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Common Ways to Resolve Disputes and Deadlocks in a 50/50 Business

At some point in a business relationship, differences of opinion are likely to arise. In businesses where there are equal owners of the company, it is important to ensure that there are carefully drafted governing documents or a standalone buy/sell agreement that detail the process for resolving a conflict or impasse.

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Affordable Clean Energy Rule Vacated

Schiff Hardin Energy & Environmental Law Adviser

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Trusts & Estates Article Receives 2020 Excellence in Writing Award

Schiff Hardin LLP is pleased to announce Melisa Seyhun’s article, “Life Insurance: What Attorneys and Trustees Should Know,” has won Best Overall Article in the Trust & Estate category in the 2020 Excellence in Writing Awards.

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Corporate Transparency Act: Federal Beneficial Ownership Disclosure Requirements Are Coming

Many corporations, limited liability companies, and other similar entities will soon be required to disclose their beneficial owners to the United States government.

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Schiff Secures Landmark Pro Bono Win for Homeless in Illinois

In a landmark case supporting the constitutional rights of homeless people in Illinois, the Schiff Hardin team secured the rights of two clients to panhandle to raise money to meet their basic needs.

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Eighty-One Attorneys Named to 2021 Leading Lawyers

Schiff Hardin LLP is pleased to have 81 attorneys named to the 2021 Leading Lawyers list.

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Vehicle Manufacturers Face Cybersecurity Challenges

Schiff Hardin Product Liability and Mass Torts Blog

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ESG in the First 100 Days?

Schiff Hardin Energy & Environmental Law Adviser

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New York’s Changing Energy Industry: Legal & Regulatory Impacts

New York State Bar Association

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Cannabis Legalization in Key States: New Jersey Becomes the First State in the Tri-State Area to Legalize Recreational Use

New Jersey has legalized adult, recreational cannabis use. With more than two-thirds of voters in favor of amending the state Constitution, it became the first in the Tri-State region to permit recreational marijuana use.

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Cannabis Legislation in Key States: Montana Voters Approve Legalizing Marijuana for Recreational Use

In November 2020, Montana joined Arizona, New Jersey, and South Dakota in legalizing recreational cannabis use.

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EPA Releases Late-Term “Secret Science” Rule

Schiff Hardin Energy & Environmental Law Adviser

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Death, Disability, Divorce, and Disputes: Know What Your Company’s Governing Documents Dictate in the Event of a Crisis

2020 was an unprecedented year for business owners. It brought a pandemic, a deep recession, a civil rights movement, and civil unrest in cities across America.

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Schiff Hardin Counsels GBS, Inc. in $21.6M IPO

Schiff Hardin LLP counseled GBS, Inc.’s initial public offering of 1,270,589 units of securities at $17.00 per unit.

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Schiff Named “Go-To Thought Leader” for Product Liability and CPSC Coverage

Schiff Hardin LLP is pleased to announce that the firm’s Product Liability & Mass Torts Blog has been recognized with a 2020 “Go-To Thought Leadership Award” by the National Law Review for providing relevant analysis, knowledge, and thorough coverage of product liability and Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) enforcement issues.

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Schiff Secures 7th Circuit Precedent-Setting Appeal for “Covered Offense” Sentence Reconsideration Under First Step Act

Schiff recently scored a significant pro bono victory in the U.S. Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals for its client and others who were sentenced to disproportionately harsh sentences for crack cocaine offenses.

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Schiff Receives Top 20 Rankings in 2021 Vault Associate Survey

Schiff Hardin LLP is proud to receive top national rankings in the 2021 Vault Associate Survey, including a first-time recognition for our summer associate program.

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New Yorkers Can Look Forward to a Simplified Power of Attorney Form in 2021

On December 15, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a bill representing the most significant change to the New York law governing Powers of Attorney (POA) in almost a decade.