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Fortnite Under Siege

Fornite, the video game by Epic Games that has taken the world by storm, has been subject to a number of copyright infringement claims for dances performed by characters in the game. The dances causing problems include those that are well known and new viral sensations such as the “Carlton,” “Backpack Kid” flossing, “Milly Rock”…

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2nd Circuit Ruling that Dodd-Frank Whistleblower Retaliation Claims are Arbitrable under Employment Agreements filed for US Supreme Court Review

Date: December 31, 2019 On December 16, 2019 Petitioner Erin Daly filed a petition for writ of certiorari to have the United States Supreme Court review the 2nd Circuit ruling of Daly v. Citigroup Inc., 939 F.3d 415 (2nd Cir. 2019), which held that arbitration clauses were valid for whistleblower retaliation complaints under the Dodd-Frank…

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SEC Proposes To Expand the Definition of an Accredited Investor

In an era where, according to the Wall Street Journal, an estimated $3.4 trillion dollars is sitting on the “sidelines”, the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) is proposing to expand the number of individuals that can invest in non-public securities and other restricted investment vehicles. To do this, the SEC has proposed to expand the…