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- North Carolina's bathroom law: Where does it go now?
CNN | May 11, 2016
New York City associate Danielle McLaughlin is quoted throughout this article about what will happen next with North Carolina’s bathroom law following the federal lawsuits.
- Allianz and Partners Mint ‘Game Changing' Wind Hedge
Power Finance and Risk | May 10, 2016
New York City Energy & Environmental partner Ellen Friedman is quoted in this article regarding Allianz Risk Transfer’s novel 10-year hedge product that will fund wind projects against the risk of intermittent wind resources.
- Franchising Business & Law Alert
Franchising Business & Law Alert | May 1, 2016
New York City partner Craig Tractenberg authored this column discussing the complexities of covenants not to compete.