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Stinson Leonard Street's Emerging Trends Newsletter - Fifth Edition

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12.04.2017

We are pleased to bring you the fifth installment of Stinson Leonard Street's Emerging Trends Newsletter. As industries and regulations are constantly changing, we have identified some of the most noteworthy topics in various disciplines.

Attorneys from several different practice areas and from across our firm's geographic footprint regularly share their insights in to the latest legal developments in various industries and the impact these will have on our clients' businesses.

We hope you find this installment informative. Be on the lookout for upcoming issues and please contact us if you would like to discuss anything further. 

THE IMPACT OF SUBORDINATION AGREEMENTS ON LIEN PRIORITIES

Perry GlantzBusiness Litigation
As a possible sign of what's to come, Colorado Court of Appeals applies partial subordination approach to lien properties.

CONGRESS QUASHES CFPB ARBITRATION RULE: WHAT NEXT?

Liz Kramer – Business Litigation
What is next for class action waivers now that Congress has nullified CFPB Arbitration Rule?

EMERGING TRENDS IN GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS: NAVIGATING RULES FOR PRO BONO WORK

Tristan Brown - Energy and Christy MillikenBusiness Litigation
As pro bono commitments grow at large private companies, time has come to update the Cost Accounting Standards.

THE ENFORCEABILITY OF WAIVER OF DEFENSE PROVISIONS IN GUARANTY AGREEMENTS

Perry GlantzBusiness Litigation
Colorado Court of Appeals case latest to analyze the waiver of defense provision in a guaranty agreement.

CEOS TAKE A COLLABORATIVE APPROACH TO CREATING MORE INCLUSIVE WORKPLACES

Ann Jenrette-Thomas, Diversity & Inclusion
CEO Action Pledge rallies the business community to create more diverse and inclusive workplaces.

Department of Transportation Forms Pilot Program to Integrate UAS into National Airspace

Dan Wennogle - Business Litigation
The Department of Transportation and FAA announces a program focusing on developing regulatory methods to address ongoing security and safety risks associated with the use of UAS in low altitude airspace.

In Pursuit of Portability

Clary Redd - Tax, Trusts and Estates
As part of the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012, portability allows the deceased spousal exclusion amount of a decedent to be available to the decedent's surviving spouse.

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