• Frosch-YTC lawsuit settled
    Travel Weekly | (02/29/2016)

    Michael V. Rella obtains favorable settlement for FROSCH Travel.  Frosch Travel's lawsuit against Your Travel Center (YTC) and its CEO, Colin Weatherhead, has been settled.

  • James Goldfarb is named to the 2016 Law360 Securities editorial advisory board. The purpose of the editorial advisory board is to get feedback on Law360's coverage and to gain insight from experts in the field on how best to shape future coverage.

  • Two of Wall Street’s top options trading firms and exchange operator Bats Global Markets Inc. asked the D.C. Circuit on Wednesday to stay a recent U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission order approving a capital plan by the Options Clearing Corp., which the litigants say will soon give away millions of dollars to the five exchanges that own the market utility.

  • Developing a Women's Initiative That Works
    by: Elizabeth M. Del Cid | National Association of Women Business Owners | (02/15/2016)

    Companies of the future are expected to have flourishing women’s initiatives with a list of rising and current stars to boot. Why? In the last 40 years or so, academia has been admitting just as many female students as male students annually on average. At some schools, women even outnumber men.

  • The Benefits of Regulation for Blockchain Technology
    by: Daniel S. Alter | Securities Finance Monitor (Subscription Required) | (January, 2016)

    The Benefits of Regulation for Blockchain Technology