NY Business Law Journal

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    A publication of the Business Law Section
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    Winter 2016

    (David L. Glass)

    Client Update: Federal Financial Regulators to Propose Enhanced Cyber Risk Management Standards
    (Attorneys of Debevoise and Pimpton)

    Information Asymmetry: The CFPB Proposes Changes to the Rules Governing Confidential Information
    (Ori Lev)

    Employee Benefits in the Trump Administration: What Can Employers Expect?
    (David Pratt)

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

    Standard New York Choice of Law Provisions May Apply Foreign Laws to Bar Claims
    (William J. Hine and Sevan Ogulluk)

    The New York Court of Appeals Takes the Wrong Fork in the Road on the Common Interest Privilege
    (C. Evan Stewart)

    Attorney-Client Privilege Update
    (Michael J. Hutter)

    Inside the Courts
    (An Update From Skadden Securities Litigators)

    "A Hyphen! A Hyphen! My Kingdom for a Hyphen!"
    (James D. Redwood)

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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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