Robert J. Jossen and Neil A. Steiner, partners at Dechert, write that while it is common for parties to insert a fairly standard dispute resolution clause into a contract, doing so misses out on an o
...actions. Wien, Malkin & Bettex, New York City...
...SEC is a factual determination requiring consideration of various factors (see e.g. Torsiello Capital Partners LLC v Sunshine State Holding Corp., 2008...
Samuel Estreicher, Dwight D. Opperman Professor at New York University School of Law and of counsel to Jones Day, and Steven C. Bennett, a partner at the firm, write that although the Supreme Court h
...papers to ensure that the movant established its prima facie burden (see e.g. CPLR 3215) "An arbitration award can be vacated by...
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