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The National Law Review is a no log-in resource of legal articles addressing litigation, trial practice, appellate practice and alternative dispute resolution. We provide legal news on the most recent litigated business and commercial cases including antitrust, banking and financial institutions, construction, complex disputes/class actions involving multi-parties and multi-jurisdictions, communications, employment law, environmental actions, government enforcement defense, insurance, intellectual property, mergers and business combinations, products liability, professional liability, real estate and development, environmental, securities enforcement, white-collar criminal actions, and trust and estate litigation. Details of actions by federal and state and local regulatory agencies as well as private actions from across the U.S. are added daily.

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May
“Hard” Bargaining Proposals Placed Into Final Offer Evidence Bad Faith Bargaining, NLRB Concludes Proskauer Rose LLP
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May
Not Just ‘Clear and Unmistakable’: NLRB and Courts Embrace Contract Coverage Waiver Standard Faegre Drinker
28
May
New York Appellate Court Holds Bankruptcy Exception to Insured vs. Insured Exclusion Restores Directors and Officers Insurance Coverage Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP
28
May
The Data De-Identification Spectrum Pierce Atwood LLP
28
May
Double Meaning Can Make Mark Distinctive McDermott Will & Emery
28
May
Wrong Court: Due Process Protects Out-of-State Companies from Wisconsin Man’s TCPA Class Action Filed in California Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP
28
May
Revisiting a Dominant Firm’s Obligation Under the Antitrust Laws to Deal with a Rival Epstein Becker & Green, P.C.
28
May
Taking Side on Circuit-Splitting Issue, Texas District Court Holds that Facebook Promotional Texts Were Not Sent Using ATDS Faegre Drinker
28
May
Verdict Delivered: Shipment Notification Claims are Patent Ineligible—Even with Security Flair McDermott Will & Emery
28
May
Leonard v Nike: Copyright in the Klaw Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP
28
May
Prayer for Declaratory Relief Invokes Copyright Act and Available Attorneys’ Fees McDermott Will & Emery
28
May
Coronavirus Update: PPP Guarantees Loans for Sexually-Oriented Small Businesses Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP
28
May
Michigan Court Rules Gov. Whitmer’s Unilateral State Of Emergency Extension As Valid Barnes & Thornburg LLP
27
May
Good News for Pop Singers Katy Perry & Ed Sheeran: Copyright Does Not Protect Musical Building Blocks Stark & Stark
27
May
FTC Approves Settlement with Canadian Lockmaker Over Deceptive Security Claims Hunton Andrews Kurth
27
May
USPTO Introduces Prioritized Examination Pilot Program for Patent Applications Related to COVID-19 Winstead
27
May
What’s Wrong With the Stucco on Our Buildings? Stark & Stark
27
May
Challenging Interlocutory Decisions on Appeal – What Not to Do Pierce Atwood LLP
27
May
Delaware Bankruptcy Court Rules that Shareholder Cannot Enforce “Golden Share” Blocking Right to Dismiss Bankruptcy Filed Without its Consent Mintz
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May
Chalk One Up to the Knock-Off McDermott Will & Emery

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