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  1. Self-executing discharge exception may save $2.3 billion whistleblower suit against reorganized debtor

    USA - April 17 2014

    In a matter of first impression, the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York recently held that former employees of a

  2. Federal court rules “loyalty discounts” do not violate antitrust laws unless below-cost

    USA - April 22 2014

    The United States District Court for the District of New Jersey recently rejected an antitrust plaintiff's challenge to "loyalty-discount" contracts

  3. How high should your high water mark be?

    USA - August 19 2010

    In the wake of the recent financial crisis, many hedge funds are still struggling to climb back to their "high water marks" - the prior highest point of profitability, or the prior highest net asset value ("NAV"), of a hedge fund

  4. Delaware LLLPs: a viable option for private investment funds?

    USA - August 19 2010

    Historically, private investment funds (such as onshore hedge funds and private equity funds) have relied on the limited partnership as the primary organizational form of choice, despite the existence of a number of different organizational forms through which a private investment fund could, in theory, conduct its activities

  5. ISDA publishes close-out amount protocol

    Global - March 5 2009

    On February 27, 2009, the International Swaps and Derivatives Association, Inc. (“ISDA”) published the ISDA Close-out Amount Protocol (“Protocol”) to enable parties to certain 1992 ISDA Master Agreements (“1992 ISDA Agreement”) to amend the terms of those agreements on a multilateral basis to reflect the single measure of damages calculation upon early termination used in the ISDA 2002 Master Agreement (“2002 ISDA Agreement”

  1. Federal court rules “loyalty discounts” do not violate antitrust laws unless below-cost

    USA - April 22 2014

    The United States District Court for the District of New Jersey recently rejected an antitrust plaintiff's challenge to "loyalty-discount" contracts

  2. T-Mobile challenges rivals to drop overage fees

    USA - April 18 2014

    T-Mobile US solidified its reputation as the maverick among the four national wireless carriers as it confirmed plans to abandon the standard

  3. Wireless carriers, manufacturers announce smartphone anti-theft initiative

    USA - April 18 2014

    Five major carriers represented by wireless association CTIA joined a host of mobile device makers on Monday in agreeing to provide a free "baseline

  4. Vodafone strikes $1.5 billion deal for full control of Indian wireless unit

    India, United Kingdom, USA - April 18 2014

    With the goal of gaining full control of its Indian wireless subsidiary, Vodafone has agreed to pay US$1.48 billion for the 11 Vodafone India (VI

  5. Telefonica offers concessions to win EC approval of E-Plus merger

    USA - April 18 2014

    To alleviate regulatory concerns over its proposed $11.8 billion merger with KPN's E-Plus unit, Telefonica has offered the European Commission (EC