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- Minimum-Wage Increase Attacks Advantages of Franchising
The Legal Intelligencer | July 25, 2014
New York City partner and leader of the Franchise & Distribution practice Craig Tractenberg discusses efforts by the International Franchise Association (IFA) and five franchisees seeking to block a law to increase Seattle's minimum wage given its potential impact on the franchise method of doing business.
- Wells Fargo's Toledo Heads All-Female Municipal Forum Slate
The Bond Buyer | July 24, 2014
New York City Public Finance partner Virginia Wong is noted among the leadership of the Municipal Forum of New York.
- CCOs Not Immune to SEC Charges When Agency Finds They Neglect Their Duties
ACA Insight | July 14, 2014
New York City Government Investigations & White Collar Defense counsel Brad Mirkin provides commentary in this feature article discussing consequences chief compliance officers face when failing to meet their compliance obligations.