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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


Republicans Switch Firm Handling Obama Suit

A lawyer withdrew from the case, reportedly under pressure from colleagues concerned about its political aspects.

In Closing Arguments, Arab Bank’s Role in Flagging Terrorists Is Debated

The federal civil trial, in Brooklyn, pits the bank against victims of terrorist attacks in and around Israel that they say were carried out by Hamas.

Failed Bank’s Broken Vows Mean Little

A federal judge dismissed an F.D.I.C. suit against nine former officials of Cooperative Bank of Wilmington, N.C., even though examiners had tried to persuade the bank to change its practices.

Lawsuit Seeks Stricter Rules for Truck Driver Training

A group of safety advocates sued the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, saying the agency has been too slow in strengthening training requirements for commercial big-rig operators.

U.S. Courts Close 2 Payday Lenders Accused of Fraud

Two federal agencies sued groups that deposited money into consumers’ bank accounts without their consent, and then made unauthorized withdrawals.

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Reversionary leases

Some leases grant tenants security of tenure – an automatic right to renew, subject to certain statutory exceptions. When the lease doesn’t have security of tenure, but the parties agree the tenant can have a new lease at the expiry of the current lease, the new lease is a “reversionary ...

Managing Never-Ending Leaves Under the ADA

Courts have uniformly found that leave can be a reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). So even if an employee isn’t eligible for leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) or has expended all of his FMLA leave, he still may be eligible for leave ...

TUPE: options for minimum pension arrangements extended

Between April 2005 and April 2014, where employees transferred to a new employer (the Transferor Employer) under TUPE and they were entitled to occupational pension scheme benefits, the new employer (the Transferee Employer) was required to provide certain minimum pension benefits going forward. Broadly, the Transferee Employer was required to ...

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