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by Timothy John Carter, Yuanshu Deng and Pamela M. MacKenzieonMay 1, 2020
Executive Summary On April 30, the Federal Reserve Board (Fed) announced revisions to the scope and eligibility requirements for the Main Street Lending Program (the MSLP or Program) in response to over 2,200 comment letters. The changes generally expand the parameters of the Program, but also include new rules...
by Timothy John Carter and Andrew T. O'ConnoronJuly 18, 2018
In this tumultuous retail climate , a string of recent conflicting court decisions remind retailers that the potential impact of a licensor bankruptcy on a trademark licensee’s rights may vary dramatically depending on the location of the licensor’s bankruptcy proceedings. In some jurisdictions a licensee may be entitled to...
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