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English Court Of Appeal Checks Its Privilege; Decides It Still Applies
A recent decision by the English courts has confirmed that litigation privilege is available for criminal investigations.
UK
16 Oct 2018
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It's Back To SAB 99 For FASB Definition Of Materiality
The proposals, however, faced an onslaught of criticism from commenters.
United States
7 Sep 2018
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How Much Disclosure Of Deal Dirty Laundry Is Necessary In Order To Fully Inform A Corwin/Volcano Cleansing Vote?
In Elizabeth Morrison v. Ray Berry et. al., (dated July 9, 2018), the Delaware Supreme Court reversed the Delaware Chancery Court's dismissal of deal litigation ...
United States
14 Aug 2018
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New California Fax Law
In June 2005 Congress passed the federal Junk Fax Prevention Act in response to new rules developed by the Federal Communications Commission that were scheduled to take effect July 1. The Junk Fax Prevention Act restored the established business relationship exception that allows associations and companies to send unsolicited faxes to their members and clients.
United States
 
15 Dec 2005
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The United States Patent Office Eliminates its Technological-Arts Rejection and Aligns its Examination Procedure with Existing Federal Law
For the past several years, examiners at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office have been rejecting business-method patent applications that do not require the use of a computer or other electronic device using a rejection referred to as the "technological-arts rejection.
United States
2 Dec 2005
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