French restructurings: Could a ‘high yield’ noteholder block a safeguard procedure? The issuance of worldwide bond debt, also known as high yield notes, is a extremely popular financing choice for French companies during the last couple of years, whether or not this ended up being to finance their industrial investments in order to fund an […]
Your daily dose of financial news The Brief – 5.23.16 We’ve got numbers for Bayer’s unsolicited bid to buy Monsanto—a cash offer of $62 billion, representing a 37% premium on Monsanto’s May 9 closing price – NYTimes and WSJ and Bloomberg Once again, newly released documents are giving us a better idea of what was […]
Those Hiring Private Investigators Must Be Aware of Privilege and Privacy Legislation When a fraud is suspected, the litigator often turns to a private investigator to gather evidence about, and to use against, the fraudster. Retaining and instructing an investigator must be undertaken with extreme caution to avoid ultimately prejudicing the case against the wrongdoer. […]
Protecting Your Inventions, From Idea to Marketplace: The initial step in getting your medical device to promote would be to understand the master of the legal rights for your invention.
Protecting Your Inventions, From Idea to Marketplace: The initial step in getting your medical device to promote would be to understand the master of the legal rights for your invention. We’ve an abundance of suggestions for new medical devices. Many interventional vascular specialists have suggestions for new devices or procedures, or methods to improve existing […]
U.S. Supreme Court Denies Antitrust Protection for State Professional Boards In a 6-3 decision in North Carolina State Board of Dental Examiners v. Federal Trade Commission, the United States Supreme Court ruled today that state professional boards comprised of active professionals in the occupation the board regulates cannot invoke state-action antitrust immunity unless the board […]
Top Court Decides Universal Health Services, Corporation. v. U . s . States et al. ex. rel. Escobar et al.
Top Court Decides Universal Health Services, Corporation. v. U . s . States et al. ex. rel. Escobar et al. On June 16, 2016, the final Court from the U . s . States made the decision Universal Health Services, Corporation. v. U . s . States et al. ex. rel. Escobar et al., No. […]
Texas Restaurants Expand Constantly In 2014 (Already)! It’s only The month of january 15th, and already six major restaurant expansions or acquisitions have happened in DFW! It’s a thrilling amount of time in center industry. Listed here are the facts: First, Day Star Restaurant Group acquired Texas Land & Cattle and also the Lone Star […]
The Demon Is Within Individuals Details: Top Court Holds The Clock for that Benefit of an ERISA Decision Started Running Earlier Than the Complaintant Expected
The Demon Is Within Individuals Details: Top Court Holds The Clock for that Benefit of an ERISA Decision Started Running Earlier Than the Complaintant Expected The U.S. Top Court has ruled the plaintiffs, several union-affiliated worker benefit funds (the Funds), anxiously waited far too late to provide notice of the appeal in the trial court’s […]
Reid Ruling Ignores Calif. Precedent Originally Published in Law360 – December 20, 2013. A good deal has already been written about the recent Reid case in California, but there is more to be said. On Oct. 7, 2013, Division 8 of the Second District Court of Appeals held in Reid v. Mercury Insurance Company, No. […]
Former Olympics Sponsor Settles With SEC for $25 Million Over FCPA Violations On May 20, BHP Billiton Limited. and BHP Billiton Plc (BHPB), a worldwide sources company that backed the 2008 Beijing Summer time Olympics, settled Registration charges of Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) violations. The SEC discovered that BHPB violated the FCPA by neglecting […]