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The Clash of the SEC's New 'Pay-to-Play' Rules And Employees' Rights to Participate in the Political Process
December 12, 2011
BNA Securities Regulation & Law Report
Steven Feldman and Raimundo Guerra author this article, which examines the tensions between employees' general prerogatives to participate in electoral politics, on one hand, and the SEC's new pay-to-play rules, on the other.
The Impact of Pending and Existing Employment Legislation on Employment Lawyers and Clients
November 1, 2010
The Impact of Recent Regulatory Developments in Employment Law, published by Aspatore Books
Employment litigation specialist Carol Goodman authors a book chapter on what laws -- existing and pending -- affect employment attorneys and their clients, and in what way. The chapter is part of a larger book covering regulatory changes in employment law.
City Program Could Streamline Brownfield Process
September 2, 2010
A new program that allows the NYC Office of Environmental Remediation to investigate some brownfields sites, oversee remediation and -- applying state DEC criteria -- advise that cleanup has been completed properly, gives developers a potentially viable option to redevelop tainted property, Louis Evans writes. He notes that the state's program -- heretofore the only game in town -- offered a relatively protracted and sluggish process and says developers would be wise at least to consider the city program.
Ultra Stores success in the Chapter 11 fast lane
November 4, 2009
Financier Worldwide
Joshua Angel writes about how he took Ultra Stores into Chapter 11 with a plan to help the company emerge, and how and why the plan worked.
1st Use Of New Pooled Investment Anti-Fraud Rules
December 19, 2008
Securities Law 360
Steven Feldman advises securities law practitioners to familiarize themselves with the SEC's new anti-fraud rules promulgated under the Investment Adviser Act. He predicts that the SEC and federal prosecutors will employ those rules in efforts to target hedge funds.
Protection of Government Symbols
February 2008
Barry Werbin
INTA Bulletin
Barry Werbin writes about laws governing the use of official government symbols for private use.
Litigation against a Foreign Sovereign in the United States to Recover Artworks on Temporary Loan: The Malewicz Case
January 2007
Howard N. Spiegler, Mari-Claudia Jiménez
Juriste International
Howard Spiegler, with the assistance of Mari-Claudia Jiménez, authors this article on the Malewicz case.