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JONES DAY TALKS®: U.S. Supreme Court Hears Arguments in NCAA Antitrust Case
The U.S. Supreme Court has heard oral arguments in NCAA v. Alston, a case that will determine the limits the NCAA can place on types of compensation received by college student-athletes. Jones Day’s Chris Pace and Marc Weinroth discuss how the case found its way to the Supreme Court, the arguments that the NCAA and student-athletes made, and what this … Continue reading JONES DAY TALKS®: U.S. Supreme Court Hears Arguments in NCAA Antitrust Case →
JONES DAY TALKS®: The Biden Administration and the CFTC: Are Changes Coming?
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission, or CFTC, has broad regulatory powers to monitor the U.S. derivatives markets, which include futures, swaps, and some options. Jones Day partner Josh Sterling, the former Director of the CFTC’s Market Participants Division, talks about how the Commission fits into the broader regulatory framework, how it monitors fintech innovations, its … Continue reading JONES DAY TALKS®: The Biden Administration and the CFTC: Are Changes Coming? →
JONES DAY TALKS®: Navigating Sanctions and Export Controls: A Guide for EMEA Businesses
In this recap of a recent Jones Day client-focused webinar, partners Harriet Territt, Eva Monard, Sean Boyce, and Rick van ‘t Hullenaar review 2020’s critical developments in U.S., EU and UK sanctions and export controls that directly impact EU, Middle Eastern and UK businesses operating in the global marketplace. These include: Expanded use of U.S. … Continue reading JONES DAY TALKS®: Navigating Sanctions and Export Controls: A Guide for EMEA Businesses →
JONES DAY TALKS®: Private Antitrust Litigation in France
Jones Day’s series on private enforcement actions relating to antitrust matters in Europe continues with a focus on recent developments in France. Partners Eric Barbier de La Serre and Ozan Akyurek discuss how proceedings typically develop in private enforcement matters, access to evidence under French law, class actions, and why French courts are receptive to … Continue reading JONES DAY TALKS®: Private Antitrust Litigation in France →
JONES DAY TALKS®: Helms-Burton Cases Move Through Courts, and the State of U.S./Cuba Relations
Jones Day partners Rick Puente and Chris Pace talk about what affected parties need to know about the Helms-Burton cases moving through U.S. district and appellate courts. They also comment on the current state of U.S./Cuba relations, and discuss how the Biden administration might approach dealings with the Caribbean nation. Read the full transcript on … Continue reading JONES DAY TALKS®: Helms-Burton Cases Move Through Courts, and the State of U.S./Cuba Relations →
JONES DAY TALKS® – Patent Litigation, PTAB, Iancu’s Legacy, and Institution Discretion
Partners Matt Johnson and Sarah Geers talk about former USPTO Director Andrei Iancu’s impact on the PTAB, and what we might expect from a new director under the Biden Administration. They also comment on why patent litigation filings remained active during COVID-19, and explain the factors the PTAB considers when exercising its discretion to deny … Continue reading JONES DAY TALKS® – Patent Litigation, PTAB, Iancu’s Legacy, and Institution Discretion →
Interesting content and in depth conversations. Very good!