In their Arbitration column, Samuel Estreicher, a professor at New York University School of Law and of counsel to Schulte Roth & Zabel, and Holly H. Weiss, a partner at Schulte Roth, write: The Seco
Michael D. Rips, special counsel at Steptoe & Johnson, analyzes a recent Second Circuit ruling that greatly broadens fair use protection for artists who employ an appropriationist method, and says th
...25 years, but when the court stated that "Oxford, Mississippi was described as a university town, a 'safe, wonderful community, of loving, caring...
...Elizabeth E., seeks permission to move with the parties' child to Oxford, Mississippi, we are once again confronted with the problem of balancing a...
...University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center v. Nassar, 133 SCt 2517...
In his Intellectual Property column, Stephen M. Kramarsky, a member of Dewey Pegno & Kramarsky, writes: Recently, a true heavyweight entered the fair use arena. Google has asserted that its massive G
In their Arbitration column, Samuel Estreicher, of counsel to Paul Hastings, and Zachary Fasman, a partner at the firm, write that the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that the Federal Arbitration Act do
Lewis Tesser and Timothy Nolen of Tesser, Ryan & Rochman address the basis for determining what types of claims will be barred by res judicata following Article 78 judgments, examine whether the stan
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