July 17, 2017 
Law360
In Law360Jim Shehan opposes proposal from professors to reduce insurance coverage for accelerated approval drugs and cites good safety and effectiveness record of these products.
July 10, 2017 
Law360
Mary Hildebrand comments in Law360 on the risks created by an expanded definition of personal data under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
July 7, 2017 
BloombergBNA
In Bloomberg BNAMary Hildebrand comments on enhanced compliance obligations imposed on data processors once the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) takes effect on May 25, 2018.
July 3, 2017 
Law360
Mary Hildebrand comments in Law360 regarding the FTC’s stance on collecting geolocation data from cellphones without explicit consent.
June 5, 2017 
Law360
Steven Hecht comments in Law360 regarding the impact the Delaware Supreme Court’s impending ruling in the DFC Global case will have on appraisal actions.
May 31, 2017 
The Star Ledger
In The Star LedgerCatherine Weiss comments on the pro bono community’s efforts to persuade the state to create a publicly funded program to provide free, appointed counsel to low-income, detained immigrants facing deportation.
May 2017 
Turnarounds & Workouts
Kenneth A. Rosen comments in Turnarounds & Workouts regarding the increasing rate of retailers in bankruptcy trying to leverage intellectual property in out-of-court refinancings. Rosen participated in a webinar concerning new concepts being implemented by retailers in bankruptcy proceedings.
May 2017 
Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
In Metropolitan Corporate CounselLynda Bennett shares her advice for women overcoming challenges to lead in the law
May 9, 2017 
Food Dive
Kenneth A. Rosen comments in Food Dive on some of the aspects of the bankruptcy law in relation to food companies, and explanations for the limited number of chapter 11 filings in the industry.
May 2, 2017 
Communications Daily Newsletter
Matt Savare is quoted in Communications Daily Newsletter on establishing a real-world claim for virtual-world torts.
May 1, 2017 
Intellectual Property Watch
In Intellectual Property WatchMatt Savare comments on emerging IP issues as virtual reality and augmented reality technologies develop.
April 2017 
Turnarounds & Workouts
Kenneth A. Rosen is quoted in Turnarounds & Workouts, based upon his comments in a webinar regarding new concepts being implemented by retailers in an effort to drive traffic back into the malls and shopping centers.
April 30, 2017 
The Wall Street Journal
Jeffrey Cohen is quoted in The Wall Street Journal regarding the winning bids at auction of Gander Mountain Co. by Camping World Inc. and a contractual joint venture of liquidators including, Gordon Brothers, Hilco, Tiger Capital and Great American. Substantially all of the assets of the outdoor retailer, including inventory, intellectual property and trademarks, were sold for approximately an aggregate of $390M. Cohen, Keara Waldron and Barry Bazian represent the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors.
April 26, 2017 
Racked.com
Kenneth A. Rosen is quoted in Racked.com regarding the Chapter 11 filing of online retailer Nasty Gal, and the purchasers of its intellectual property, Boohoo. Rosen comments about the importance of superior customer service, and the potential damage to a brand in its absence.
April 25, 2017 
Law360
In Law360, Jeffrey Blumenfeld discusses what to expect in the new administration’s approach to antitrust and merger enforcement under AAG nominee Makan Delrahim.
April 21, 2017 
Fortune
Jeff Cohen is quoted in Fortune and Term Sheet regarding the increasing utilization of bankruptcy law by startup technology companies when businesses fail. Cohen points to the increased involvement by venture capitalists and the need to protect their personal liabilities, as well as intellectual property assets and customer lists as value drivers in Chapter 11 filings.
April 13, 2017 
Hedge Fund Law Report
Ben Kozinn discusses regulatory changes effecting the hedge fund industry in an exclusive interview with The Hedge Fund Law Report.
April 6, 2017 
Law360
In Law360Michael T.G. Long discusses the Monmouth County Superior Court’s entry of a preliminary injunction allowing Ocean Grove, NJ-based pro bono client QSpot LGBT Community Center to maintain its lease while pursuing claims that its landlord acted out of anti-LGBT bias in seeking to evict the organization. Steven M. Rosato is also highlighted for his representation of the client.
April 1, 2017 
POLITICO Pro
Mary Hildebrand comments in POLITICO Pro on the U.S. government’s political stance regarding the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield pact.
March 30, 2017 
The Street
Michael S. Etkin is quoted in The Street about the implications of the Chapter 11 filing of Westinghouse Electric Co., including the impact on its parent company, Toshiba.
March 27, 2017 
LegalTech News
Mary Hildebrand is quoted in LegalTech News on the UK’s data protection authority’s enforcement of cybersecurity standards.
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