NY Business Law Journal

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    A publication of the Business Law Section
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    Summer 2017

    HeadNotes
    (David L. Glass)

    Arbitration Vacatur Motions and Equitable Tolling in New York
    (Jason Kornmehl)

    How Dewey & LeBoeuf Failed to Fore-WARN
    (Stuart B. Newman and C. Tyler Silvey)

    November 2016 Amendments to the Not-For-Profit Corporation Law
    (Fred Attea)

    Exes and the Attorney-Client Privilege
    (C. Evan Stewart)

    Electronic Deposit of Checks—Tips to Avoid Problems
    (Jay L. Hack)

    Recent Employment Laws Impacting Private Employers in New York
    (Sharon Parella)

    Inside the Courts: An Update from Skadden Securities Litigators

    Department of Labor Fiduciary Rules
    (Elena Dain)

    Cybersecurity and Its Impact on the Financial Services Industry
    (Niyati Sangani)

    Robo-Advisors: Regulation and Design Features for Risk Mitigation
    (Melvin Tjon Akon)

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    The NY Business Law Journal features peer-written substantive articles relating to the practice of business law. It is designed to provide practice-oriented insight and guidance relevant to the business law practitioner, with special emphasis on lawyers who practice in the State of New York. Edited by David L. Glass (Editor-in-Chief) and Prof. James D. Redwood (Managing Editor), the NY Business Law Journal is published twice per year by the Business Law Section and distributed to Section Members free of charge.

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