...by Anna Pinedo and Ze'-ev Eiger. And Bonnie Roe of Cohen & Gresser sent me her highlights from the ABA meeting: 1. Keith Higgins...
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Hedge fund manager Alphonse Fletcher said the firm's conduct presents federal questions, citing sections of law for equal rights under the law; conspiracy to interfere with civil rights; and interfer
Mark S. Cohen, Jonathan S. Abernethy and Soeun Nikole Lee of Cohen & Gresser write: The history of South Korea's Foreign Bribery Prevention Act (FBPA) has been one of relative obscurity, with little
...Mark S. Cohen, Jonathan S. Abernethy and Soeun Nikole Lee of Cohen & Gresser write: The history of South Korea's Foreign Bribery Prevention...
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...demands for payment." Nathaniel Read, a partner at Cohen & Gresser who represents Fletcher, did not return a message seeking comment. Neither...
...Steen & Hamilton who represents Citigroup, declined to comment. Lawrence Gresser, a partner at Cohen & Gresser representing Goldman Sachs, and William Escobar, a partner...
Cohen & Gresser partners Lawrence T. Gresser and Karen H. Bromberg write that historically, plaintiffs have had a difficult time showing that they have sustained damages from alleged privacy violatio
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