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Risk management is important for any business let alone a startup in a developing industry, but it takes on a whole new meaning for cannabis companies looking to make theirContinue Reading
Fresenius As “Event Driven” Litigation; The Delaware Supreme Court Rapidly Affirms the Trial Court Ruling That Fresenius Properly Invoked the Material Adverse Event Clause
Over the last couple of years, defense oriented commentators have used the meme “event driven securities litigation” as part of complaining about the increasing volume of class action litigation. FromContinue Reading
Yes, there is medical malpractice as to genomic information. The first real study on the topic is from ASU’s Gary Marchant (PhD in genetics and lawyer/law professor) and Rachel LindorContinue Reading
NC Business Court Steps Into Uncharted Territory On Advancement And Indemnification For Corporate Officers
Lost amidst all of the turmoil surrounding the dramatic swings in the value of digital currencies is that the original idea for these digital assets is that they might actuallyContinue Reading
The Exploration and Production (E&P) basins usually mature in about 20-30 years. What is left after the prolonged E&P phase are the abandoned installations and wells (onland), sub-seaContinue Reading
Delaware Court Grapples With Enforcement of Choice of Law Provisions in Restrictive Covenant Agreements
When implementing restrictive covenant agreements in their workforces, companies often grapple with how best to handle the wide variation in the law from one state to the other. One solutionContinue Reading
There is a tension in Government Contracting: How does a contractor adequately protect its rights given the day-to-day realities of working with its Government Customer? It is not uncommon forContinue Reading
- Emerging technology sectors are being reviewed now for new export controls that could take effect in 2019 (list below).
- You may submit comments on the criteria the
The October issue of the journal Science features a series of short articles highlighting a database containing a list of more than 18,000 scientific papers and conference abstracts that haveContinue Reading
From low productivity to the death of citizens by overwork, Japan’s labor practices have long maintained a complicated relationship with the country’s workforce. The problem of death by overwork isContinue Reading
Louisiana Supreme Court Rules Act 109 Limitations on the Credit for Taxes Paid to Other States are Unconstitutional, Creating a Potential Refund Opportunity for Certain Taxpayers
Listen to the Daily Journal Podcast Interview of David E. Mastagni Regarding the California Supreme Court Pension Cases
The California Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Cal Fire, the first of a series of pension cases before the court on December 5, 2018. The Daily Journal’s Brian CardileContinue Reading
- Oregon case law analyzing and implementing the state’s animal cruelty statute.
- Louisiana Supreme Court Rules Act 109 Limitations on the Credit for Taxes Paid to Other States are Unconstitutional, Creating a Potential Refund Opportunity for Certain Taxpayers
- IL Work Comp – Is My Knee Replacement Surgery Covered?