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Buckley LLP | USA | 13 Jun 2019

7th Circuit: Providing more detailed creditor information does not violate FDCPA

On June 6, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit, in a consolidated appeal, affirmed summary judgment in favor of a debt collector in actions


Cadwalader Wickersham & Taft LLP | USA | 31 May 2019

Trademark Licensees’ Rights Survive Bankruptcy Rejection

In Mission Product Holdings, the Supreme Court Endorses “Rejection-as-Breach” Rule and Interprets Broadly the Contract Rights that Survive Rejection


Beveridge & Diamond PC | USA | 30 May 2019

Seventh Circuit Underscores Importance of “Scientifically Reliable” Expert Opinion in Complex Environmental Insurance Coverage Cases

On May 16, 2019, the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit affirmed a district judge’s Daubert decision excluding an expert’s


Carrington Coleman | USA | 27 May 2019

Pause before you say “good riddance to that rejected contract”

The Supreme Court’s Decision in Mission Product Holdings, Inc. v. Tempnology


Vinson & Elkins LLP | USA | 22 May 2019

Trademark Licensees Retain Their Rights to Use a Debtor’s Trademarks Despite the Debtor-Licensor’s Rejection of the Licenses

The question regarding whether a trademark licensee may continue to use a license after a debtor-licensor rejects the license in its bankruptcy case


Goldberg Segalla LLP | USA | 21 May 2019

Absent Policyholder Demand To Settle, Seventh Circuit Affirms Dismissal of Bad Faith Action Against Insurer After Unexpected Excess Judgment

The Seventh Circuit, applying Illinois law, recently tackled the highly-charged issue of a bad faith claim against an insurer for failing to settle


Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP | USA | 20 May 2019

US Supreme Court: Licensor Can’t Revoke a Trademark License in Bankruptcy

On May 20, 2019, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a ruling of key significance for trademark licensing and for acquisitions, investments, financings and


Paul Weiss | USA | 20 May 2019

Supreme Court Reiterates That Rejection of Executory Contract Constitutes Breach, Does Not Terminate Non-Debtor Counterparty’s Rights Under Contract

The U.S. Supreme Court held today in Mission Product Holdings, Inc. v. Tempnology, LLC that a trademark licensee may retain certain rights under a


Squire Patton Boggs | USA | 17 May 2019

Proving Sudden and Accidental Discharge Requires an Expert With a Reliable Methodology

Environmental damage claims are often very technical. Those technical aspects tend to permeate insurance coverage disputes. This is especially true


Crowell & Moring LLP | USA | 13 May 2019

The Peril of the Unreported Coffee Pot: Why a Failure to Report Is a Continuing Violation

“The hallmark of the continuing offense is that it perdures beyond the initial illegal act, and that ‘each day brings a renewed threat of the evil

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