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Theall Group LLP | Canada, USA | 19 May 2020

Business interruption insurance resulting from COVID-19 pandemic: what your policy may cover

In the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses are closing or restricting their operations across Canada. It is clear is that these measures, although necessary to protect public health, are causing lost revenue and increased expenses. This article provides information on business interruption insurance (BII), which is a common type of commercial property insurance. For many insureds,......
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Sidley Austin LLP | USA | 12 Feb 2016

Motion to dismiss FinCEN complaint against former MoneyGram CCO denied

The District Court for the District of Minnesota recently denied the motion of defendant Thomas E Haider to dismiss the federal government's complaint seeking to hold Haider personally liable for violations of the Bank Secrecy Act and its implementing regulations by MoneyGram International Inc during his tenure there as chief compliance officer. The parties have been ordered to appear for a......
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DLA Piper | USA | 31 May 2012

Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals applies Rent-A-Center severability rule

The Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit recently compelled arbitration where a party challenged a contractual provision containing an arbitration clause, but not the conscionability of the arbitration clause itself. The decision is significant for international arbitration practitioners because it reaffirms the rule announced by the Supreme Court in Rent-a-Center West Inc v Jackson.
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