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Emerging Market Debt: Another Test for the Financial Markets?
Corinne Ball,Stephen J. Pearson,Jayant W. Tambe,Michael O. Thayer, February 2, 2016
With oil hitting a 12-year low below $30 per barrel and with the volatility and decline of worldwide equities markets during the first weeks in January 2016, some are warning of a return to the bleak days at the beginning of the Great recession.1 In our April 2014 Commentary “High yield Debt:...
Revised DFARS Interim Rule Regarding Cybersecurity Responds to Industry Concerns
Peter F. Garvin,J. Andrew Jackson,Fernand A. Lavallee,Todd S. McClelland,Mauricio F. Paez, February 2, 2016
After collecting feedback from industry representatives, the Department of Defense ("DOD") recently revised the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulations Supplement ("DFARS") interim rule on required cybersecurity measures for defense contractors (the "December 30 Interim...
Third Circuit Rules that Courts, not Arbitration Panels, Have Final Word on Class Action Arbitrability
Louis A. Chaiten,Darren K. Cottriel,Rebekah Byers Kcehowski,Michael A. Magee,Sharyl A. Reisman, February 2, 2016
The history and proceedings of the Third Circuit's recent decision in Chesapeake Appalachia, LLC v. Scout Petroleum, LLC, No. 15-1275, 2016 U.S. App. LEXIS 42 (3d Cir. Jan. 5, 2016), are a precautionary tale suggesting that companies should expressly state key "rules of their game" in...
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