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Construction Law Practice Tip: An Accepted Subcontractor Bid May Not be Enforceable Unless it Satisfies the Statute of Frauds

USA - March 17 2017 A general contractor (“GC”) relies on a subcontractor’s written bid to win a project. The subcontractor then withdraws its bid, forcing the GC to hire

Recent litigation and court cases affecting the oil and gas upstream business

USA - May 20 2013 This paper will focus on recent legal developments in the courthouse, legislation and regulatory bodies in the upstream sector of the oil

You Can’t Stifle Consumer Reviews: Complying with the Consumer Review Fairness Act

USA - March 13 2017 As of March 14, 2017, the recently enacted Consumer Review Fairness Act (the “Act”)1 will prohibit “gag clauses” - contract provisions that prohibit

Litigating exclusive use clauses in shopping centers

USA - April 1 2009 Shopping centers are unique in that they are made up of an amalgamation of different tenants existing in an almost symbiotic relationship

Applying Blockchain Tech to Medical Records for Improved Security and Access

USA - February 15 2017 The technology that forms the foundation for digital currencies like Bitcoin could be the technology that provides unprecedented security for and

Construction Law Practice Tip: An Accepted Subcontractor Bid May Not be Enforceable Unless it Satisfies the Statute of Frauds

USA - March 17 2017 A general contractor (“GC”) relies on a subcontractor’s written bid to win a project. The subcontractor then withdraws its bid, forcing the GC to hire

Employer Compliance in an Era of Heightened Immigration Enforcement: The IMAGE Program

USA - March 16 2017 In February 2017, Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly issued two memoranda providing guidance on the recent Executive Order entitled "Border

The Covenants May Not Run, but Sabine’s Ruling Won’t Hide

USA - March 15 2017 In the most recent ruling arising from the now infamous Sabine case (In re Sabine Oil & Gas Corp., 547 BR 66 (Bankr. SDNY 2016)), in which New York

You Can’t Stifle Consumer Reviews: Complying with the Consumer Review Fairness Act

USA - March 13 2017 As of March 14, 2017, the recently enacted Consumer Review Fairness Act (the “Act”)1 will prohibit “gag clauses” - contract provisions that prohibit

Paxton v. City of Dallas: Attorney-Client Privilege and Missed Deadlines Under the TPIA

USA - March 9 2017 The TPIA establishes a presumption of access to government information but also carves out certain exceptions to the public-disclosure requirement