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Design Principles for Consumer Protection Legislation (Guest Blog Post)

by guest blogger Samuel Becher, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand [Eric’s note: I’m pleased to share this guest blog post from Prof. Samuel Becher, whose work has been mentioned on this blog before. This post is based on Prof. Becher’s new article, Unintended Consequences and the Design of … Continue reading

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Guest Post: How “Pure Entity” Australian Class Actions have Distorted the D&O Market

Francis Kean Regular readers of this blog know that class action litigation is an important part of the Australian liability environment. Although comparisons between the Australian class action system and the U.S. system are frequent, there are important differences in … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Court Requires Insurers to Advance Insureds’ Defense Costs

In the following guest post, Syed Ahmad, Brittany Davidson, and Andrea DeField of Hunton & Williams LLP take a look at a very interesting New York trial court decision relating to D&O insurers’ duty to advance defense costs. I would … Continue reading

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Guest Post: 2017 Year in Review — Securities Litigation

This past year was an eventful one in the corporate and securities litigation arena. In the following guest post, Haynes and Boone, LLP Partners Dan Gold, Kit Addleman, Thad Behrens, Emily Westridge Black, Carrie Huff, Tim Newman, David Siegal, and … Continue reading

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Guest Post: The Benefit of an ICO Bubble Burst

John Reed Stark As many readers undoubtedly are aware, the prices for bitcoin has plunged in recent days, from a peak of nearly $20,000 in December to approximately $8,300 more recently, representing a decline of nearly 60%. The prices for … Continue reading

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