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- Colo. Court Further Affirms Design Defect Preemption
Law360 | January 7, 2016
New York Commercial Litigation associate Paul Stinson explains the precedent set in Colorado that will be of value for aviation defendants who find themselves litigating in forums that recognize federal preemption of the field of aviation safety.
- Rekordår för köp göder Wall Street (Record Year for Acquisitions is Feeding Wall Street)
Dagens Industry (Sweden) | December 28, 2015
New York City corporate attorney Hanna Jackson provides third-party commentary in this feature story on the 2015 calendar year on Wall Street.
- Family Medical History Queries Violate GINA
Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) | December 22, 2015
Labor & Employment partner Christopher Gegwich is quoted in this article discussing inquiries by employers that violate the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA).