Pryor Cashman LLP

Open Source Issues in Mergers & Acquisitions

According to Ernst & Young’s Global Technology M&A Update: October-December 2014, global merger and acquisition deals in the technology sector are achieving post-dotcom-bubble records. Deal volume continues to grow, reaching 959…more
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California's Paid Sick Leave Law Takes Effect

All California employers must provide employees with at least 24 hours, or 3 days, of paid sick leave annually under the Healthy Workplaces, Healthy Families Act of 2014 starting on July 1, 2015. However, employers must now…more
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Termination Rights and the ‘Ninja’ Turtles

Stephen Rodner has authored this New York Law Journal article. Performing rights in pre-1972 sound recordings are presently the subject of several court cases and as a result of copyright termination rights, copyright…more
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Indemnification Provisions in Hotel Management Agreements

Partner Todd Soloway, head of Pryor Cashman’s Real Estate Litigation Practice, along with partner Joshua Bernstein authored the New York Law Journal article entitled “Indemnification Provisions in Hotel Management Agreements.”…more
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Important Changes To New York’s Wage Notice Law

Important changes have been made to New York’s Wage Theft Prevention Act (“WTPA”) that affect every New York State employer. The WTPA requires that employers provide notice to employees of information concerning their wages at…more
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Second Circuit Decision In Madoff Case Limits Avoidance Of Securities-Related Transfers As Fraudulent Transfers

Partner Richard Levy, Jr., Co-Chair of the Bankruptcy, Reorganization and Creditors’ Rights Group, has authored an important Legal Update discussing the Second Circuit’s long awaited ruling on the scope of the SIPA Trustee’s…more
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Should an Estate Professional Be Paid for Defending Fees?

Partner Seth H. Lieberman and Associate Patrick Sibley authored the article, "Should An Estate Professional Be Paid For Defending Fees?" which was the lead story in the New York Law Journal's Corporate Restructuring and…more
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Enforcement Trends Change the Dynamics of Internal Investigations

Partner Jeffrey Alberts and Associate Eric Dowell have authored the article, "Enforcement Trends Change the Dynamics of Internal Investigations," which ran in the special White Collar Crime section of the New York Law Journal…more
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Enforceability of Indefinite Terms in Real Estate Contracts

Partner Todd Soloway, head of Pryor Cashman’s Real Estate Litigation Practice, along with partner Joshua Bernstein and associate Eric Dowell, authored the New York Law Journal article entitled “Enforceability of Indefinite Terms…more
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Protection of Hotel Guest Data and Personal Information

Partner Todd Soloway, head of Pryor Cashman’s Real Estate Litigation Practice, partner Joshua Bernstein and associate Jared Newman, authored the New York Law Journal article “Protection of Hotel Guest Data and Personal…more
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Ownership of Hotel Guest Data Upon New Management

Partner Todd Soloway, head of Pryor Cashman’s Real Estate Litigation Group, and partner Joshua Bernstein, authored the New York Law Journal article "Ownership of Hotel Guest Data Upon New Management." The article examines…more
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The Enforceability of Letters of Intent

Partner Todd Soloway, head of Pryor Cashman’s Real Estate Litigation Group, and partner Joshua Bernstein authored “The Enforceability of Letters of Intent,” which was published in the New York Law Journal. Letters of intent are…more
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Here Comes the Crowd: SEC Proposes Crowdfunding Rules

On October 23, 2013, the Securities and Exchange Commission proposed new rules – knows as “Regulation Crowdfunding” – that would implement a new equity crowdfunding exemption under the federal securities laws. Counsel Michael T…more
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Pay Ratio Disclosure Rules Finally Proposed by the SEC

On September 18, 2013, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) proposed amendments to Item 402 of Regulation S-K. The purpose of the amendments is to implement the chief executive officer pay ratio disclosure requirements…more
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Reminder to Employers: Affordable Care Act Requires Employers To Send Notice of Health Care Marketplace Exchanges To Employees

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (“PPACA”) requires most U.S. employers to provide all current employees with notices about evaluating and purchasing health insurance coverage by October 1, 2013, and to provide…more
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