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Studio Legale Stefanelli & Stefanelli | Italy | 1 Dec 2023

Un recente comunicato di ANAC e i limiti dell’infungibilità: quali sono le buone pratiche da seguire

Le stazioni appaltanti derogano all’obbligo d’espletare procedure ad evidenza pubblica allorquando i lavori, le forniture o i servizi possono essere…
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Lexology PRO | China, Hong Kong | 30 Nov 2023

Audit watchdog imposes record fines on China-based firms

The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board imposed its first-ever compliance monitorship on a public accounting firm that it says was not independent from a company it audited.
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Saxe Doernberger & Vita, P.C. | USA | 12 Oct 2023

Insurer's Duty to Defend Excused by 2nd Circuit Court of Appeal Due to "Prior Knowledge" Exclusion

In North River Ins. Co. v. Leifer, the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit determined that a “prior knowledge” exclusion in a…
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Goulston & Storrs PC | USA | 22 Aug 2023

Massachusetts Court Allows Dueling Expert Testimony on Differing Theories of the Timing for the Valuation of Legal Malpractice Damages

The Superior Court recently ruled that a plaintiff in a legal malpractice action seeking recovery for damages resulting from his loss of corporate…
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Lexology PRO | USA | 25 May 2023

US commercial contracts: key federal and state updates (13 – 25 May)

Texas creates a specialty business court, the Pennsylvania Attorney General lays down the law on deceptive debt practices, and a Massachusetts malpractice suit goes to trial – plus other key updates.
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GRAF ISOLA Rechtsanwälte GmbH | Austria | 4 Oct 2022

Frivolous claims and legal malpractice: to what extent may an attorney reject an apparently hopeless lawsuit?

The Supreme Court recently had to clarify whether an attorney is liable for damages if they refuse to bring an action after examining the factual and legal situation and considering it to be futile. The litigator is not a mere puppet of the client in the enforcement of their claims; the attorney has an independent duty of review that enables them to reject apparently hopeless litigation......
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McGuireWoods LLP | USA | 7 Mar 2022

U.S. Supreme Court Declines Review Ending Shareholder Fraudulent Transfer Litigation in Tribune

After more than a decade, litigation resulting from the failed leveraged buyout (LBO) of media giant Tribune Company has finally drawn to a close. On…
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Bird & Bird LLP | Poland | 16 Feb 2022

Legal alert: Changes in employment law in 2022

There are many changes to the law taking place in 2022, including employment regulations. Below we present some of the key new provisions that…
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia, China, etc. | 1 Jun 2021

Compliance management: key updates (23 – 30 May)

The regulatory landscape surrounding payment services and cryptoassets in the US, UK, EU, and Asia-Pacific region, new beneficial ownership requirements in Hungary, and the catch-22 of the EU blocking statute – plus other key compliance management updates.
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Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz PC | USA | 19 Nov 2020

Too Early, Too Late: The Misery of a Legal Malpractice Plaintiff

New York requires someone who thinks they have a claim for malpractice against their lawyer to sue within three years of when “all facts necessary” to…
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