Preliminary Injunction Order Against Uber – A Lot Of People Should Take Personal Note

You may have heard, this week on May 15, 2017, Judge William Alsup in the Waymo LLC v. Uber Technologies, Inc. case (U.S. District Court, No. District of California) issued his Order Granting In Part and Denying In Part Plaintiff’s Motion For Provisional Relief, i.e., for a preliminary injunction. The Order is 26 pages. Plaintiff…

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New COSO Updated ERM Framework – Coming Soon – End of June, Perhaps

Just a heads up, a source has suggested that the new long-anticipated COSO (Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission) ERM update might finally be out at the end of June. COSO is spending a very long time (since October 2014) preparing and vetting this “update” of the 2004 Enterprise Risk Management — Integrated Framework. COSO’s…

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Evaluating Director Independence – Zynga Shareholder Derivative Suit

Thomas Sandys Derivatively on Behalf of Zynga, Inc. v. Pincus, et al. , Delaware Supreme Court, Case No. 157,2016, December 5, 2016, highlights the sometimes difficulty, and the importance of evaluating director independence in the circumstance of a shareholder derivative suit. In Zynga the plaintiff filed his shareholder derivative suit without first making a demand…

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New Case Expands Shifting Trust/Trustee Attorney’s Fees and Costs to a Beneficiary’s Share of the Trust

Summary. The decision in Pizarro v. Reynoso expands the shifting of trust/trustee attorneys’ fees and costs to a beneficiary’s trust share, and in relevant part reminds us that all trust and estate litigation cases vary and are determined in significant part by the facts and circumstances of that case, the relevant case law, and the…

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