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March 2015
March 5, 2015
March 4, 2015
Wall Street Journal
The Morning Risk Report: Cybersecurity Responsibility Falling to Boards
John Failla and Kristen Mathews are quoted on the ways corporate boards can take responsibility for cybersecurity, such as using the recently created National Institute of Standards and Technology framework as a benchmark, proactively assembling cyber issue teams, updating written policies, and identifying the most valuable information and working out a plan to protect it.
March 4, 2015
Arkansas Democrat Gazette
3 Allens creditors hit a deal, take $12M
Michael Mervis is noted for representing the buyer of Allen’s Inc., Sager Creek Vegetable Co., in a federal bankruptcy proceeding in Arkansas.
March 4, 2015
March 4, 2015
Asian Lawyer
Winners Announced for Asia Legal Awards 2015
The firm is noted for receiving a 2015 Asia Legal Award in the Citizenship category for its pro bono representation of Angkor Hospital for Children, in which Proskauer secured a New York Supreme Court order in September 2014 transferring all the assets from a New York not-for-profit organization, Friends Without a Border (FWAB), to the hospital.
March 4, 2015
Boston Herald
Atkins: Obamacare Challenge Could Ripple in State
Peter Marathas is quoted on the implications of the upcoming oral arguments in the Supreme Court case, King v. Burwell, which could determine if subscribers to health insurance obtained through the federal exchange in states without their own exchanges can still get subsidies under the Affordable Care Act.
March 3, 2015
The Deal
Caesars Entertainment Files Plan, Disclosure Statement
Martin Bienenstock. Philip Abelson, Judy G.Z. Liu, Jeff Marwil, Paul Possinger, Geoffrey Raicht, Mark Thomas and Vincent Indelicato are noted for representing the official committee of unsecured creditors in Caesars Entertainment Operating Co.’s bankruptcy proceedings.
March 3, 2015
Human Talent Network
HR & Legal Experts Weigh In: Is Love in the Workplace Kosher?
Keisha-Ann Gray is quoted on the legal issues that can arise from workplace romances and strategies to avoid them, including separating the employees while and having them sign a ‘cupid contract’ that spells out in writing the fact that both are engaging in a welcome, consensual relationship.
March 3, 2015