Sue Maslow discusses supply chain investigations and enhanced compliance procedures to combat forced labor.
In Part 2 of its 2019 Summer job advice, Temple 10-Q reminds aspiring lawyers that they are also adults—so act like it
Advice from the Editors of The 10-Q for professional conduct in a law firm environment.
Temple Law Professor Tom C.W. Lin explores the rise of corporate social activism as a channel for advocacy on some of the most pressing social issues of our time.
Professor Tarrant Mahony discusses the recent passage of the “Foreign Investment Law of the People’s Republic of China” (the “FIL”). The FIL consolidates many recent changes to China’s foreign investment regime, allows for the establishment of foreign investment projects without prior government approval, and addresses issues of intellectual property rights protection and forced technology transfer.
Proposed changes to Title IX regulations represent a significant departure from prior guidance, and education institutions should be prepared to review their own policies.
Reed Smith attorneys discuss a recent SDNY bankruptcy court decision holding liquidated damages unenforceable under certain circumstances.
Norman Powell Adjunct Professor is elected President of the American College of Commercial Finance Lawyers.
Prof. Salil Mehra interviews Doneene K. Damon of Richards Layton and Finger
Charles Klein Professor of Law and Government
Temple University, James E. Beasley School of Law
Doneene K. Damon
Director, Executive Vice President
Richards Layton and Finger
Temple Law Professor, Alice Abreu, discusses tax reform changes this tax season.