The United States Court of Federal Claims recently issued an Order in Starr International Company, Inc. v. United States, No. 11-779C, regarding the consequences of an intentional waiver of the attorney-client privilege by the United States Government.
In a new study, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) criticizes reverse mortgages as misleading and as having resulted in senior citizens being confused about exactly what such a transaction involves.
As part of our series on the water/energy nexus, this post discusses the need to include a water supply availability assessment as part of energy project due diligence and facility siting reviews.
The D&O Diary was in Palo Alto, California this week for the annual Directors’ College at the Stanford Law School (depicted to the left).
There are many companies, especially smaller companies, that have complete private placements or public offerings such as PIPEs and registered direct offerings which included warrants to purchase common stock.