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Civil Justice

State Courts: At The Forefront Of The United States Justice System

LCJ: What is the condition of state court systems, and why is this an important issue? Lippman: The courts, especially state courts, are essential to our system of government and our way of life. They are pillars in our society and should be as high a priority as are other institutions, such as...

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Finance | Private Equity

The Dodd-Frank Act: Two Years Later

Editor’s Note: This report discusses steps to reduce the likelihood of a future recession and is therefore of great importance to all our readers. Our thanks go to Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP and its Financial Regulatory Reform Working Group for their efforts. ...

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Voluntary Corrections To Section 409A Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Plans

It has been almost eight years since the enactment of Section 409A setting forth the complex rules governing the timing, form and tax treatment of nonqualified deferred compensation payments. The final regulations under Section 409A were effective January 1, 2009, at which time non-grandfathered...

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