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[Webinar] Closely Held Family Business Disputes – the Law and Beyond - February 20th, 11:00am CT

by Robins Kaplan LLP on

Tuesday, February 20, 2018, 11:00 A.M. CST -- Closely held business disputes possess elements of garden-variety commercial litigation, and elements of family conflicts (even when the business is not a family business)....more

A Case Doesn't Have To Be "Complex" To Be Designated To The NC Business Court

by Brooks Pierce on

The North Carolina Business Court sent a message to all lawyers practicing in the Business Court last week in Barclift v. Martin, 2018 NCBC 5. Judge Gale said in the ruling that: The Court is publishing this Order &...more

The role of mediation in business and human rights disputes

by DLA Piper on

The United Nations Forum on Business and Human Rights brings together business, governments, civil society and the legal profession to develop thinking and share best practice in this emerging area of law and practice. This...more

Singapore International Arbitration Centre Proposal on Cross-Institution Consolidation Protocol

by WilmerHale on

On 19 December 2017, the Singapore International Arbitration Centre ('SIAC”) released a proposal on cross-institution cooperation for the consolidation of international arbitral proceedings. The innovative proposal envisages...more

A River’s Divide: Time for the Manhattan and Brooklyn Appellate Courts to Agree on Marketability Discount in Fair Value...

by Farrell Fritz, P.C. on

The East River and roughly five miles as the pigeon flies separate the equally beautiful courthouses of the Appellate Division, Second Department in Brooklyn and the Appellate Division, First Department in Manhattan. Because...more

When Does A Business Dispute That Involves A Third Party Remain “Internal” For Purposes Of An Unfair And Deceptive Trade Practice...

by Ellis & Winters LLP on

The North Carolina Business Court has issued several opinions this year that examine the contours of the “internal business affairs” doctrine. As we have explained in prior posts, North Carolina courts have recognized that...more

From majlis to courtroom an interview with Peter Shaw

by Dentons on

Having been a leading construction and engineering lawyer and arbitrator for over 40 years, as well as a prominent figure in the UAE legal landscape for close to two decades, Dentons' Peter Shaw has witnessed the ups and...more

Controversy surrounds UAE Resolution relating to arbitrations

by Dentons on

New law fuels concern in the legal community - The UAE has spent years investing in international arbitration and has become a well-known hub for large scale disputes. The country has developed well-respected and renowned...more

Internal Business Disputes, Third Parties, And Section 75-1.1

by Ellis & Winters LLP on

The reach of N.C. Gen. Stat § 75-1.1 extends to conduct “in or affecting commerce.” Although this phrasing seems broad, courts interpreted it to exempt several types of conduct from the statute’s purview. One recognized...more

An Emerging Trend: ICC Guidance Further Encourages Summary Determination of Unmeritorious Claims in International Arbitration

by White & Case LLP on

The ICC has published new guidance encouraging the use of summary procedures to determine unmeritorious claims and defences. The ICC's move is the latest in a recent trend by arbitral institutions to encourage arbitrators to...more

Alternative Dispute Resolution in England and Wales

by Hogan Lovells on

A guide to mediation and the other main types of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) in England and Wales. Please see full Publication below for more information. ...more

Chancery Declines Confidential Treatment to Nonparty’s Claimed Sensitive Business Info

by Morris James LLP on

American courts have long recognized that the public enjoys a First Amendment right of access to judicial proceedings and records. While forceful, the right is only presumptive, and the public’s interest in access may be...more

Has Rule 11-c Made Nonparties’ Yoke Easy and Burden Light When It Comes to e-Discovery?

by Farrell Fritz, P.C. on

As we have come to expect, the Commercial Division Advisory Council periodically makes recommendations to amend and/or supplement the Rules of the Commercial Division, many of which are eventually adopted following a...more

Court Defines “True Deadlock”

by Farrell Fritz, P.C. on

I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again: for professionals who dwell in the world of LLCs, whether as transactional, tax, or litigation counsel, attending the annual, two-day LLC Institute, sponsored by the LLCs, Partnerships...more

Texas Supreme Court Enforces Forum-Selection Clause In Breach Of Fiduciary Duty Case Arising From A Shareholder Agreement

by Winstead PC on

In Pinto Tech. Ventures, L.P. v. Sheldon, the Texas Supreme Court held that business tort claims, including breach of fiduciary duty, were subject to a forum-selection clause in a shareholders agreement. No. 16-0007, 2017 WL...more

Should You Mediate Your Family-Owned Business Dispute?

by Murtha Cullina on

Disputes between and among owners of family-owned businesses are sometimes unavoidable. When such disputes progress to litigation, they can be extremely costly, time-consuming, and disruptive for the business and its owners....more

Navigating Rocky Shoals and Safe Harbors When Board Members Fix Their Own Compensation

by Farrell Fritz, P.C. on

Board members’ decisions to award compensation packages for themselves can present some thorny issues. In a close corporation, shareholders typically serve as officers and directors, and have a reasonable expectation of...more

La CCI lanza nuevas reglas de Procedimiento Abreviado

by Latham & Watkins LLP on

La Cámara de Comercio Internacional ofrece un nuevo procedimiento de arbitraje más rápido, fácil y simple para disputas de menor cuantía - El pasado 1 de marzo de 2017 entró en vigor el nuevo Reglamento de Arbitraje de la...more

Incorporating By Reference In Your NC Business Court Brief? Don't Do It!

by Brooks Pierce on

If you have ever drafted a Complaint, you have undoubtedly used the words that your previous numbered allegations were "incorporated by reference." It's a way of not having to repeat yourself. That shortcut is specifically...more

The Federal Circuit Grapples With a Messy Breakup and Trademark Ownership

by Dorsey & Whitney LLP on

Last week, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit provided important guidance on the standard applicable to resolving disputes over the rightful ownership of a trademark where the mark has been used by a group of...more

The ICC Launches New Expedited Procedure Rules

by Latham & Watkins LLP on

The International Chamber of Commerce offers a new procedure to provide faster, easier and streamlined arbitration for smaller disputes. On 1 March 2017, the revised International Chamber of Commerce Arbitration Rules (the...more

Litigation Alert - "L.A. Lakers Story: When a Family Feud Disrupts the Family Business"

by Porter Hedges LLP on

A family-owned business brings with it a unique set of issues and complicated family dynamics can often result in major difficulties. Sports franchises are not immune. As the NBA playoffs continue (Go Rockets!), the family...more

The Tennessee Business Court Matures From Start-Up To Growth

by Butler Snow LLP on

In 2015, to much fanfare, the Tennessee Supreme Court created the Davidson County Business Court Pilot Project (“Business Court”). Tennessee joined over half of the states in the union with the establishment of a court...more

Episode 5: Business Divorce, Delaware Style

by Farrell Fritz, P.C. on

The Chancery Court of Delaware is considered by many to be the most influential U.S. court when it comes to business law, mostly due to that state's dominant role as the preferred state of incorporation of publicly held...more

The adoption of institutional arbitration rules and their effect on the right to appeal in domestic arbitrations

by Dentons on

In recent years, it has become increasingly commonplace for commercial parties involved in complex commercial transactions to include an arbitration clause as their chosen dispute resolution mechanism within the terms of the...more

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