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Cuba New Test
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Charting a New Course in Cuba? Why the Time is Now to Settle Outstanding American Property Claims

In the Brooklyn Journal of International Law, Associate Marco A. Dueñas discusses how outstanding American property claims in Cuba are an obstacle ...

Friday, June 1, 2018

by Marco A. Dueñas
ICO Coins
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Courts Must Soon Tackle Critical Questions About ICOs

An ICO allows cryptocurrencies to raise capital for a new venture similar to the way a startup would through an Initial Public Offering (IPO), ...

Thursday, April 26, 2018

by Michael P. Canty, Ross M. Kamhi
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Notable Trends In Foreign Securities Litigation

We discuss how foreign securities litigation will continue to evolve and grow more complex in the coming year. While securities litigation has ...

Tuesday, February 6, 2018

by Mark S. Willis, Rachel A. Avan
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9th Circ. Decision Could Be Game-Changer for Investors

Last Wednesday, the Ninth Circuit issued an important decision in Mineworkers' Pension Scheme et al. v. First Solar Inc. that serves to protect ...

Friday, February 2, 2018

by Carol C. Villegas, James T. Christie
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Expert Q&A on Class Action Settlements and Developments in Class Action Practice: A Plaintiff-Side Perspective

David J. Goldsmith discusses important considerations and best practices for plaintiffs’ counsel seeking to settle a class action. Q: Given that the ...

Monday, December 4, 2017

by David J. Goldsmith
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Arbitration Rule Repeal Will Adversely Affect Consumers

By overturning the CFPB’s rule barring financial institutions from forcing customers into private arbitration, Congress has given them a free pass. ...

Thursday, November 2, 2017

by Gregory Asciolla, Brian Morrison
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