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Third circuit affirms plan distributions are not proceeds of collateral

Insight Douglas J. Schneller Douglas J. Schneller · July 29, 2019
In Energy Future Holdings Corp. v. Morgan Stanley Capital Grp., Inc., 2019 U.S. App. LEXIS 18458 (3d Cir. 2019) (“EFH”), the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit issued an important, albeit nonprecedential, opinion about whether adequate protection payments and plan distributions made during a bankruptcy case should be

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Rimon Partner Patricia Annino named in Chambers USA top Private Wealth Law

News Patricia Annino Patricia Annino · July 29, 2019
Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business recognized Patricia Annino as a Top Private Wealth Law attorney among its high net worth rankings. Chambers is widely recognized as one of the top tier awards an attorney can receive. They rank lawyers and law firms on several factors and considerations, all of which are

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Facebook’s Libra, cryptocurrency and the Token Taxonomy Act: much needed blockchain innovation reform or fear of the giants?

Insight Sam Miller Sam Miller · July 24, 2019
Although Capitol Hill and not Mount Olympus, one could be forgiven for mistaking the Facebook Libra co-creator and Calibra CEO, David Marcus’s July 17th, 2019 testimony before the House Committee on Financial Services for a page out of Greek mythology. If one were to be dramatic, one could say that this was no more an exercise in regulatory

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Rimon welcomes International and Corporate Attorney Federico Salinas to its new Warsaw, Poland office

News Federico (Fed) Salinas Federico (Fed) Salinas · July 23, 2019
Continuing to expand its global presence, Rimon Law is opening a Warsaw, Poland office with the addition of Federico Salinas as Partner and a team of Polish associates who are labor law, real estate, immigration and corporate law specialists. Mr. Salinas is a senior business leader and advisor who has led a prominent Venture Capital firm based

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Rimon Law Welcomes Real Estate and M&A Attorney Dmitry Kunitsa and Opens Office in Moscow, Russia

News Dmitry Kunitsa Dmitry Kunitsa · July 22, 2019
Rimon Law welcomes Dmitry Kunitsa, a leading international real estate transaction attorney who has handled many of the biggest deals coming out of Russia and Eastern Europe, as the firm’s first Partner in its new office in Moscow, Russia. Mr. Kunitsa joins Rimon from Morgan Lewis, where he was also a Partner and served as head of its

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The End of Fine Art Experts? A Few Lessons Learned From The Recent Agnes Martin Litigation

Insight Sam Miller Sam Miller · July 18, 2019
Picture this. The Picasso that always hung in your childhood livingroom; a gift to your grandfather from a grateful gallery owner, liberated as your grandfather’s 264th Infantry Regiment worked its way through France in the dying days of World War II. As the years passed, and family generations moved on, the family puts the Picasso up for

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Warhol, Prince and a Case of Vanity Perhaps Not-So-Fair: Even Fine Art Colossuses Need Inspiration

Insight Sam Miller Sam Miller · July 10, 2019
What could be more flattering than arguably the greatest pop fine artist of all time copying your work? Well fine art photographer, Lynn Goldsmith, apparently wasn’t all too flattered when she saw Andy Warhol’s ‘Prince Series’ (of the singer, once known as “The Artist Formerly Known As Prince” or that

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NTI 2019 Conference

Event Patricia Annino Patricia Annino
Sep 15, 2019
Host: NTI Location & Time: Four Seasons Hotel  3960 S Las Vegas Blvd Las Vegas, NV 89119 Rimon Partner Patricia Annino will be speaking on "2019 Estate, Gift, Benefits and Retirement Planning Update (2 parts)." Click here to register. Patricia M. Annino is a partner in Rimon’s Trust and Estates Group. A

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Update on EU Election Results Suggest Tougher Regulatory Climate for US Firms Doing Business in Europe

Insight Stephen Díaz Gavin Stephen Díaz Gavin · July 05, 2019
Late on July 2nd, after several days heated and extensive discussions, the leaders of the EU countries announced their choices to lead the EU institutions for the next five years: Germany’s current Minister of Defense, Ursula von der Leyen as President of the European Commissioner Belgium’s lame duck Prime Minister, Charles Michel

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SCOTUS Holds Licensee May Continue Using Trademark After Rejection in Bankruptcy

Insight Douglas J. Schneller Douglas J. Schneller · June 11, 2019
The Supreme Court of the United States has ruled that the rejection in bankruptcy by a debtor-licensor of an executory trademark license does not terminate the licensee’s right to use the trademark but instead has the same effect as a breach of that contract outside of bankruptcy.[1] Consequently, the licensee may continue to use the

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