Another year has passed in the California Legislature, with new laws and amendments affecting California employers. Among the more significant changes
A survey of recent decisions at the International Trade Commission (ITC) reveals a series of pitfalls practitioners should seek to avoid when drafting
On June 23, the California Supreme Court issued its first opinion upholding a class action waiver following the U.S. Supreme Court's seminal decision
On June 23, the California Supreme Court provided mixed blessings to California employers. In Iskanian v. CLS Transportation, No. S204032 (June 23
In an April 24th ruling that will have widespread impact among financial institutions, the FINRA Board of Governors held that a broker-dealer
The Supreme Court decision in American Express Co v Italian Colors Restaurant builds on a recent line of pro-arbitration rulings and reaffirms the court's commitment to enforcing arbitration agreements.
Last week's Supreme Court decision in American Express Co. v. Italian Colors Restaurant builds on a recent line of pro-arbitration rulings -
The U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) recently opened the door for government agencies to use their waiver authority under the Federal
On November 27, 2012, a bench ruling by Vice Chancellor J. Travis Laster of the Delaware Court of Chancery in In re Complete Genomics, Inc
“Big-Boy Letters” are often used as a tool to limit an issuer’s or broker-dealer’s potential liability in connection with a private sale of securities.