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When “loan to own” becomes “own a loan” how a recent Fifth Circuit decision rejecting the artificial impairment doctrine increases risks for distressed real estate investors

USA - March 6 2013 Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code provides debtors with a number of tools to restructure comprehensively their debts and other liabilities as...

Mark I. Bane, Mark R. Somerstein.


Long-awaited patent reform bill passes congress

USA - September 9 2011 Yesterday, the United States Senate passed the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act, previously passed by the House of Representatives, sending the most significant reform of the United States patent laws since 1952 to the President for his signature....

Mark H. Bloomberg.