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When is a College’s Silence a Lie? False Claims and Financial Aid

Michael Best & Friedrich LLP

In United States ex rel. Rose v. Stephens Inst., the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has recently tried to clarify the circumstances in which a failure...

Dubai court approves extradition of Briton accused of involvement in corruption scandal

Hassan Elhais

A UAE court has ordered the extradition of a British national to India, where he faces charges of being a middleman in a multi-million dollar defence...

Standardisation of withdrawal rights for policyholders and new regulations for "late withdrawal" in life insurance


On 4 July 2018, the National Council adopted a comprehensive amendment to the rights of withdrawal for policyholders. At the same time, the legal...

Imminent invalidity of limitation periods

DLA Piper

In a Judgment dated 18 September 2018 the Federal Labour Court ruled that limitation periods, which do not exclude a claim for the Minimum Wage...

Illinois Proposes Stricter Lead Rules for Public Intervention, Enforcement Actions

Greenberg Traurig LLP

Illinois is proposing a new rule that would lower the state’s “action level” for children with lead in their blood. The new rule would also stiffen...

From Quinn Direct to Sports Direct: why should regulators be better off than insurers when it comes to privileged documents?

4 New Square Chambers

In this article, Helen Evans and William Harman of 4 New Square argue that the recent decision in Financial Reporting Council Limited v Sports Direct...

What's Next for Prop. 65?


It has now been over a week since the changes to Prop. 65 took effect on August 30th! A review of notices of violations filed in the past week...

Respond to creditors’ demands, stat!

McCabe Curwood

A company’s non-compliance with a statutory demand is the most common method of proving its insolvency in any winding up proceedings. Generally, if it...

European Court Provides Guidance on Re-packaging of Medical Devices

Addleshaw Goddard LLP

This case concerned a claim by Lohmann & Rauscher International (L&R) that the re-packaging of its medical product DEBRISOFT (in respect of which L&R...

Luxembourg - Immigration law amended

Immigration Law Associates

The Law of 29082008 and two Grand-Duchy Regulations amended. A brief insight: Authorisation of stay for salaried worker (Article 42 Law of...

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