Multi-family residential (also known as Multi-dwelling unit or MDU) is a categorization of housing where many separate housing units for residential (i.e. non-commercial) occupants are enclosed withi
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The Daily Report
...be shared anywhere. Sandy Smith, a partner at Womble Carlyle Sandridge and Rice, serves on a number of educational and philanthropic boards...
Delaware Law Weekly
...Cheatham joined Barnes & Thornburg in late 2012. Mary Bourke joined Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice in October 2012 and brought four former Connolly Bove...
In their Cooperatives and Condominiums column, Stroock & Stroock & Lavan's Richard Siegler and Eva Talel discuss subrogation and the waiver of subrogation, policy considerations in determining whethe
Daily Business Review
Commercial properties just beyond major markets are selling at premiums to real estate in cities such as Boston and Los Angeles
...Genachowski returned to the corporate world to take a post at The Carlyle Group, the investment firm announced Monday. Genachowski, a former IAC...
Delaware Law Weekly
... Ryan Cicoski, a Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice bankruptcy and business litigation attorney, is one of two...
Delaware Business Court Insider
The Delaware Court of Chancery has blocked a defunct health research organization's motion to rescind changes to patent applications made by a medical device corporation while the patent's ownership
Pharmaceutical M&A got a late-year shot in the arm, with nearly $10 billion in deals involving major industry players like AstraZeneca and Bayer as 2013 came to a close. A bevy of Am Law 100 firms le
A simple thought experiment yields a hard-to-explain result, writes Womble Carlyle patent agent Christopher Hall
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