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Olshan New York, USA is recognized as “Best Law Firm”

20/01/2022
Olshan New York, USA is recognized as “Best Law Firm” by U.S. News-Best Lawyers® for Securities/Capital Markets, Real Estate, Commercial Litigation, Advertising, Trusts & Estates and Employee Benefits Olshan Frome Wolosky, New York member firm for LAWorld, has announced the following rankings from U.S. News-Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms” for 2022:  Securities/Capital Markets Law – “Tier 1” in....
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Navigating the Uncertainties of the ETS: What US Employers Should Do Now

20/01/2022
As anticipated, OSHA’s November 5, 2021 Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) has sparked litigation across America and created a flurry of legal activity.  The United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit promptly granted an immediate temporary stay on November 6 “pending briefing and expedited judicial review.”  On November 12, having conducted that expedited review, the Fifth....
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What is Testamentary Trust and should you use one as part of your succession plan in Australia?

20/01/2022
Estate and succession planning can be a crucial consideration at varying stages of your life as it plays an important role when you are starting a family, a business or where your personal, family or financial circumstances change. As you start thinking about protecting your wealth and provide for the ones you most care about,....
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Changes to the Franchising Code of Conduct in Australia

20/01/2022
If you are a franchisor or a franchisee, trading in Australia, it is important to note that amendments were made to the Australian Franchising Code of Conduct (“Code”) 1 June 2021.  Most of these amendments apply to franchise agreements entered into, renewed or extended since 1 July 2021, unless an exception applies. Some of the....
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The Latest Word on Bad Faith

17/11/2021
There have been numerous recent decisions in the U.K. and the E.U. relating to bad faith by an applicant for a trademark which will impact on trademark rulings for businesses throughout Canada.  In addition, the U.K. Canadian Trademark Act has been recently amended to add “bad faith” as a ground of invalidity, so it makes....
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