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Elderly Care
January 23, 2020
Longevity Trends 2020
London partner Victoria Sander explores how the pension de-risking market can overcome obstacles to further growth, published by Longevity Leaders.
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  • May 06, 2019
     
    Open Book Latham lawyers discuss the legal implications of the recent US Supreme Court decision, Jam v. International Finance Corporation.
     
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  • November, 2018
     
    Federal Trade Commission Latham merger clearance litigators analyze the recent Federal Trade Commission hearing during which concerns were raised among the participants about how lower courts will apply Ohio v. Amex to two-sided markets.
     
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  • April 05, 2018
     
    Financial Graph Complex Commercial litigators discuss the implications of a recent Supreme Court decision that settled a circuit split regarding the application of Bankruptcy Code §546(e) safe harbor.
     
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  • December 20, 2017
     
    Ionic column architectural detail Latham Litigation & Trial lawyers discuss the Commercial Division of the New York Supreme Court's rule changes that are scheduled to go into effect January 1, 2018 in an article published in the New York Law Journal.
     
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  • October 31, 2017
     
    Melissa Arbus Sherry - MIT Supreme Court & Appellate partner Melissa Arbus Sherry describes her first argument before the US Supreme Court in an article published by Law360.
     
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  • October 13, 2017
     
    AmericanRiver Analysis published in Law360 explains how the US Supreme Court will decide the correct forum for suits challenging the “Clean Water Rule.”
     
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  • February 01, 2017
     
    US Supreme Court, Washington, D.C. In an article for Government Contracting Law Report, Latham lawyers discuss a recent unanimous U.S. Supreme Court decision that places discretion in the hands of district courts as to whether and how to sanction relators who violate the seal requirement in False Claims Act cases.
     
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  • December 09, 2016
     
    Detail of a court building Salman reaffirms Dirks and holds that a “gift” of inside information to a trading relative or friend continues to meet the personal-benefit requirement.
     
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