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  • NYU Law News and Events

    September 19, 2017

    The Twenty-Second Annual David R. Tillinghast Lecture on International Taxation

    "The Twenty-Second Annual David R. Tillinghast Lecture on International Taxation will be delivered by Robert B. Stack, former Deputy Assistant Secretary for Tax Policy, International Tax, U.S. Treasury Department, on Tuesday, September 19, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. in Vanderbilt Hall, 40 Washington Square South. A reception will immediately follow the lecture. If you would like to take this opportunity to register online, click here, or copy and paste the registration link below. https:/" Read more >
  • NYU Law News and Events

    September 28, 2017

    A Conversation With EPO and USPTO on Life Sciences Inventions

    "Directors of the European Patent Office, Teresa Stanek Rea (a life sciences practitioner and former Acting Director of the USPTO), and a current representative of the USPTO will compare and contrast the patentability standards for life sciences inventions in Europe and the U.S. Click here for more information." Read more >
  • October 3, 2017

    Women Leaders in Cybersecurity: Emerging Technologies

    Hosted by the Center for Cybersecurity Registration: 8:30 am- 9:00 am; Conference: 9:00 am – 3:30 pm NYU School of Law | Lipton Hall 108 West Third Street, New York, NY 10012 To pre-register, please click here Read more >
  • NYU Law News and Events

    October 27, 2017

    Antitrust in Developing Countries: Competition Policy in a Politicized World

    "This conference is sponsored by NYU School of Law and Concurrences. Just as developing countries are integrating into the world economic system, the world has taken a nationalistic turn. Will antitrust become politicized, and if so how will this impact the progress of developing countries? The program will feature a wide range of developing, emerging, and newly developed countries. Panels will consider the new nationalism and the special problems it poses for competition systems in developing countries; pharmaceuticals and the recent spate of excessive pricing of essential drugs; mergers, innovation and new technology issues; and an enforcers' rountable. The emphasis will be on developing countries' perspectives on competition law suited to their needs." Read more >



  • September 13, 2017

    Equifax Fallout: FTC Launches Probe, Websites and Phones Jammed With Angry Consumers

    "In an unusual move, the FTC announced Thursday it had launched a probe into the Equifax data breach, turning up the heat on the credit bureau after it revealed that data on 143 million Americans had been hacked. "The FTC typically does not comment on ongoing investigations,” Peter Kaplan, acting director of public affairs for the agency, said in a statement. "However, in light of the intense public interest and the potential impact of this matter, I can confirm that FTC staff is investigating the Equifax data breach." Read more >
  • September 13, 2017

    GOP split in battle over business tax breaks

    "The White House and Republican tax negotiators are tangling over whether to offer new benefits to companies for buying things like equipment and software, a decision that could have huge implications for a range of U.S. companies. House Republican leaders, including House Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.) and Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady (R-Tex.), want to change the tax code to allow companies to immediately deduct the cost of capital investments from their taxable income. Right now, companies are required to spread the tax benefit from these long-term investments over time." Read more >
  • September 7, 2017

    EU Ruling May Shift Playing Field for Google, Qualcomm

    "Companies such as Google Inc. and Qualcomm Inc. could benefit in pending antitrust cases from a ruling by the EU’s highest court allowing Intel Corp. to fight claims that its pricing policies hurt competition. The European Court of Justice (ECJ) doesn’t often rule on competition cases, and it rules against the European Commission even less frequently. Its Sept. 6 ruling giving Intel another shot at appealing a 1.06 billion-euro ($1.26 billion) fine in effect hands the EC a defeat by reversing a lower court decision that completely affirmed the EC’s case." Read more >
  • September 6, 2017

    No Law Needed on Insider Trading, SEC Chief Says

    "Securities regulators and prosecutors had reason to celebrate last month when a federal appeals court broadened the definition of insider trading. Now a key official has indicated he is in no rush for Congress to clarify the sometimes blurry line between lawful trading and cheating." Read more >
  • August 31, 2017

    Cuomo Prime Time 8/28/17- Expert, Lisa Monaco

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