The global volume of M&A transactions in the technology sector is on the rise – from North America to Asia, M&A numbers in the tech industry are reaching heights not seen since 2001.
The purchase of reps and warranties insurance is an increasingly common part of mergers and acquisitions transactions.
Last week the Original Equipment Suppliers Association (OESA) hosted an event entitled “Supplier Opportunities and Challenges in Mexico” that I attended. It was a great program as always by OESA, and I wanted to share some of the highlights that I took away from it.
New Jersey Supreme Court Formally Adopts and Defines the Scope and Application of the Common Interest Rule
In a matter of first impression, the New Jersey Supreme Court in O’Boyle v. Borough of Longport expressly adopted the common interest rule in New Jersey as articulated in LaPorta v. Gloucester County Board of Chosen Freeholders.
SBA Small Business Development Programs Week: Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business Programs
Continuing our week-long series focusing the Small Business Administration’s (“SBA”) small business development programs – today we take a look at programs specifically created to benefit service-disabled veterans of the United States military (the Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business programs, or more commonly, “SDVOSB”).
There is an attraction for companies to incorporate in Delaware, likely due to the abundance of well-known publicly traded corporations that have chosen to incorporate there.
On March 13, 2014, People’s Bank of China (“PBC”) issued an opinion letter halting immediately the use of QR codes for payments using mobile phones (as distinguished from using QR codes at POS terminals) well as the use of virtual credit cards (“Opinion Letter”).
Last week, we wrote about the potential benefit UAS operations can have for disaster response. Today, we write about a recent incident that shows the darker side of the intersection between disaster and UAS.