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ARCHIVE: July 2011
FEATURE ARTICLES
By Lee J. Potter, Jr.
Is vendor due diligence likely to be as popular in the Untied States as it is in Europe?
By Edward A. Morse
Businesses who handle consumer data may be facing new legal risks and burdens.
By Bruce M. Polichar
Parties to a business negotiation may find themselves bound to arbitration even though a binding contract is absent.
INSIDE BUSINESS LAW:
Highlights of Committee Work Product
Spotlight on the Environmental Committee
Does your business law practice increasingly deal with a multitude of environmental law issues? If so, check out this superb content from the Environmental and Energy Business Law Reporter:
OTHER NEWSLETTERS BY SECTION MEMBERS
DEPARTMENTS
Securities:
Supreme Court Limits Liability in 10b-5 Fraud Cases

By Jay G. Baris, Jordan Eth and Mark David McPherson

Securities:
SEC's Whistleblower Program Finalized

By Howard E. Berkenblit and Stacy H. Louizos

Initial Public Offerings:
New FINRA Rule Affects Lock-Up Agreements for IPO Shares

By Peter W. LaVigne, Christopher J. Austin and Richard A. Kline
THE LAST LAUGH

The Last Laugh

The Last Laugh
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