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By Robert Cohen
It goes without saying that most businesses are dependent on outside financing. However, when it comes to states where marijuana is legal, it's still a federal crime to finance the companies involved
By Robert Cohen
When was the last time you changed your underlying lease or finance documents? If you did in the last 10 years, you probably focused on making the document shorter – such as a classic one-page lease
By Lauren Bernstein
On August 30, 2019, Governor Cuomo signed Senate Bill No. 6395, amending Civil Practice Law and Rules ("CPLR")
By Jonathan Trafimow, Joan B. Lopez
On August 12, 2019, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed into law Senate Bill 506577 / Assembly Bill A8421, significantly expanding protections to individuals working in New York State.
By Michelle Espey, Stephen Breidenbach
The Internal Revenue Service recently reminded tax professionals to be on the lookout for phishing emails designed to steal sensitive data, such as user names
By Leslie Berkoff
In a decision from the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, U.S. District Judge Denise Cote has held
By Theresa Driscoll
Lessors who repossess property immediately prior to a lessee bankruptcy filing may be required to return such property or face sanctions by the bankruptcy court.
By Theresa Driscoll
"An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest." Benjamin Franklin, The Way to Wealth: Ben Franklin on Money and Success (1758).
By Lauren Bernstein
The decision presents an important take away for secured lenders-- if a construction project is incomplete, securing their loan solely with a security interest in a contractor's accounts receivables is a risky decision.
By Stephen Brodsky
Like domestic arbitration, international arbitration is a private form of binding dispute resolution before a neutral decision maker or tribunal predicated on party agreement
By Leslie Berkoff, William Henrich
The bankruptcy courts have been continuously at the forefront of the many courts embracing mediation as a tool to resolve disputes.
By Leslie Berkoff
Functus Officio is a Latin term meaning that once the purpose of the task at hand is completed, there is no further force or authority to undertake any further measures. When applied to arbitrations
By Laurie B. Kazenoff
It is no surprise, in light of tightened budgets and concerns about low staffing, that the Internal Revenue Service recently announced a development
By Terese Arenth
With the growing use and popularity of the internet, more and more people and businesses have made the leap into cyberspace to sell, advertise, or promote their company, name, products, or services.
By Michael J. Schwab
In the United States trademark rights are derived from the use of the trademark in commerce.
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