In the New Hampshire Business Review, Michael Drooff discusses New Hampshire’s revised state securities statute, which takes effect January 1, 2016:
From a recent press release by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC):
In Georgetwon Law Review, Judge Alex Kozinski analyzes some of the common tropes in discussions about criminal law in the U.S., and offers solutions to some of the most prevalent shortcomings of the c
The Corporation Section of the Delaware State Bar Association has proposed a number of amendments to the Delaware Limi
The Corporation Section of the Delaware State Bar Association has proposed a number of amendments to the Delaware General C
At the Conglomerate blog, Wharton professor David Zaring reports on the debate:
The Canadian Red Tape Reduction Act has received
New Hampshire recently closed a gap in its laws by amending the criminal code to make financial exploitation of an elderly, disabled, or impaired adult a criminal offense. The amendments became effective at the beginning of this year.
The first half of 2014 was a busy time for the New Hampshire legislature. It passed (and the governor signed) many employment-related statutes.