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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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Belgium Modifies Royal Decree Regarding the Placement on the Market of Substances Manufactured at the Nanoscale, Requires Registration of Mixtures

Belgium published in the January 15, 2018, Official Gazette an amendment to the Royal Decree regarding the placement on the market of substances manufactured at the nanoscale.  Under the amendment, cosmetic products as defined by the July 2012 Belgian Royal … Continue reading

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New Los Angeles Ordinance Requires Banks And Lenders To Repair Vacant Residential Property

In another blow to residential lenders, the city of Los Angeles has passed an ordinance that will require the person that owns or is in control of certain residential real property to maintain the property in a safe and sanitary … Continue reading

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Alice Woolley, "Rhetoric and Realities: What Independence of the Bar Requires of Lawyer Regulation"

Article. Abstract: The Canadian legal profession is largely self-regulating. Provincial law societies governed by lawyers elected by their peers set the standards for admission to the profession and for ethical conduct, and investigate, prosecute and adjudicate allegations of professional misconduct … Continue reading

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Violation of FAR 135.25(b) Requires Actual Operation While Air Carrier Did Not Have Exclusive Use Of At Least One Aircraft

In a recent civil penalty action, the FAA administrator actually reversed an administrative law judge's ("ALJ") assessment of civil penalty finding that the FAA had failed to prove its case. In The Matter of Helicopter Flite, Inc. the FAA alleged … Continue reading

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