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Reflections on a judicial career ABI Journal

I am told that I was assigned more than 12,000 cases during my time as a bankruptcy judge for the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware and presided over at least 43 large...

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New national environment and natural resources policy International Law Office

On 7 July 2020 the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources (SEMARNAT) published the Environment and Natural Resources Sector Programme for 2020 to 2024, which is the nationwide policy ...

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Privacy law will become more specialized in 2030 Visions of Privacy (International Association of Privacy Professionals)

My prediction: By the year 2030, privacy law will become more specialized. Lawyers will no longer hold themselves out as "privacy lawyers" generally but rather will focus on particular...

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Corporate governance and directors' duties in Singapore: overview Thomson Reuters Practical Law

A Q&A guide to corporate governance law in Singapore.

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The MLB, NHL, and NBA may be coming back, but they're going to have to deal with a minefield of data and privacy issues if they want fans back in the stands Business Insider

As the NBA, NHL, and MLB return to play, the excitement of the action is coming back to courts and fields but one thing remains missing – fans cheering in the stands.

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Competence-corrections: Fifth Circuit in the U.S. says arbitrators decide what "correction” means Kluwer Arbitration Blog

Awards are final – mostly. Many institutional rules allow arbitrators to correct clerical errors in their awards, but prohibit revisions to the merits of their decisions. The U.S....

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Does an arbitration agreement protect a debtor from the threat of liquidation?

In several Commonwealth jurisdictions, the corporate legislation allows creditors to petition a court to order the winding up of a debtor in circumstances where that debtor is unable to pay ...

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How tolling orders may complicate NY mortgage collections Law360

Due to COVID-19, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has issued executive orders that toll the statute of limitations on actions that seek to collect on mortgage debt in the state. These orders will ...

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Coronavirus has produced an outdoor sports boom that will spur M&A

The negative impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic cannot be overstated and have touched nearly every industry and person in the world. In sports, these negative impacts have been most readily...

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