Eric Marandett Moderates at PLI 2024 Depositions Conference
Eric Marandett will moderate the panel, "Strategies for Handling Virtual Depositions," at the Practicing Law Institute's Fundamentals of Taking and Defending Depositions Conference on Thursday, February 29th at 2:30 p.m.
Danielle Pelot to Moderate at the 2024 Hybrid Qui Tam Conference
Danielle Pelot will moderate the panel discussion, "Perilous or Persuasive?: Decision Points and Approaches for Making Your Case to the Government," at the Annual Hybrid Qui Tam Conference on Thursday, February 22nd at 11:30 a.m.
2024 Boston Bar Association Privacy, Cybersecurity and Digital Law Conference on AI Takeaways
We have compiled key takeaways from the recent Boston Bar Association Privacy, Cybersecurity and Digital Law Conference, which focused on five insightful panel discussions related to issues arising from AI.
2024 Hart-Scott-Rodino Requirements
Hart-Scott-Rodino (HSR) filing thresholds will be adjusted upward effective March 6, 2024, and for parties involved in a merger or acquisition these adjustments may affect whether a company is required to make a premerger notification filing in any given transaction.
Adam Bookbinder Moderating at BBA Privacy, Cybersecurity and Digital Law Conference
Adam Bookbinder, co-chair of Choate's Government Enforcement & Compliance practice, will speak at the Boston Bar Association (BBA) Privacy, Cybersecurity and Digital Law Conference on Thursday, January 25, 2024 at 1:00 p.m.
Sophie Wang Appointed Chair of the AIPLA Amicus Committee
Sophie Wang, a partner in Choate’s Life Sciences and Intellectual Property Litigation groups, has been appointed to serve as Chair of the American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA) Amicus Committee until October 2025.
Choate Represents Bank of America in Precedent-Setting Credit Facilities for Rite Aid Corporation
Representing Bank of America in connection with debtor-in-possession financings for Rite Aid Corporation and its subsidiaries, Choate secured final court approval for the largest ever retail and consumer product sector debtor-in-possession financing on December 22, 2023.
Memo:Corporate Transparency Act
A new set of federal disclosure requirements will come into effect on January 1, 2024. The Corporate Transparency Act (“CTA”) will require companies to identify their beneficial owners, unless the company falls within a list of exemptions.
Corporate Transparency Act:LLCs and Other Entities Required to Report Ownership and Control Information to the Federal Government, Deadlines Vary
The new federal disclosure requirements under the Corporate Transparency Act (“CTA”) will come into effect on January 1, 2024, although only certain entities (those formed in 2024) will need to report next year. For entities formed before 2024, the deadline for reporting will be later, on January 1, 2025.