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“The Nature and Enforcement of Choice of Law Agreements” (2018) 14 Journal of Private International Law 500-531

This blog post presents a condensed version of Dr Mukarrum Ahmed’s (Lancaster University) article in the December 2018 issue of the Journal of Private International Law. The blog post includes specific references to the actual journal article to enable the reader … Continue reading

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“The Number on the Matchbook is Old and Faded”: Federal Court Issues First-of-Its-Kind Ruling on Reassigned Number Liability Under the TCPA

We love us some Jim Croce here at Venable and his 1972 ballad, Operator (That’s Not the Way It Feels), is resonating with us right now. In Operator, Croce sings about a man confessing to an operator about his love … Continue reading

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Chicago Lawyer: ‘The wow factor’ Salvi Law’s new space engages the senses

CHICAGO (November 19, 2018) – At the new Salvi, Schostok & Pritchard offices, change comes in details big and small. Many of those changes are designed to engage your senses as soon as you arrive on the 47th floor at … Continue reading

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Pruitt on “The Women Feminism Forgot: Rural and Working-Class White Women in the Era of Trump”

Feminist law prof Lisa Pruitt (UC Davis) has posted to SSRN her article The Women Feminism Forgot: Rural and Working-Class White Women in the Era of Trump, forthcoming in the University of Toledo Law Review.  Here is the abstract: This article, … Continue reading

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Backdating: CEOs Playing “The Dating Game 2.0?”

Earlier this year, we blogged about evidence from insider gifts that backdating was alive and well.  Now a recent study says that there’s a new twist on option backdating – instead of manipulating the timing of equity awards, CEOs are supposedly manipulating the … Continue reading

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