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Your daily dose of financial news The Brief – 5.24.16

Tribune’s not only given a hard “no” to Gannett, but it’s got some new firepower (and capital) on its side thanks to a $70.5 million investment by Nant Capital—a group “founded by Patrick Soon-Shiong, a billionaire who has...more

California Case Deals with Nuisance Lawsuit Intended to Delay Foreclosure

A recent California case provides good precedent for dealing with nuisance lawsuits that are intended to delay valid foreclosures. In Brown v. Deutsche Bank National Trust Company —Cal.Rptr.3d—, 2016 WL 2726229 (May 9, 2016),...more

Ninth Circuit Reverses Holding That Arbitration Clause In Employment Agreement Is Unconscionable

In early April, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals reviewed a lower court’s holding that an arbitration clause in an employment agreement with JP Morgan was procedurally and substantively unconscionable. Because the...more

Employment Law Commentary, April 2016: Kilby V. CVS Pharmacy: The California Supreme Court In The Driver’s Seat Clarifies Seating...

Kilby V. CVS Pharmacy: The California Supreme Court In The Driver’s Seat Clarifies Seating Standards In The Workplace - Most of the California Industrial Welfare Commission’s industry and occupational wage orders...more

Pull up a Chair: California Supreme Court Weighs in on Suitable Seating

To sit or not to sit, that is the question. And now the California Supreme Court has given us an answer. Well, sort of. They have told us how to find the answer. Even that’s a stretch. Pull up a seat and I will...more

Your daily dose of financial news The Brief – 5.4.16

MetLife, accused by regulators of misleading tens of thousands of customers about variable annuities—“a product that retirees seek out for safety,” will pay a $25 million dollar fine for its actions. It’s the second-largest...more

California Supreme Court Tells Employers to Sit a Spell While Courts Review Individual Factors for Suitable Seating

“Shut the door. Have a seat.” The phrase immediately conjures emotions from the recipient. Most likely, life-changing (typically bad) news is about to be imparted. For Mad Men fans, it harkens to the third-season finale when...more

Bridging the Week - April 2016 #4

Swap Execution Facility Alleges in Lawsuit That Banks Conspired to Prevent Its Success: The TeraExchange, a swaps execution facility registered with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, and related entities, brought a...more

The Financial Report - Volume 5, No. 8 - April 2016 (Global)

There are currently only three SEC Commissioners, rather than the normal five. A recent New York Times article discussed what appears to be a logjam in the approval of two apparently highly qualified nominees for the open...more

US Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Jointly Determine that Five US...

The US Federal Reserve Board and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation jointly determined that the 2015 resolution plans of the following five US domestic global systemically important banking organizations are not credible:...more

The California Supreme Court’s Ruling on Suitable Seating – a Legal and Ergonomics Perspective

A recent California Supreme Court ruling provides crucial new guidance on how courts should weigh the evidence in so-called “suitable seating” cases, which employee litigants are bringing under the state requirement that...more

Court of Appeal Rules on “Standing to Challenge Foreclosure” Issues Left Unaddressed by Yvanova

A recent post, California Supreme Court: Borrowers Have Standing to Allege Wrongful Foreclosure Based on Void Assignment of Note, summarized the February 2016 opinion in Yvanova v. New Century Mortgage Corporation. In...more

To Seat, or Not to Seat: That is the Question

Seyfarth Synopsis: Seats must be provided for each location where the work reasonably permits. It started like a bad joke. A cashier and a bank teller walk into a bar—actually, a federal court served by the Bar—and sue...more

Sitting on the Job: When California Employers Must Provide Seats

Employees are entitled to sit at work when the nature of the work reasonably permits the use of seats. On April 4, 2016, the California Supreme Court, in an opinion authored by Justice Carol A. Corrigan, clarified...more

Your daily dose of financial news The Brief – 4.14.16

As promised, the Fed and FDIC have rejected the bankruptcy unwinding plans (or “living wills”) of JPMorgan and 4 other systematically important banks, including Bank of America, Wells Fargo, State Street, and BNY Mellon after...more

Your daily dose of financial news The Brief – 4.13.16

US regulators are reportedly preparing a handful of the US’s biggest banks for news that their living wills (their plans for winding down without a taxpayer bailout in the case of a potential bankruptcy) aren’t going to cut...more

Significant developments in Canadian energy – for the month of March 2016

Conventional - March 9, 2016 – Encana Corporation is exploring the sale of more non-core assets in the United States and Canada that could net proceeds of approximately $1 billion. Encana is open to offers on all of...more

Question #275: Can We Take A Stand On Employees Sitting?

Question: Some of our retail company’s employees in California are demanding chairs to sit in while they work. Management thinks it appears unprofessional to have workers sitting, but I hear the employees might have a legal...more

Labor & Employment Advisory: California Supreme Court Expands “Suitable Seating” Requirements

In an opinion with far-reaching implications for California employers and one that will change the posture of California’s “suitable seating” law, the California Supreme Court recently provided further guidance on how one of...more

California Supreme Court Tells Both Sides to Sit Down

The California Supreme Court's recent decision in Kilby v. CVS Pharmacy/Henderson v. JPMorgan Chase has clarified the state's standards concerning when employers must provide suitable seating to their employees. While the...more

Your daily dose of financial news The Brief – 4.7.16

The DOJ has moved to block the proposed Halliburton/Baker Hughes merger in a Delaware-based federal lawsuit that argues that “combining the two oil field services companies would cut competition in the industry to...more

California Supreme Court Clarifies When Employers Must Provide Employees With Seats

On April 4, 2016, the California Supreme Court issued an opinion with important implications for all California employers. For the first time, the court interpreted the meaning of wage orders promulgated by California’s...more

ERISA Employer Stock-Drop Cases: Clarifying the Standard Post-Dudenhoeffer

A class of current and former employees of JPMorgan Chase & Co. (“JPMorgan”) alleged that JPMorgan breached its duty of prudence under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (“ERISA”) by exposing the participants in its...more

Real Property & Title Insurance Update: Week Ending March 25, 2016

REAL PROPERTY UPDATE - - Ad Valorem Taxation: lessee holding 99-year leasehold interest in unimproved land owned by government entity is not “equitable owner” and thus not liable for ad valorem property taxes pursuant to...more

2015 Georgia Corporation and Business Organization Case Law Developments

This survey covers the legal principles governing Georgia businesses, their management and ownership. It catalogs decisions ruling on issues of corporate, limited liability company and partnership law, as well as transactions...more

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