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Federal Reserve Board issues proposal to clarify and simplify “control” under the Bank Holding Company Act

On April 23, 2019, the Federal Reserve Board announced that it had voted to issue a proposal for public comment that would simplify and make more transparent the standards under which the Federal Reserve Board determines that a company controls … Continue reading

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In a Divorce, Who’s Left Holding the Credit Card Bills?

Marriage is a partnership, therefore, it is not unusual for couples to share both assets and liabilities while they are together, but what happens in a divorce? Usually spouses, with the help of their lawyers, will work to reach agreements … Continue reading

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DWI Car Accidents – Holding Bars Accountable

If you have been injured or a loved one has been killed in a car accident where the driver at fault was under the influence of alcohol, you may be able to hold a restaurant or bar responsible for the … Continue reading

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In re Marco Guldenaar Holding B.V. (Fed. Cir. 2018)

By Michael Borella — One final 35 U.S.C. § 101 case inched across the finish line at the end of 2018. And while this one is not particular remarkable substantively, its concurrence from a particularly opinionated judge may give it … Continue reading

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Will “Return Mail” Create an Escape from the Supreme Court’s Holding in “SAS”?

Readers of this blog may recall that in the past year, I wrote extensively about the U.S. Supreme Court case of Oil States v. Greene’s Energy. But I paid little attention to another important case decided around the same time: SAS Institute v. … Continue reading

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