...dies. The business often involves valuable real estate. The assets of the enterprise are usually significant, but can be dissipated rapidly if the parties litigate...
In his Immigration Law column, Michael D. Patrick, a partner at Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy, writes that for the first time in years, American politicians are seriously engaged in a constructi
Although Consumer Financial Protection Bureau director Richard Cordray was not named in the suit where the D.C. Circuit ruled three appointments to the NLRB invalid, his recess appointment was made o
... Can public authorities governed by New York's competitive bidding laws lawfully adopt prebid specifications known as Project Labor Agreements (PLAs...
...For Defendants Office of the Commissioner of Baseball, Major League Baseball Enterprises Inc., MLB Advanced Media L.P., MLB Advanced Media, Inc., Athletics Investment...
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