Written by: James E. Berger. Kiera Gans, Charlene Sun, Elena Rizzo, Charlotte Westbrook, Gina Varvaro

On May 16, 2024, the US Supreme Court in Smith v Spizzirri issued a narrow decision resolving a circuit split

Continue Reading Supreme Court unanimously decides that federal courts must stay, and not dismiss, cases compelled to arbitration

DLA Piper is proud to have received the second-highest ranking for law firm client service in the BTI Client Service A-Team 2024 report, which identifies law firms providing exceptional service based on client feedback. This

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Written by: David Stier, Eric Forni, Katrina Hausfeld, David Solander, Lauren O’Neil

On May 13, 2024, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the US Department of the Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) 

Continue Reading Treasury’s FinCEN and SEC propose rule requiring investment advisers to develop customer identification programs

Written by: Parker Zangoei, Anthony Taranto, Martin Goodlett

With the availability of venture capital still constrained, and valuations yet to recover from their recent decline, convertible notes have become an increasingly attractive financing vehicle for

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Written by: Ignacio Sanchez, Christine Daya, Thomas deButts, Melanie Garcia, Nicholas Klein, Matthew Larson, Abby Thompson

On April 24, 2024, President Joe Biden signed into law H.R. 815, the National Security Supplemental. In addition to

Continue Reading US aid package increases US sanctions statute of limitations, directs additional sanctions regulations

Commercial real estate (CRE) industry leaders report measured optimism for 2024 due in part to stabilized interest rates and a perceived sense of increased investment opportunities. The uptick in bullish outlook follows two years of

Continue Reading DLA Piper’s Global Real Estate State of the Market Survey 2024: Respondents report measured optimism

Explainability (and its sibling, interpretability) is arguably the most important new legal concept developed in response to the creation of highly complex artificial intelligence models trained on massive amounts of data and computer power.


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