Counseling Your Clients on Financial Matters and Capital Raising

May 3, 2016 By: Alan Gutterman

Financing is an essential element for establishing a new business, launching a new product or service or expanding an existing business through internal growth or acquisition.

Four Tips for Negotiating Information Security Vendor Agreements

Apr 14, 2016 By: Michael R. Overly

The ever growing number of security incidents has caused many businesses to consider third party audits of their security practices.

Accusations of misconduct in transvaginal mesh mass tort litigation

Apr 13, 2016 By: Paul D. Rheingold

Every major mass tort litigation has been presented with unethical activity, so it unsurprising that the current transvaginal mesh litigation is plagued with accusations of misconduct too.

Employers Need to Prepare For The Increase to the Salary Threshold for Exemptions to Overtime

Apr 11, 2016 By: J. Larry Stine

The Obama Administration through the U.S. Department of Labor has proposed to significantly increase the salary threshold for the exemptions to overtime.

Business Counselor Institute: Becoming an Effective Governance Counselor

Apr 6, 2016 By: Alan Gutterman

The first topic in the “governance talk” with client is convincing them that paying attention to corporate governance rules and procedures really matters.

Update on International Regulation of Data Privacy

Mar 31, 2016 By: Alan Gutterman

As e-commerce has grown in the world economy, one of the most challenging issues has been what to do with all of the personal data that is accumulated by merchants from electronic transactions.

Digital Divorce

Mar 28, 2016 By: Bruce Provda

The days of the process server having a secure job may be coming to an end. Thanks, Facebook. It was just a matter of time.

ERISA Beneficiary’s Dissipation of Settlement Proceeds Precludes ERSIA Plan Health Insurer from Enforcing Its Reimbursement Rights

Mar 25, 2016 By: John K. DiMugno

In a victory for insureds and personal injury claimants, the Supreme Court recently created a exception to the general rule in favor of enforceability of reimbursement rights against a plaintiff’s general assets.

SCOTUS Brings Stun Guns Under Second Amendment

Mar 23, 2016 By: Jill Paperno

On Monday, in Caetano v. Massachusetts, the Supreme Court concluded that stun guns are protected by the Second Amendment.

Why there are no class actions in mass tort cases

Mar 22, 2016 By: Paul D. Rheingold

Not only lay people but also many lawyers think — incorrectly — of “class actions” when you tell them that you handle mass torts.

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