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Update on the New Federal Overtime Regulations and the New York Minimum Wage

27/05/2016 On May 18, 2016, the U.S. Department of Labor (“DOL”) announced the DOL’s final rule extending coverage of overtime pay under the federal Fair Labor…

New Requirements for Independent Contractor Agreements in New York City

12/05/2017 On May 15, 2017, a new New York City law, the “Freelance Isn’t Free Act,” will take effect. The law applies to arrangements between independent…

Primer on CFTC Form 40 and related reporting and recordkeeping requirements

01/12/2008 In view of the apparent increase in the number of Commodity Futures Trading Commission (“CFTC”) Form 40 requests received by our fund clients lately, we thought it would be helpful to briefly outline the circumstances that result in the receipt of a Form 40 request, as well as the CFTC reporting and recordkeeping requirements for Form 40.

Short slates, majority slates and full slates: strategic and voting considerations

15/04/2008 The ultimate threat available to an activist who seeks to cause a company to take actions it advocates for maximizing shareholder value is obtaining representation on the board through which the activist can advocate, or effectuate, change from within.

Buyer beware: purchaser of assets in UCC Article 9 foreclosure sale may be subject to claims of debtor's unsecured creditors

22/03/2011 The Second Circuit Court of Appeals held that a secured creditor who purchases a debtor's assets in an out-of-court foreclosure sale under the Uniform Commercial Code ("UCC") and continues to operate the debtor's business may be liable for the debtor's debts.

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