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San Antonio, Boston named destinations for 2015 USLAW NETWORK Client Conferences

USLAW will be headed to San Antonio, Texas, and Boston, Mass., for the 2015 Spring and Fall Client Conferences, respectively. The spring event will be held April 9-11, 2015, at JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort & Spa in San Antonio followed by the fall event from Sept. 17-19, 2015, at the... more

Gustafson named Chair of USLAW Board of Directors

USLAW NETWORK has announced that C. Erik Gustafson of LeClairRyan has been named the 2014-15 USLAW NETWORK Chair. Gustafson succeeds Bradley A. Wright of Roetzel & Andress LPA, Cleveland, Ohio. The announcement was made yesterday during the organization’s annual membership meeting held in San Fra... more

2014 Fall/Winter issue of USLAW Magazine is ready for download

The 2014 Fall/Winter issue of USLAW Magazine, a professional publication produced by USLAW NETWORK, Inc. (USLAW) to address legal and business issues facing commercial, corporate and insurer clients, is now available for download. All content in the magazine is written by USLAW member firms, leading... more

LATEST LEGAL NEWS

Doctors Fault Assumptions of Settlement With Retirees

In a court filing in Philadelphia, two doctors from the Brain Injury Association of America said the N.F.L.’s proposed settlement would exclude many players and limit their access to benefits.

U.S. Lawsuits Related to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Profits Dismissed

A U.S. federal judge on Tuesday dismissed claims seeking to stop the U.S. government from making Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac pay a quarterly dividend to the U.S. Treasury.

Delayed Justice for the Navajos

A $554 million agreement with the Navajo Nation is the latest and most encouraging development in a reversal by the Obama administration in settling to legitimate tribal claims.

BNP Paribas, After Scandal, Says Chairman Will Resign

Baudouin Prot is leaving in the wake of the institution’s guilty plea and fines in the United States for dealing with blacklisted countries.

Court Casts a New Light on a Bailout

From the moment the New York Fed orchestrated the A.I.G. deal, the government has worked hard to keep its full picture from coming into view.

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EUROPEAN LEGAL NEWS FROM TELFA

FRA publishes train securement rule

The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) published a proposed rule today covering the securement of unattended train equipment, largely codifying its Emergency Order 28 issued in 2013. Emergency Order 28 was issued in response to the Lac Megantic train disaster in Quebec, where an unsecured train carrying crude oil rolled down ...

Hard times for Hungarian general managers?

The new Civil Code of Hungary entered into force on 15th March 2014, replacing the former Civil Code and the Companies’ Act, and among other rules, introduced a new system of liability that affects general managers in Hungary in several ways. Contrary to the unified liability system of the previous ...

Sanction to the Kingdom of Spain for unequal treatment between Spanish residents and non-residents on the Inheritance and Gift Tax

On the 3rd of September, the European Union Court of Justice delivered judgment on the infringement proceedings commenced by the European Union against the Kingdom of Spain. It stated that Spain had failed to comply with its obligations regarding the free movement of capital within the European Union and the ...

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