Posted on: October 9, 2017
Berger Harris partners Michelle Quinn and Brian Gottesman presented a continuing legal education (CLE) course at a number of prominent law firms in the Boston area last week.  The program was entitled "Best Practices and Expectations in Delaware State Law and Nonconsolidation Opinions." The presentation material can be downloaded by clicking the links below:
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Tag: Alternative Business Entities, Bankruptcy, Commercial Transactions, Contracts, Corporations, Creditor / Debtor Law, Equity / Chancery, Fiduciary Duties, Legal Industry, Legal Opinions, Legal Theory, Limited Liability Companies, Partnerships, Real Estate / Real Property, Structured Finance
Posted on: September 27, 2017

Berger Harris attorneys Brian Gottesman and David Anthony secured an award of $36,000 in unpaid wages on behalf of two attorneys. The attorneys, former W-2 employees of the law firm Novak Druce Connolly Bove + Quigg, filed suit under the Delaware Wage Payment and Collection Act (“Wage Act”).[1]  Novak Druce, which is in the process of winding down its affairs, at first did not respond to the complaint.

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Tag: Alternative Business Entities, Civil Litigation / Civil Procedure, Creditor / Debtor Law, Labor and Employment, Mergers and Acquisitions, Partnerships, Professional News
Posted on: September 25, 2017

In a podcast available on the Federalist Society website, Jim Harper and Orin Kerr discuss Carpenter v.

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Tag: Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Legal Theory, Technology & Law
Posted on: September 18, 2017

We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America. . . .

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Tag: Legal History
Posted on: September 11, 2017

At the China Law Blog, Matthew Dresden, a partner at the law firm of Harris Bricken, asks "Does China Have Too Many Trademarks?"

Dresden analyzes some of the factors that have led to a dramatic increase in the number of registered trademarks in the People's Republic over the last several years. He notes:

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Tag: Comparative Law, Intellectual Property, International Law

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