Litigation News and Stories
New Fee-Disclosure Regs Pose New Litigation Risks for Retirement Plan Providers
Insurance News Net (press release)March 2, 2012
New regulations by the US Department of Labor concerning fee disclosures by retirement plan service providers could pose new litigation risks on the murky legal issue of whether service providers act as fiduciaries under the federal Employee Retirement ...more »
CNOOC Limited Alert: The Briscoe Law Firm and Powers Taylor, LLP Announce ...
MarketWatch (press release)March 5, 2012
"Recent revelations about CNOOC's alleged failure to comply with important environmental laws and regulations and its purposeful concealment of oil spills, among other actions by CNOOC's Board, have prompted the firms to investigate possible breaches ...more »
McDonald's to kids: Eat fruit, drink milk, visit Arches
Chicago TribuneMarch 4, 2012
McDonald's Corp. will unveil new kids advertising Friday, fulfilling a pledge to include a nutritional or physical activity message in all communication with children starting in 2012. The Oak Brook-based fast-food giant says it's doing the right thing ...more »
Commercial Litigation Attorney Michael Dinnin Joins Andrews Kurth
Houston ChronicleMarch 6, 2012
Mr. Dinnin has earned a spot on the Texas Super Lawyers listing of the state's top attorneys each year since 2006. He earned his law degree from St. Mary's University School of Law, and his undergraduate and master's degrees in business administration ...more »
It isn't over until the husband says 'I will'
Jerusalem PostMarch 2, 2012
Despite a civil divorce, Epstein's get is still pending, and in June 2010 Rabbi Shmuel Kamentsky signed a letter stating that Epstein had the status of an aguna – or “chained woman.” The issue of agunot is a complicated one in Jewish law and prevents ...more »