Intellectual Property Partner and Chair Lawrence M. Hadley was interviewed by a reporter from The Mercury News for a piece titled “Alleged ‘brazen’ theft of startup’s documents should be Silicon Valley wake-up call, fired worker says” regarding trade secret thefts.
Glaser Weil Partner Marc Indeglia was interviewed by Bloomberg Law for a piece titled “Finance Firms Wary of Being Swept Up in Creeping SEC Dealer Rule” regarding the federal agency’s proposal to broaden its definition of “securities dealers.”
Measure ULA was passed into law by voters in the city of Los Angeles in November 2022. Although Measure ULA is often referred to as the “mansion tax,” the law applies to all categories of real estate (i.e., commercial, industrial and residential) and takes effect April 1, 2023.
Glaser Weil Intellectual Property Partner Jeff Joyner was interviewed by Law360 for a piece titled “What To Know About High Court Fight Over TM Law’s Reach” regarding a Supreme Court case challenging the extraterritoriality of the Lanham Act’s trademark law by a former European partner of Hetronic International Inc., a U.S.-based manufacturer of remote controls.
Glaser Weil Intellectual Property Partner and Chair Lawrence M. Hadley was interviewed by Law360 in a piece titled “Fintiv Challenge Rolls On, But Odds Of Sinking Rule Dwindle” regarding the Federal Circuit’s decision involving the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) Fintiv rule, which was challenged by Apple, Google and others.
Glaser Weil Partner Robert Shapiro is featured as the subject of Lawdragon's January 31, 2023, Lawyer Limelights.
Glaser Weil real estate partner Jason Grinnell was interviewed by Law360’s Real Estate Authority in a piece titled “Buy Buy Baby To Sell Sell, Maybe” regarding the reported sale of Bed Bath & Beyond’s Buy Buy Baby stores to Sycamore Partners.
On December 27, 2022, the IRS released interim guidance regarding the newly enacted Corporate Stock Buyback Tax—a 1% excise tax on certain repurchases of stock by publicly traded corporations.
Since the passage of the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, Opportunity Zones have received much interest from the media, politicians and investors. Certain reports in the media have indicated that the time for investing in Opportunity Zones has passed. Fortunately, the reports of the death of Opportunity Zones are an exaggeration.