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Title IX: How Female Athletes at New York Colleges Face Major Inequities in Sports

News Bernays T. (Buz) Barclay Bernays T. (Buz) Barclay · May 28, 2019
Rimon Partner Buz Barclay of Albany, New York, and co-counsel Rimon Global Alliance member Carlos Gonzalez of Miami, Florida, represent female student athletes of the State University of New York at Albany in a Federal class action lawsuit under Title IX, claiming that the university is systematically denying

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Annual Consumer Financial Services Conference

Event John R. Mussman John R. Mussman
May 30, 2019
Host: Conference on Consumer Financial Law Why You Should Attend ​Rimon Partner, John Mussman, will present at the Annual Consumer Financial Services Conference next Thursday and Friday (May 30 and May 31) at Loyola University Chicago School of Law.  His discussion will address recent CFPB actions in fair lending.  The Conference will

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Princeton Entrepreneurship Council’s Startup Workshop: Legal Considerations for Startups

Event Dror Futter Dror Futter
May 31, 2019 10:00AM - 10:55AM EDT
Date & Time May 31st, 2019, 10am Why You Should Attend Rimon’s FinTech Partner, Dror Futter, will be speaking at Princeton Entrepreneurship Council's "Startup Workshop: Legal Considerations for Startups. Register here Dror Futter is a partner in the Rimon, PC law firm. Dror's practice focuses on representing startup

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Inside the VC Industry’s View of University Spinouts: Critical Insights for TTOs

Event Dror Futter Dror Futter
Jun 20, 2019 1:00PM - 2:00PM EDT
Date & Time June 20, 2019, 1:00pm Why You Should Attend Rimon’s FinTech Partner, Dror Futter, will be presenting on a live webinar titled "Inside the VC Industry’s View of University Spinouts: Critical Insights for TTOs." Here’s a quick look at what will be addressed in this detailed session: What do VCs and

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LIBOR Fallbacks- Alternative Reference Rates

Insight Douglas J. Schneller Douglas J. Schneller · Fred Chang Fred Chang · Q. Scott Kaye Q. Scott Kaye · Emma R. Larson Emma R. Larson · Robert Q. Lee Robert Q. Lee · Suzanne L’Hernault Suzanne L’Hernault · Lisa-Marie Monsanto Lisa-Marie Monsanto · Yaacov P. Silberman Yaacov P. Silberman · Patrick Maschio Patrick Maschio · May 20, 2019
LIBOR Fallbacks: What’s Next After LIBOR? At the end of 2021, the London Interbank Offered Rate (“LIBOR”) may cease as a reference interest rate.[1] For years LIBOR has served as the leading baseline reference interest rate for loans and other financial instruments such as floating rate notes. In order to minimize or avoid loan

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Sears Fights with Vendors Whether Goods Were Delivered Prepetition or Postpetition

Insight Douglas J. Schneller Douglas J. Schneller · May 16, 2019
Several foreign suppliers are seeking to compel payment by Sears Holding Corporation and subsidiary debtors (collectively the “Debtors”) for merchandise purchased by the Debtors during, or just before the commencement of, the Debtors’ Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases (the “Case” or “Sears”) pending in the United

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Rimon Represents Foxconn in Royalties Case Against Microsoft

News Matthew Poppe Matthew Poppe · Gabriel Gregg Gabriel Gregg · Zheng Liu Zheng Liu · Kendra Orr Kendra Orr · Jessie Zhou Jessie Zhou · May 09, 2019
Rimon's Matthew Poppe, Gabriel G. Gregg, Zheng Liu, Jieshuai Zhou and Kendra Orr represent Foxconn's parent company, Hon Hai, in suit against Microsoft. This suit has received extensive news coverage in Bloomberg, Reuters and Law360. Read more in this Law360 Article.

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9th Circuit Declines to Dismiss a Marijuana-Related Chapter 11 Case, Affirms Plan Confirmation

Insight Douglas J. Schneller Douglas J. Schneller · May 09, 2019
Does a real estate company’s bankruptcy reorganization plan go up in smoke if a tenant uses the property to grow marijuana? Relying on the plain text of Bankruptcy Code Section 1129(a)(3)[1] and the particular facts and procedural history of the case, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit affirmed confirmation of the

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Sports Authority and Consignments: Lessons for Lenders and Vendors

Insight Douglas J. Schneller Douglas J. Schneller · May 09, 2019
A Delaware bankruptcy court (the “Court”) recently considered conflicting security interest claims of (i) a vendor that manufactured and consigned goods to a merchant that later filed for bankruptcy, and (ii) a secured lender that had a perfected lien on inventory and proceeds. The decision has important lessons relating to

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Notice 2019-07: Safe Harbor Election for Rental Real Estate Enterprises

Insight Susan F. Klein Susan F. Klein · May 02, 2019
The Internal Revenue Service recently issued a Notice providing a safe harbor election under which a rental real estate enterprise will be treated as satisfying the Section 199A deduction trade or business requirement. Click here to read the insight. Susan F. Klein focuses her practice on tax matters relating to private international

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