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This blog keeps you connected to timely developments and emerging issues in retail law and covers a wide range of topics related to the retail, restaurant and consumer industry. We invite you to learn more about Goulston & Storrs and our Retail, Restaurant & Consumer Group.

An Unintended Interruption to the Global Supply Chain

The current outbreak of COVID-19 (the coronavirus) will be a test of the global supply chain’s strength in the face of unintended interruptions, and can be a lesson on building-in supply-chain contingency plans.  As a result of COVID-19, many factories in China, which supply the bulk or all goods...
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Now Trending - Amazon’s Brick and Mortar Expansion of New Concept Stores

Although online shopping is extremely convenient, many consumers still want to touch and test out products before they purchase them. Since 2015, Amazon, with its first brick and mortar Amazon Books store, has made its way out from behind its consumers’ smart phones and onto their street corners to give...
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The 2019 ICSC New York Deal Making Conference and The Ever-Evolving Retail Scene

The ICSC New York Deal Making Conference (“NYDM”) was held at the Jacob Javits Convention Center from December 10-12 and had more than 9,600 registered attendees. This year, ICSC offered much more content than at prior NYDM conferences.  Over the course of 3 days, there were a total of...
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2019 ICSC Law Conference Recap

Last week, over 1,500 members of the retail law industry came together at this year’s 49 th International Council of Shopping Center (ICSC) U.S. Law Conference that was held in San Diego from October 23 through October 25, 2019. Those in attendance ranged from counsel from outside law firms...
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Are U.S. retailers keeping your data safe?

Sharing limited personal information with retailers has its benefits, including targeted ads, discounts, incentives, and coupons.  But at what cost?  Do the risks of disclosing your personal information to retailers outweigh the benefits to which time-sensitive consumers have grown accustomed?  Many retail consumers no longer have personal connections to...
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Following An Evolving Retail Scene In New York City

New York City, one of the world’s premier shopping destinations is about to get over one and a half million square feet of new retail space. Some will be delivered to Long Island City, an area that has been waiting for a retail resurgence for over 2 decades, and...
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What Does Tax Reform Mean for Retail?

We all know now that the federal corporate tax rate for many retailers is dropping this year from an industry effective average rate of 32.9% to 21%, as a result of changes implemented by the so-called “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” which was signed into law on December 22...
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The Cure For The Last Mile? Retooling Shopping Malls as E-commerce Distribution Centers

In addition to gigantic warehouses that e-commerce companies are constructing away from population centers where real estate is limited or too pricey, shopping malls and former shopping mall sites are well poised to be the newest e-commerce logistics and distribution hubs. With the deluge of vacant malls and vacant...
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A Closer Look into the Growth of E-Commerce Sales

It is widely known that e-commerce sales have been growing and shifting sales from traditional brick-and-mortar establishments. As noted below, overall e-commerce sales in fact still account for a relatively modest percentage of total retail sales. That said, the percentage of e-commerce sales related to total retail sales continues...
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