May 16, 2022

Volume XII, Number 136

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Date Title Organization
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May
DOJ Issues Charges in First Criminal Cryptocurrency Sanctions Case Mintz
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May
"A Few Surprises for the No Surprises Act," Jones Walker LLP Employee Benefits Client Alert Jones Walker LLP
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May
Divided Court Supports Ted Cruz’s Campaign Debt Reimbursement but Denies Would-Be Citizen Chance to Correct Bureaucratic Error: SCOTUS Today Epstein Becker & Green, P.C.
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May
Beware the Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing: FTC Takes Action Against Apparel Retailer Who Bragged He Could Rip Off Consumers by Ripping Out Made in China Tags Hunton Andrews Kurth
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May
It’s Payback Time: California Ruling Highlights Recoupment Risks in Liability Claims Hunton Andrews Kurth
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May
Founders Personally Liable For Failure To Register Cryptocurrency Trading Platform Barnes & Thornburg LLP
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May
Rules for Complainant Success in ITC Trade Secret Litigation Mintz
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May
Judge Connolly Issues Three New Orders Impacting Patent Cases K&L Gates
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May
May 2022 Legal Industry News: Law Firm Additions, Industry Awards and Recognition, and Pro Bono Efforts The National Law Review / The National Law Forum LLC
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May
(UK) To Whom Should Insolvency Claims Be Assigned? Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP
15
May
Texas Supreme Court Dismisses Claims By Co-Trustee And Beneficiary Due To Statute Of Limitations And Clarifies That An Unnamed Contingent Beneficiary Can Have Standing To Sue Winstead
15
May
Commercial Litigation Funding: How to Find a Win-Win. Tribeca Lawsuit Loans
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May
EPA Launches Modernized DfE Logo for Disinfectant and Other Antimicrobial Products Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.
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May
Construction Company Settles False Claims Act Allegations Relating to Small Business Subcontracting for $2.8 Million Greenberg Traurig, LLP
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May
Ninth Circuit Upholds Delaware-Forum Bylaw That Precludes Assertion of Federal Proxy Claim Proskauer Rose LLP
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May
Mint Gets Data Breach Claims Dismissed Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP
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May
Corpus Linguistics in the Sixth Circuit and Beyond Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP
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May
Think Before You Post: Social Media Etiquette in Family Law Matters Varnum LLP
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May
SCOTUS Cert Recap: Spending Clause Statute Enforcement, Overtime Pay Exemptions, And The Bankruptcy Fraud Exception Barnes & Thornburg LLP
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May
The Sound of “Silent Attorneys”: DOJ Alleges Google Fakes Attorney-Client Privilege by CCing Lawyers Who Never Respond Proskauer Rose LLP

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