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  • Blockchain and Financial Services Blog

    The Blockchain and Financial Services Blog offers the latest information on banking development and litigation trends. Topics range from commercial and consumer lending through bankruptcy, lender liability defense, and the Dodd-Frank Act through Regulations JJ.

  • Planning Litigation for the Lender: Lender Can Sue Out-of-State Borrower’s Counsel in Lender’s Home Jurisdiction

    The work of commercial transaction counsel who represent borrowers can involve making representations and authoring opinion letters. Loan transaction counsel often work with lenders, borrowers, or collateral in other states. This is inevitable given the free flow of capital that is a feature of American commerce. Read More ›

    Recent Case Law Focuses on Drafting Considerations in Payments Contracts (part 3 of 3)

    A well-crafted contract will be concise, clear, and avoid internal conflicts. In this last article of our three-part series on payments contracts and drafting considerations, a recent case addressing conflicting contractual clauses is discussed. Read More ›

    Recent Case Law Focuses on Drafting Considerations in Payments Contracts (part 2 of 3)

    In this second article of our three-part series on payments contracts and drafting considerations, recent case law issued by the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals is discussed. Read More ›

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  • Do We Have A Contract? What Delta’s Win Tells Us About Privacy Policies

    A federal court in California handed Delta Air Lines a win this year by dismissing a putative class action arising from an alleged data breach, on the basis of its publicly posted Privacy Policy not being a contract and, therefore, placing no enforceable obligation on Delta to keep its customers’ data secure. Read More ›

    A Primer for Litigation Counsel Regarding the Organizing of Loan Workout and Cybersecurity Professionals: Substantive Expertise versus A New Perspective and Freedom from the Past

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    Counsel are regularly and appropriately warned against actual and apparent conflicts of interest. This often means that experience with a matter must be abandoned when a “fresh set of eyes” owned by a previously uninvolved lawyer or law firm replaces counsel who was involved in a particular contract or litigation matter. The legal profession acknowledges that avoiding real and apparent conflicts can have costs, but the benefit is understood to outweigh those costs. Read More ›

    Solar Energy Providers Should Protect Their Investments with Advanced DC Monitoring

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    As the scale of solar energy projects grows, the incorporation of advanced direct current (DC) monitoring into solar power systems becomes increasingly more important. Due to the increased capacity of individual projects, fewer projects are coming online than in past years. Read More ›

  • Health Law Matters

    A blog about relevant legal perspectives for the health care industry.

  • Denying a Patient Access to Their Records Can Cost You

    In a first of its kind enforcement action, the Office of Civil Rights at the Department of Health and Human Services ("HHS") entered into a resolution agreement with Florida-based Bayfront HMA Medical Center, LLC (“Bayfront”) pursuant to its Right of Access Initiative for failing to provide timely access to a patient’s protected health information. Read More ›

  • Tax Law Defined® Blog

    Frost Brown Todd’s (FBT’s) tax-related blog serves as a practical resource on all things tax – from federal, state and local taxes to more nuanced areas like LLCs, succession planning, employee benefits, estates, incentives and regulated industries taxes. Our authors cover topics pertaining to corporations, employers, individuals, family-owned businesses, as well as those working in regulated industries, such as manufacturing, logistics, alcohol, tobacco and equine, that are subject to specific tax laws.

  • To Cash or Not to Cash? Tax Treatment for Uncashed Retirement Plan Checks

    In Revenue Ruling 2019-19, which was issued on August 14, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) confirmed that a taxable qualified plan distribution is taxable in the year it is distributed, even if the participant does not cash the check or cashes the check in a subsequent year. Read More ›

    Ohio Raises Motor Fuel Taxes (But Not on Everybody)

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    On April 3, 2019, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine signed House Bill (“H.B.”) 62 which increases the gasoline tax rate by 10.5¢, from 28¢ per gallon to 38.5¢ per gallon. Read More ›

    Request Annual Estimate of Multiemployer Pension Plan Withdrawal Liability

    An employer which participates in an underfunded multiemployer pension plan should request an estimate of withdrawal liability on an annual basis so it is aware of the amount of any potential withdrawal liability. Read More ›

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