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By Joshua Davey, Kevin Denny
After discovering the losses, InComm sought coverage from Great American under its policy's computer fraud provision.
By John Servidio, Bo Harvey
On October 11, 2016, CFTC Commissioner Christopher Giancarlo made an important request to other financial regulators after the October 7, 2016 flash crash in the British Pound.
By Brennan Bolt
The NLRB's Office of the General Counsel declined to issue a complaint against Northwestern University for certain football team rules despite finding those rules violative of the NLRA.
By Ashley Matthews, Jodie Herrmann Lawson
In late 2015, Congress passed the Fixing America's Surface Transportation Act − a vehicle for an amendment to the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act meant to eliminate the need for certain companies to provide annual privacy disclosures to consumers.
By Jeffrey Capwell, Allison Tanner
As we reported last year, the IRS determination letter program for tax-qualified retirement plans is about to significantly change.
By Paul Stockman, Alexander Madrid, Anthony Carna, Jonathan Blank
As we have often reported, landowners' efforts to evade the plain terms of "dual purpose" leases, providing for both production and natural gas storage, have almost universally failed.
By Thomas Spahn
Last week's Privilege Point used two cases to address federal courts' surprising variations in the work product doctrine's "litigation" and "anticipation" elements.
By Russell Sullivan, Rosemary Becchi, Danielle Dellerson, Radha Mohan, Lai Lam
The full edition of the McGuireWoods' Tax Policy Update will return on Jan. 12 when both chambers are back in session. In the meantime, let's take a quick look at some of the top tax policy topics we will be covering for 2016.
By Matthew Hall
On 16 December 2015, the UK Supreme Court handed down a judgment on the definition of a merger for the purposes of UK merger control law.
By Thomas Spahn
Although the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure describe the work product doctrine in a single sentence, federal courts interpret that sentence in wildly varied ways.
By Sally Doubet-King
This is the 55th in a series of WorkCite articles concerning the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and its companion statute, the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010 ...
By Durham McCormick Jr., Douglas Lamb
Nearly two weeks ago, Congress passed the omnibus Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2016 (the "Omnibus Bill"), and the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015 (the "Act"),
By Larry Goldstein
The $1.8 trillion, 887-page spending bill enacted by Congress this month, the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2016 (the Appropriations Act), became law on Dec. 18, 2015.
By Ronald Aucutt
In 1959, to consolidate their family businesses and make it easier to obtain financing, Michael ("Mickey") Redstone and his two sons, Sumner and Edward, formed National Amusements, Inc. (NAI).
By Thomas Spahn
All corporate lawyers recognize that affirmatively pleading "advice of counsel" as an employment case defense normally waives privilege protection, but the risks can be more subtle.
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