At the Labor and Employment Law Blog, Brendan Begley highlights two recent California state appellate court decisions and cautions employers about problematic language (or failure to include certain language) in arbitration agreements:
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Peter Mahler has posted a roundup of five pivotal business divorce decisions from around the country
Mary Casey of the Harbor Law Group has authored a succinct piece summing up a number of different
At the New York Business Divorce blog, Peter Mahler discusses the concept of “jerk insurance” and a recent federal court decision in the Southern District of New York:
This matter is before me on the Defendants’ motions to dismiss a complaint sounding in contract, filed by the Plaintiff, Mr. Alfred, pro se. That Complaint is remarkable. It is in my experience a unique example of the pleader’s art.
At the New York Business Divorce Blog, Peter Mahler has a retrospective piece looking at the top ten business divorce opinions issued by
The Georgia Supreme Court made an interesting statement in footnote 5 of its recent opinion in Raysoni v. Payless Auto Deals, LLC, No. S13G1826, slip op. at 6 n.5 (Ga. Nov.
More excellent advice from Dan Harris about navigating the business law environment in China. The short version: do not attempt without input from an expert.