The doctrine of waiver is fairly straightforward. Its application, on the other hand, can prove to be not so simple. The recent decision of Stephen W
The recent decision of Park Employees and Retirement Board Employees’ Annuity and Benefit Fund of Chicago v. Smith, C.A. No. 11000-VCG (May 31, 2016)
In the case of Freedman v. Adams, et al., No. 230, 2012 (Del. Supr., Jan. 14, 2013), the Delaware Supreme Court considered on appeal whether a
In the case of Siamak “Sam” Elghanian v. Interclick, Inc., et al., C.A. No. 7066 (Del. Ch. 2011), the shareholders of interclick, Inc. (“interclick”) filed a class action complaint arising out of a decision of Interclick’s board of directors to facilitate a sale of interclick to Yahoo! Inc.
Installment 61 of this blog series on Madoff discussed the $5.2 million clawback lawsuit (the “JASA Lawsuit”) recently filed by Trustee Irving Picard against Jewish Association for Services for the Aged (“JASA”), reaffirming the perplexing and inconsistent manner, virtually to the point of arbitrariness and unfairness, with which Picard has handled charities that invested with Madoff.
In August 2010, Delaware enacted several amendments to the Delaware General Corporation Law (“DGCL”) in connection with nonstock corporations.
A continuing theme of this blog series on Madoff has been the perplexing and inconsistent manner, virtually to the point of arbitrariness and unfairness, with which Trustee Irving Picard has handled charities that invested with Madoff.
The gender discrimination and “actual or perceived” disability lawsuit recently filed against the management law firm of Proskauer Rose by its longtime CFO should be a warning to all employers -- no one is immune from a discrimination suit.
I frequently have the opportunity to speak with young physicians finishing their residencies and fellowships.
In honor of Labor Day, I wanted to devote this blog post to a recent flurry of pro-union activity.