International Arbitration: 2011 Symposium

Global Business Law Review Symposium International Arbitration: Practice and Modern Developments When: April 1, 2011 Time: 1:30 PM – 4:30 PM (reception to follow) Where: Cleveland-Marshall College of Law Moot Court Room; 2121 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44115 Approved for 2.5 CLE hours The Global Business Law Review provides an innovative platform for scholars and practitioners to explore novel and transformational issues in the field of international business law. International Arbitration: Practice and Modern Developments is the...

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New Look for Employment Agreements as FDIC Seeks to Recover Compensation

New Look for Employment Agreements as FDIC Seeks to Recover Compensation Why “Best Efforts” Clauses are No Longer Sufficient Click for PDF On March 15, 2011, the FDIC confirmed it would actively seek to recover all compensation paid to directors and senior executive officers of certain failed financial companies. In particular, the FDIC announced it will pursue recovery from all individuals who are substantially responsible for the failed condition of a covered financial company and will seek to recover all compensation paid...

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Five Common Mobile Mistakes

Reaching customers on the move. Using mobile technology to advance your business requires more than launching a mobile platform. It requires strategy in execution. According to Morgan Stanley, the volume of mobile users will outstrip the number of desktop internet users by 2014. By 2011, Nielsen expects the U.S. market will own more smartphones – with advanced browsers and connectivity – than ordinary “feature” phones. Gomez, a division of Compuware, details five common mobile mistakes made by organizations in executing a mobile...

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