In their Domestic Environmental Law column, Christine A. Fazio, a partner at Carter Ledyard & Milburn, and Ethan I. Strell, an associate director and Fellow at the Columbia Center for Climate Change
In her Securities Regulation column, Roberta S. Karmel, a professor at Brooklyn Law School, discusses recent decisions interpreting the Supreme Court's holding in 'Morrison,' Congress' attempt to res
In their Corporate Governance column, David A. Katz, a partner at Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz, and Laura A. McIntosh, a consulting attorney for the firm, write that exclusive forum provisions in c
In her Securities Regulation column, Roberta S. Karmel, Centennial Professor of Law and codirector of the Dennis J. Block Center for the Study of International Business Law at Brooklyn Law School, wr
Jason M. Halper and Ryan J. Andreoli of Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft review the majority opinion and dissents in 'Amgen Inc. v. Connecticut Ret. Plan & Trust Funds,' writing that while the decision
Greenberg Traurig shareholder Francis J. Serbaroli, in his Health Law column, notes that more large corporations are opening on-site clinics to provide health care services for their employees. He d
In her Securities Regulation column, Roberta S. Karmel. Centennial Professor and codirector of the Dennis J. Block Center for the Study of International Business Law at Brooklyn Law School, writes th
In his Products Liability column, Herzfeld & Rubin member Michael Hoenig writes: For many litigants and lawyers it is, or soon will be, a "brave new world" in the universe of torts, class actions, an
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