal Background Checks, EEOC, Employment Application

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Karen Reinhold

Employment Law Advisory for March 5, 2014: San Francisco Follows Emerging Trend, Restricts Use of Criminal Records by Employers

On February 17, 2014, San Francisco passed a new law, the Fair Chance Ordinance, that follows an emerging trend and restricts an employer’s ability to seek and utilize information regarding the criminal records of applicants and…more

Arrest and Conviction Records, Ban the Box, Criminal Background Checks, EEOC, Employment Application

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Jay Ross

Guarantor's "Sham Guaranty" Defense Harder To Prove

A recent case has reaffirmed lenders’ ability to require personal guarantees from principals of borrowing entities. In California Bank & Trust v. Lawlor, a California appellate court considered the enforceability of guaranties…more

Affirmative Action, Borrowers, Fraud, Guaranty Claims, Lenders

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Lloyd Schmidt

Reconsidering Disclosure: Will the SEC Shake Up the System?

Summary: Directors and officers bear potential liability for their company’s failure to comply with disclosure requirements. These required disclosures have become more and more complex – to the point where they are almost…more

Compliance, Disclosure Requirements, Enforcement, JOBS Act, Mary Jo White

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Peter Stone

Reconsidering Disclosure: Will the SEC Shake Up the System?

Summary: Directors and officers bear potential liability for their company’s failure to comply with disclosure requirements. These required disclosures have become more and more complex – to the point where they are almost…more

Compliance, Disclosure Requirements, Enforcement, JOBS Act, Mary Jo White

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