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For this episode we’re joined by Kenneth Shropshire, one of the leading thought leaders in today’s sporting world. Ken is the Adidas Distinguished Professor of Global Sport at Arizona State University and the CEO of the Global Sport Institute, which...

On November 14, 2018, the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit affirmed the dismissal of and denial of leave to amend a putative class action complaint against Altisource Asset Management Corporation (“AAMC”) and certain of its former...

Whether and in what form a consumer has given consent to be contacted via an automatic telephone dialing system (ATDS) may be a crucial aspect of determining liability under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). Consent may preclude certain...

A recent Harris Poll surveyed adults on the topic of corporate social responsibility and found, not surprisingly, that a majority of those asked stated that companies should – or perhaps “ought” – to have a mission beyond profit. What was surprising...

After a long, hard-fought, and often bitter campaign, the parties battled to a partisan draw. As expected, Democrats took over the House of Representatives. Democrats also flipped a number of Governors’ mansions, but lost some of their high-profile...

The Commission has frequently reiterated its view that initial coin offerings or ICOs may involve the sale of securities in the form of an investment contract based on the traditional Howey analysis. Early cases such as Munchee, settled in December...

The Beaver Watershed Alliance (“BWA”) announced that Alan Pugh will undertake a presentation on November 29th addressing: Study for Flood Management & Water Quality Funding for the City of Fayetteville (“Presentation”) - Mr. Pugh serves as Staff...

In my last article, I discussed whether inconsistent dates on a promissory note and deed of trust could cause problems in foreclosure. But what if you can't even find the original promissory note? Perhaps it was inadvertently shredded, or perhaps it...

On October 29, 2018 a N.J. Appellate Division panel reversed a dismissal of class action overtime pay claims brought against a freight-forwarding company that convinced the lower court that the company’s drivers and deliverers lacked standing to sue...

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