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Raising Capital or Issuing Debt for Community Institutions

Vorys Sater Seymour and Pease LLP

One of the very first considerations in deciding to issue new capital or debt involves whether the issuing institution desires to conduct a "public"...

Submission of Pre-Suit Claim Notice Required by Construction Defect Statute Timely 'Commences the Action' Within the Meaning of the Florida Statute of Repose

Pepper Hamilton LLP

A group of townhome owners (the Homeowners) sued the contractor and a subcontractor (collectively, Contractor) who built their townhomes, alleging...

NY lawyer censured for conduct in fake “client” consult

Thompson Hine LLP

Advising a “client” on how to move “grey money” into the U.S. has resulted in an agreed public censure in September for a New York attorney. The...

Fort Worth Court of Appeal Reverses Judgment Awarding Bad Faith Damages Against Insurer

Cozen O'Connor

While the November 8, 2018 Court of Appeal of Texas, Fort Worth Division opinion reverses a trial court’s judgment on grounds of legal insufficiency...

Submission of Pre-Suit Claim Notice Required by Construction Defect Statute Timely ‘Commences the Action’ Within the Meaning of the Florida Statute of Repose

Pepper Hamilton LLP

A group of townhome owners (the “Homeowners”) sued the contractor and a subcontractor (collectively, “Contractor”) who built their townhomes, alleging...

Contract variations: a short guide

Travers Smith LLP

Contracts are often amended to take account of changed circumstances. But care is needed to avoid the pitfalls. Think about the rest of the contract...

Raising Capital or Issuing Debt for Community Institutions

Vorys Sater Seymour and Pease LLP

One of the very first considerations in deciding to issue new capital or debt involves whether the issuing institution desires to conduct a "public"...

Brexit: implications for you and your business

Charles Russell Speechlys LLP

With less than 6 months to go before the final and second anniversary of the UK’s Article 50 withdrawal notice (29th March 2019), detailed...

Whistleblowing: Individual workers can be liable for a whistleblowing dismissal

DAC Beachcroft

The Court of Appeal has upheld the EAT’s decision that an employee may bring a claim against a co-worker on the grounds that the employee has suffered...

Environment and climate change in Mexico

SOLCARGO

A structured guide to environment and climate change laws in Mexico...

Die Dauer der Elternzeit - für Arbeitgeber völlig unplanbar?

Ius Laboris

Die Vereinbarkeit von Familie und Beruf und das Thema Work-Life-Balance" sind seit Jahren ein Dauerbrenner im politischen Diskurs. Stetig...

Submission of Pre-Suit Claim Notice Required by Construction Defect Statute Timely 'Commences the Action' Within the Meaning of the Florida Statute of Repose

Pepper Hamilton LLP

A group of townhome owners (the Homeowners) sued the contractor and a subcontractor (collectively, Contractor) who built their townhomes, alleging...

NY lawyer censured for conduct in fake “client” consult

Thompson Hine LLP

Advising a “client” on how to move “grey money” into the U.S. has resulted in an agreed public censure in September for a New York attorney. The...

Fort Worth Court of Appeal Reverses Judgment Awarding Bad Faith Damages Against Insurer

Cozen O'Connor

While the November 8, 2018 Court of Appeal of Texas, Fort Worth Division opinion reverses a trial court’s judgment on grounds of legal insufficiency...

Submission of Pre-Suit Claim Notice Required by Construction Defect Statute Timely ‘Commences the Action’ Within the Meaning of the Florida Statute of Repose

Pepper Hamilton LLP

A group of townhome owners (the “Homeowners”) sued the contractor and a subcontractor (collectively, “Contractor”) who built their townhomes, alleging...


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