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Mexico Creates Warning Label Requirements for Certain Foods, Beverages Sold in Mexico

Mexico - November 22 2019 The Mexican Ministry of Health recently published a decree amending its General Health Law (GHL) to incorporate new provisions regarding nutritional…

Margarita M. Escalante, Peter A. Morse, Jr., Christine H. McCarthy, Mari Yamamoto Regnier.

Appointment of receiver mandatory in Indiana, notwithstanding subordination agreement

USA - August 21 2012 The Indiana Court of Appeals recently held in a published opinion that the appointment of a receiver for the benefit of a mortgagee who agreed to subordinate its mortgages was mandatory under Indiana law.

John T. Gregg, Patrick E. Mears, John Watkins.

Indiana Supreme Court nixes summary judgment on alleged fraudulent nature of “out of trust” sales

USA - July 18 2012 In Klinker v. First Merchants Bank, N.A., 964 N.E.2d 190 (Ind. 2012), the Indiana Supreme Court, by unanimous decision, reversed the trial court’s grant of summary judgment in favor of a floor-plan lender respecting the defendant’s alleged sale of certain vehicles “out of trust” under both criminal and bank fraud statutes.

Stephen L. Fink, Michael B. Watkins.