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Bankers: Are you having the right conversations with your customers around COVID-19?

USA - March 5 2020 Like most companies, you are preparing for how COVID-19 might affect your operations. Equally as important: the conversations you should be having…

Deborah D. Williamson.

How Customers in the Automotive Supply Chain Can Prepare for Distressed Suppliers Resulting From COVID-19

USA - March 3 2020 The extent of disruption caused by COVID-19 is unknowable at this time. However, it is likely that there will be suppliers unable to economically…

Prohibiting Recourse to Receivership or Bankruptcy for Cannabis Industry Can Perversely Assist Bad Actor’s Continuation of Bad Acts—A Real Life Analogy

USA - December 5 2019 Currently there are no clear laws specifically addressing the means for addressing insolvency issues for debtors and creditors involved in the…

Latest Developments on Trade Policy: Tariffs on Chinese Imports & Considerations When Applying for an Exclusion

USA - August 29 2018 With the ever changing developments regarding trade policy, we wanted to take this opportunity to provide some clarity regarding the Administration's…

James Brandell, Andrew J. Buczek, Paul M. Laurenza, Mary Beth L. McGowan.

New Transportation Bill Brings Civil Penalty and Whistleblower Changes to the Automotive Industry

USA - December 14 2015 On December 4, 2015, President Obama signed H.R. 22, Fixing America's Surface Transportation (FAST) Act, into law. The new law reauthorizes federal…

Thomas S. Bishoff, Andrew J. Buczek, Brendan J. Cahill, Jonathan S. Feld, Paul M. Laurenza.