11th Sep 2013

On June 11, 2012, the United States Supreme Court announced that it would review a class-action securities fraud lawsuit against Amgen, the largest biotechnology company in the world. The Court will determine at what point plaintiffs in class-action stock fraud … more

People who have an ownership interest in a closely-held business often worry about what will happen to the business should the current ownership group shift somehow. What if something happened to one of the owners? What if someone wants out … more

A non-compete agreement is often drafted by organizations in an effort to protect their business interests. Non-compete agreements prohibit employees from starting a competing business, or working for a competitor, within a certain period of time after their employment has … more

Even billionaires have to deal with broken promises and breached contracts. This spring, Donald Trump was accused by an 87-year-old investor of reneging on incentives promised as part of a luxury condominium development contract. The Donald responded that – at … more