...Robert Schwinger is a partner in the litigation practice at Chadbourne & Parke, with a focus on complex commercial litigation...
Daily Business Review
... Planned areas of recognition include*: Appellate - Arbitration - Bankruptcy- Business Litigation - Class Action - Corporate Securities - Criminal Justice - Intellectual Property - Personal...
Daniel Nathan and Brian Neil Hoffman of Morrison & Foerster write: Stock option exercises may create additional risks of violating the securities laws depending upon how they are exercised. Through c
Proving work-related psychological injuries has always presented a unique challenge to the workers' compensation practitioner, as the burden of demonstrating a disability caused by a psychological or
While it can be tempting to draft extremely broad noncompetition agreements in an effort to protect the company, in-house counsel must take a nuanced approach in this area of the law
Originally Published: Texas Lawyer
...Passerin is a member of the intellectual property and the intellectual property litigation practice groups. Wolff is a member of the litigation practice...
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