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Hans Urlus en Teresa Charatjan geven op 19 september een lezing voor Netlaw over de civiele en mededingingsrechtelijke aspecten van commerciële agentuurovereenkomsten. Hans en Teresa zijn allebei advocaat bij Greenberg Traurig. Meer informatie over deze lezing kan gevonden worden op: http://www.netlawacademy.nl/opleidingen/de-agentuurovereenkomst-civiele-en-mededingingsrechtelijke-aspecten-12-04-2018.…
Hans Urlus, Teresa Charatjan en Jacomijn Christ hebben een nieuwe druk geschreven van de eerder door Kluwer uitgegeven publicatie ‘De Agentuurovereenkomst’. Het boek focust op aspecten van Nederlands en Europees materieel agentuurrecht en op de mededingingsrechtelijke aspecten van de agentuurovereenkomst. Hans, Teresa en Jacomijn zijn advocaat bij Greenberg Traurig.…
Greenberg Traurig’s Gene Livingston, shareholder and chair of the Proposition 65 & Green Chemistry Practice, will be chairing Prop. 65 Clearinghouse’s 13th Annual Prop. 65 Conference at the Julia Morgan Ballroom in San Francisco. The Conference will take place on Monday, Sept. 24. According to the organization, attendees will be privy to hands-on advice from government, industry, and plaintiff organizations. The conference will include panels on the impact of OEHHA’s changes to the Prop.…
Ian R. Macdonald and Kristen W. Ng were recently featured in an article on The LexBlog Network titled, “Third Time’s a Charm? Greenberg Traurig’s Team Breaks down Trump’s Latest Travel Ban.” In this Q&A, Macdonald and Ng explore the third version of the Trump Administration’s travel ban and what it means for employers and employees going forward, including next steps for those affected and a forecast on what’s to come. To read the…
Global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP advised the developer of the Six Senses Formosa Bay Resort planned for Rio Grande Do Norte, Brazil. The firm acted as international hospitality counsel, in cooperation with Brazilian law firm Koury Lopes Advogados.  The Formosa Bay Resort is to be managed by Six Senses, which operates resorts worldwide. According to the developer, an entity owned by international businessman Greg Hajdarowicz, the resort will be one of Six Senses’s first…
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Greenberg Traurig Shareholder, Todd Steinberg, was recently quoted in Forbes where he discusses, in particular, the estate tax repeal. The article is in response to recently issued bill, H.R.1, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Acts, and addresses the potential legislative tax law changes on the horizon.  Steinberg reminds readers this is proposed legislation and there may be changes before it is passed and signed into law.  To read the full article, click here.  …
Shareholder Jerrold Goldberg, with the assistance of Practice Group Attorney Melanie Sarver, recently published an article in Law360 discussing the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). The FLSA requires the payment of overtime to all employees unless their work fits within one of the statute’s exemptions. The burden of proof for establishing that an FLSA exemption applies to a particular position rests with the employer, and the exemptions are narrowly construed against employers seeking to assert…