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TCPA - Much Broader Than You Think!

USA - January 10 2017 Congress original enacted the Telephone Consumer Protection Act ("TCPA") in 1991 to deal with unwanted automated calling campaigns (i.e., robocalls)...

Carl R. Johnston, Steven C. Papkin, Martin B. Robins.

Free Speech Isn’t Always Free: Employer Regulation of Political Expression

USA - December 6 2016 RECOUNT! Lock HER UP! ABOLISH THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE! MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN! During politically charged times such as the present, employers often...

Carl R. Johnston, Steven C. Papkin, Martin B. Robins, Adam J. Peters.

Privacy in M&A - Personal Information has moved up to the Grown-up Table

USA - November 8 2016 Whether you are the seller or the buyer, corporate privacy policies included in the companies' websites have an enormous impact on a future merger or...

Carl R. Johnston, Steven C. Papkin, Martin B. Robins, Kimberly Dempsey Booher.

Regulation A - now bigger, bifurcated and (sometimes) beneficial

USA - October 18 2016 Regulation A, the so-called "mini IPO" exemption from registration under the Securities Act of 1933, has existed since the 1930s. An offering limit of...

Carl R. Johnston, Steven C. Papkin, Martin B. Robins.

Indemnification provisions - AKA, Hang in There, You Are Almost Done Reading!

USA - September 7 2016 We understand completely: by the time one encounters a typical-looking indemnification provision at the end of an agreement - be it a 10-page master...

Carl R. Johnston, Steven C. Papkin, Martin B. Robins.