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- Q&A with Nixon Peabody's Craig Tractenberg
Law360 | April 6, 2016
New York City partner Craig Tractenberg is featured in a special Q&A discussing his experiences with international arbitration.
- Is it illegal to have an offshore account?
FOX Business | April 4, 2016
New York City commercial litigation associate Danielle McLaughlin appeared on FOX Business discussing legal consequences following the leak of the “Panama Papers” revealing widespread use of offshore company structures.
- Wearable Fitness Tracking Devices: The Resolution of Claims
Product Liability Law & Strategy | April 1, 2016
The first installment of a two-part column authored by New York City partners Chris Mason and Kristin Jamberdino deals with the timely issue of resolving claims centered upon fitness trackers and other personal monitoring devices.