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New York Court of Appeals clarifies accrual of statute of limitations for mortgage repurchase agreements

USA - June 19 2015 On June 11, 2015, the New York Court of Appeals held that for breach of contract claims arising from customary mortgage loan repurchase agreements...

Charles A. Gilman, Jonathan I. Mark.


SEC: social media may be used for company announcements if investors are alerted

USA - April 3 2013 In a Report of Investigation (the "Report") issued on April 2, 2013, the Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC") issued guidance to the effect...

Charles A. Gilman, Jonathan I. Mark.


Caldwell v. Cablevision Systems Corp.: the New York Court of Appeals rules that high-paid witness testimony is admissible, but may require a jury charge as to potential bias

USA - February 11 2013 In a unanimous decision written by Judge Eugene Pigott, the New York Court of Appeals held in Caldwell v. Cablevision Systems Corp. that the...

Charles A. Gilman, Jonathan I. Mark, Christine L. Mott.


SIGA Technologies, Inc. v. Pharmathene, Inc.: Delaware Supreme Court finds commitment to negotiate in good faith applies to non-binding term sheet

USA - May 31 2013 On May 24, 2013, the Delaware Supreme Court issued an opinion in SIGA Technologies, Inc., v. PharmAthene, Inc., reaffirming the rule that an...

Charles A. Gilman, Jonathan I. Mark, Helene R. Banks.


SEC brings first Regulation FD case in nearly two years

USA - September 11 2013 On September 6, 2013, the Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC") charged the former head of investor relations (the "IR officer") for First Solar...

Charles A. Gilman, Jonathan I. Mark, Margaux J. Knee.