Thought leaders from around the world contribute their perspectives on landmark cases, new legislation, and legal perspectives on new technologies, business practices, and civil procedure.
Samuel G. Kramer
Can bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies ever be adequate widespread substitutes for fiat money?
Did you make it to LMA 2019? Read the Best Lawyers recap of this year's biggest takeaways.
Registering and investigating trademarks are just the beginning when it comes to keeping your intellectual property safe.
An Interview With Jan Bernd Nordemann of Boehmert & Boehmert, Winner of the 2019 "Law Firm of the Year" Award for Intellectual Property Law in Germany
The international property law attorney discusses his firm's recent successes and the trends taking over the IP field.
What improvements do art buyers want to see in the future when it comes to resolving art disputes?
Mariano Roca López
It is an extremely volatile asset whose downward trend has been going on for a month now, having decreased its value more than 40 percent.
Michael B. Fein
Where can you be sued for patent infringement?
Students for Fair Admissions is challenging Harvard's policy of holistic admissions—and might change the future of affirmative action.
The president of Ackert Inc. offers his insights on business development to Best Lawyers following the 2019 Legal Marketing Association Annual Conference.
Carol Steinour Young and Emily Hart
On June 19, 2017, the United States Supreme Court settled the issue of whether an offensive name—in this case, an Asian-American rock band called “The Slants”—can properly be registered as a trademark.
Michelle V. Rafter
While overall business bankruptcies dropped 5.4 percent through Q3, in excess of 300 stores filed for Chapter 7 or 11 in the same period, including big names like Toys “R” Us, Gymboree, and Payless ShoeSource.
The rapidly developing technology is good for much more than just cryptocurrency exchange. What do lawyers need to know?
Meredith Aldridge, Colleen Welch, and Alicia Hall
Forty-five years of progress with Title IX.
Thomas R. Julin
A handful of enterprising companies have discovered that these portraits of distress have great value because they are public records, are not protected by copyright laws, and can be posted on the Internet to persuade the portrayed to pay dearly to take them down.
José Vinícius Bicalho
Antonio Muñoz Vico
It is beyond question that personality rights expire with death and that post-mortem protection of such a personal sphere should be limited to preserving memory.
Anthony J. Enea
Your cryptocurrency assets could pose problems when it comes to your income and estate taxes.
This week in news from our listed attorneys, millions are set aside in a fund for Native American farmers after a winnning class action suit.
More lawsuits mean more opportunities for expert witnesses in all industries and specialties.
Increased government stewardship and a stronger user orientation are two of the key elements shaping this process.
A law firm that cannot meet deadlines, stay within page limits, and answer all parts of a question in an RFP is providing important information regarding the firm’s ability to meet client requirements.
News from our listed lawyers. This week: New leadership at Richards, Layton & Finger, and developments in the Supreme Court.
Robert M. Steeg
With hurricane season upon us, your home is not fully protected until you ensure your real estate documents are up to date and your property is legally secured against storm damages.
In a community property state like California, credit card debt may be shared between partners.
Thomas R. Julin
Corporations now use federal law to fight regulation.
Hunton Andrews Kurth
Krista K. McIntyre
Success in any legal space requires total commitment to your clients. Here’s a meaningful mnemonic to help you get it done.