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8 Sep 2022, 2:52 pm by bndmorris
Were cited in the following publication: Restatement (Third) of Property: Wills and Other Donative Transfers sec. 3.1 Attested Wills (2022). [read post]
25 Aug 2022, 7:51 am by John Jascob
However, the court declined to rule that Musk had waived objections by engaging in obfuscatory tactics and said it was “premature” to compel discovery of communications relating to government investigations (Twitter, Inc. v. [read post]
29 Jul 2022, 10:15 am by bndmorris
Reed, Will Contests sec. 14:14 2d ed. (2022).Prof. [read post]
The change of administration at the SEC and the issuance of SLB 14L appear to have served as an open season call for shareholder proponents: the number of proposals submitted surged, the percentage of proposals that shareholders were willing to withdraw as a result of negotiations dropped, and the number of proposals excluded through the no-action process plummeted. [read post]
12 Jul 2022, 6:28 am
In our view, the SEC is committed to adopting broad and extensive climate-related disclosures and is willing to face legal challenges to its final rule. [read post]
12 Jul 2022, 6:28 am
In our view, the SEC is committed to adopting broad and extensive climate-related disclosures and is willing to face legal challenges to its final rule. [read post]
6 Jul 2022, 10:39 pm by Florian Mueller
This is a follow-up to what I wrote four weeks ago, Federal Circuit calls into question whether ITC should impose import bans on willing licensees' products infringing standard-essential patents: Thales v. [read post]
9 Jun 2022, 12:21 pm by Florian Mueller
That trend could be reinforced should the ITC no longer be able to impose import bans on willing licensees--unless, of course, the ITC ultimately set the bar for an implementer's willingness to take a FRAND license similarly high as German courts under Sisvel v. [read post]
23 Feb 2022, 7:49 am by Alexander J. Davie
The audit must be distributed “promptly”, though the SEC declined to provide a fixed deadline. [read post]