Day: January 31, 2020

Arbitral Dispute Resolution – Serious competitor to State Judiciary?

Defining arbitration There is no universally accepted definition of arbitration as a way of resolving disputes. Attempts have been made to define it, albeit unsuccessfully.  Defining it is mission impossible owing to its multifaceted characteristics, and is only exacerbated by the existence of domestic, and international arbitration. Primarily, to grasp the essence of arbitration, it …

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Tips For Representing Cos., Employees In Gov’t Investigations

Individual liability continues to be at the forefront of criminal investigations and the litigation that often follows. Throughout the past five years, the U.S. Department of Justice’s edicts on individual culpability have varied in tone and rigidity, but the underlying focus on individuals has remained constant. On Sept. 9, 2015, former Deputy Attorney General Sally …

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Addressing Unfair Imports in the Sports and Fitness Industry

Many in the sports and fitness industry face unfair competition from imported products, particularly from China. This unfair competition may come in many forms such as patent or trademark infringement, theft of trade secrets or false advertising. Legal mechanisms exist to address this unfair importation including trademark registration with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (“CBP”) …

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