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Holland & Knight's China Practice Newsletter: March-April 2019

Holland & Knight LLP

Holland & Knight invites you to read our China Practice Newsletter, in which our authors discuss pertinent Sino-American topics. The firm provides...

Washington Court of Appeals Rules City Can Be Subject to Tortious Interference Damages for Denial of a Retail Cannabis License

Lane Powell PC

The City of Bellevue’s (WA) first-in-time rule to decide between competing applications for retail cannabis establishments within 1,000 feet of each...

Buyer beware. Cybersecurity due diligence for transactions

EY Law Global

In the context of a transaction, it is common to focus due diligence on areas such as tax, employment and real estate. Devices enabling connectivity...

ERISA Health Plan Fiduciaries Defeat DOL’s Excessive Fee Claims

McDermott Will & Emery

In one of the first ERISA cases to address claims against fiduciaries for excessive health plan fees, the court entered judgment in favor of the...

Confronting Xenophobia and Racism in the Courtroom

Reed Smith LLP

Forget the Reptile Theory; today’s topic is even more atavistic than that - what defendants can rely on when xenophobia and racism invade the...

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