Tag Archives: Early

Guest Post: Improving Securities Class Action Outcomes Through Early Damages Analysis

Doug Greene John McCarrick In the following guest post, Doug Greene and John McCarrick take a look at the way that securities class action lawsuits settle and make a suggestion of a way for D&O insurers and defense counsel to … Continue reading

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Regulate Early or Later: Open Banking, Fintech and Innovation

At a relatively recent international conference, I discussed how the United States generally tends to take a hands off approach to regulating new technologies which create new markets at the outset of the development of the technology.  For the most … Continue reading

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Early Payment Discounts for Law Firms

So, the good news for the law firm of Andrew Abramowitz, PLLC is that business has increased steadily over the past few years. The bad news is that there has been somewhat of a greater tendency among clients to be … Continue reading

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Last Day for 2019 EMEA Early Bird is March 1! Sign up today!

The 2019 MARPA EMEA Conference will be held May 15-16 in Dublin, Republic of Ireland at the Clayton Hotel Ballsbridge.  Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to network with air carriers, suppliers, and regulators you don’t normally see at … Continue reading

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Save Before Canada Gets “Nice and Classy” with its Fees: file and renew early!

As we have reported previously, the Canadian Trade-marks Act is set to undergo significant changes as of June 17, 2019. As Canada is finally adhering to the Nice Classification system, one of the most significant changes that trademark owners will … Continue reading

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