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  1. Commercial landlord citing lease terms to prevent stores from closing on Thanksgiving day

    USA - November 12 2014

    It's rare that an ordinary commercial lease term can make national news, at least indirectly. Some higher-profile stores are bucking the Holiday

  2. Minimizing antitrust risk in M&A transactions

    USA - November 12 2014

    For any company looking to enter into a merger or acquisition, the laundry list of necessary pre-closing tasks can start to add up. But, just as

  3. Contaminated oysters in Virginia restaurant enough for jurisdiction under "stream of commerce" test

    USA - November 13 2014

    Contaminated oysters served at a Roanoke restaurant were placed in the "stream of commerce" by a Connecticut seafood supplier, and thus served as the

  4. NPE tough talk promising litigation against Comcast becomes self-fulfilling prophecy

    USA - February 28 2014

    Comcast Cable Communications, LLC ("Comcast") initiated a declaratory judgment action relating to the following three patents owned by Eclipse IP LLC

  5. Are ACO's much different than HMO's?

    USA - November 27 2013

    Greg Freeman, in Media Health Leaders, brings us up to speed on Accountable Care Organizations... Accountable care organizations are a "fad" and

  1. Georgia district courts gain four judges -- three in the Northern District and one in the Middle District

    USA - November 19 2014

    In votes held last night and last Thursday, the U.S. Senate confirmed four judicial appointees for the Georgia district courts, a welcome sight for

  2. N.C. Appellate Court speaks on attorney fee recovery law applicable to local governments

    USA - November 19 2014

    In 2011, the North Carolina General Assembly enacted the following statute allowing payment of attorney fees in the face of certain local government

  3. N.C. Court of Appeals construes zoning provision excluding all "unidentified" uses

    USA - November 18 2014

    Today, the North Carolina Court of Appeals issued a decision giving legal operation to the common, catchall zoning ordinance provision stating that

  4. Contaminated oysters in Virginia restaurant enough for jurisdiction under "stream of commerce" test

    USA - November 13 2014

    Contaminated oysters served at a Roanoke restaurant were placed in the "stream of commerce" by a Connecticut seafood supplier, and thus served as the

  5. Commercial landlord citing lease terms to prevent stores from closing on Thanksgiving day

    USA - November 12 2014

    It's rare that an ordinary commercial lease term can make national news, at least indirectly. Some higher-profile stores are bucking the Holiday