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Law 360 Law Firm Leaders series interviews Rimon CEO Michael Moradzadeh on Rimon’s growth, goals, and handling of COVID-19

News Michael Moradzadeh Michael Moradzadeh · May 12, 2020
In this interview, Law360 asks Michael Moradzadeh why he helped start Rimon, how the firm has evolved over the last decade, where the firm sees itself in the next five years, and how the firm is responding to the coronavirus pandemic. Michael Moradzadeh explains how Rimon has kept the aspects of traditional law firms that foster excellence and

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Fine Art goes online: the (virtual) reality of COVID-19 and the changing face of the fine art markets

Insight Sam Miller Sam Miller · May 11, 2020
We wrote earlier about the COVID-19 shutdown threat to gallery solvency, and possible creditor claims to works on consignment. Now two months into confinement, the threat to galleries is real with a quarter of Los Angeles fine art galleries responding to the Los Angeles Times April 20, 2020 Fine Art Gallery Survey that they would

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CLE - Germany: Be Ready for the Opportunity. Basic Public Take-over Law Principles

Event Dirk Walter Hamann Dirk Walter Hamann
Thursday, May 28th • 1 PM ET - (1 CLE Credit ) Economies will tumble into recession, including in Germany, due to Corona-crisis lockdown measures. Stock markets currently are more than volatile. Some enterprises will benefit, most will be hit hard. Nothing seems to be certain. Nothing, really? One thing is certain: there will be massive

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Retroactive Pay-to-Play Coming to a Venture Theater Near You

Insight Dror Futter Dror Futter · May 10, 2020
Retroactive pay-to-plays are not common in a rising market but are likely to become very common over the next year or two. When inside investors "pass the hat" for the next funding round, those investors unable/unwilling to fund their pro-rata could confront some very harsh consequences. Even for companies that already have pay-to-play clauses

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LP Defaults and GP-led Fund Restructuring

Event Mark Diamond Mark Diamond · Geoffrey Perusse Geoffrey Perusse
This course will discuss approaches to dealing with LP Capital call defaults and fund restructurings as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, outlining the legal issues and providing practical insights.       Course materials can be found here. Presenters: Geoffrey Perusse, Mark Diamond Geoffrey Perusse counsels businesses in connection

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Rimon Law welcomes Jason Xu as International Intellectual Property Partner in its Washington, DC office

News Jason Xu Jason Xu · May 04, 2020
Washington, DC — Rimon Law welcomes Jason Xu as a Partner on its Intellectual Property team based out of the Washington, DC Office.    Jason Xu joins Rimon from White & Case.  Frequently traveling between the US and China, Jason advises, assists, and resolves

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Claims Traders Beware: Another Bankruptcy Court Determines that Disallowance under Bankruptcy Code Section 502(d) Follows the Claim

Insight Douglas J. Schneller Douglas J. Schneller · John J. Hanley John J. Hanley · Patrick Maschio Patrick Maschio · April 30, 2020
On April 22, 2020, Bankruptcy Judge Sean H. Lane of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York (the “Bankruptcy Court”) issued an important opinion[1] regarding claim disallowance under Section 502(d) of the United States Bankruptcy Code (“Section 502(d)”).[2] In brief, the Bankruptcy Court,

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Rimon team helps self-driving startup XMotors fight against Tesla’s demands in trade secrets battle

News Zheng Liu Zheng Liu · Scott Raber Scott Raber · April 28, 2020
A Chinese self-driving car startup told a California federal judge that Tesla can't rifle through its intellectual property to bolster a trade secrets suit against a former engineer accused of downloading Tesla’s Autopilot source code before joining the Chinese startup. XMotors.ai Inc., which is not a party to Tesla’s lawsuit

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Webinar: COVID-19 Legal Watch – Top 10 Steps for Small and Medium-sized Businesses (SMBs)

Event Dror Futter Dror Futter
Sponsor Keller Center of Princeton University Date & Time May 5th, 2020, 12 pm ET Why You Should Attend Rimon Partner, Dror Futter, spoke on "COVID-19 Legal Watch – Top 10 Steps for Small and Medium-sized Businesses (SMBs)." COVID-19 may prove to be life-threatening to many small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs). Times have changed

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Getting out of, delaying, modifying, or enforcing contracts as a result of COVID-19 or related government actions and restrictions

Insight David W. Tate, Esq. David W. Tate, Esq. · April 28, 2020
Many businesses and contracting parties are looking at the possibilities of getting out of, delaying, modifying, or enforcing contracts as a result of COVID-19 or government actions and restrictions. Typical legal issues and arguments relating to those actions include: force majeure clauses, impossibility, commercial impracticability, frustration

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