Wilson Sonsini Adds Former SEC Fintech Specialist Neel Maitra to Corporate Practice

Maitra Joins the Firm’s Washington, DC, Office as a Partner After Serving as a Fintech and Cryptocurrency Specialist at the Securities and Exchange Commission Contact:Kelsey DellovoBaretz+Brunelle339,223.0961 Mobilekdellovo@baretzbrunelle.com PALO ALTO, CA (June 21, 2022) – Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, the premier provider of legal services to technology, life sciences, and growth enterprises worldwide, announced today … Read more

Dark money pours into state races | Govt-and-politics

More than $6.5 million, most of it with untraceable origins, has poured into Oklahoma statewide and legislative primary races since April 1, according to independent expenditure reports filed with the State Ethics Commission. With Democrats having few primaries and Libertarians none at all, virtually all of the money has been spent on intraparty Republican warfare. … Read more

Snowbirds Purchasing United States Real Estate

Given our winter climate, many Canadians choose to be “Snowbirds” and buy a property to spend the winter in warmer climates in the United States (“US”). Once that decision is made as to where and what, the structure of the purchase must be considered, so as not to run afoul of or be adversely impacted … Read more

Sullivan to hold delinquent tax sale in Kingsport on Wednesday | Real-estate

BLOUNTVILLE – About 100 pieces of real estate will go on the auction block Wednesday in a delinquent tax sale being held by Sullivan County. The minimum opening bids on the parcels range from $ 534 (for a lot in a mobile home park) to $ 21,285 for a home on Hawthorne Street in Kingsport. … Read more

Sullivan commission clears way for Kingsport annexation, residential development near West Ridge | Appalachian Highlands

BLOUNTVILLE – The Sullivan County Commission OK’d an interlocal agreement with Kingsport that clears the way to the city to annex 200 acres near West Ridge High School. State law requires such an agreement to be approved before a city can annex non-contiguous property. The agreement outlines when and what services the city will provide … Read more

Commercial-News Editorial: Fathers deserve appreciation every day | Editorials

Dads across the country will open presents from their offspring on Sunday, a day set aside to honor fathers and the role they play in children’s lives. Father’s Day can be traced back to Spokane, Wash., In 1910, a holiday created in response – no surprise – to the success of Mother’s Day. During the … Read more

FCA Proposes to Unify the Listing Regime for Commercial Companies Under a Single Listing Segment

The regulator continues its Primary Markets Effectiveness Review to promote the competitiveness of a UK listing. On 26 May 2022, the FCA published a discussion paper (DP22 / 2) to seek further views on how to make the UK listing regime more effective, easier to understand, and more competitive. This paper contains suggested reforms from … Read more

City Council passes first reading of commercial property ordinance | News

SUNBURY – City Council members approved the first reading of the much-debated commercial property ordinance in Sunbury after giving the public a chance to raise concerns Monday night. Mayor Josh Brosious led the public meeting for commercial property owners to discuss any concerns before City Council members met to vote on the first reading, which … Read more

Empirical Analysis of National Court Judgments in Commercial Arbitration: What Do the Data Tell Us?

On June 6, 2022, the Journal of International Arbitration Special Issue on Empirical Work in Commercial Arbitration, was released, edited by Dr Monique Sasson, Dr Crina Baltag, Roger P. Alford, Matthew EK Hall, under the general editorship of Prof. Dr Maxi Scherer. The Special Issue also includes articles authored by Prof. Loukas Mistelis, Prof. Dr … Read more