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There are big changes coming for post-data breach protections

Important consumer protection requirements designed to better safeguard consumers from identity theft in the wake of data breaches have recently been enacted, and businesses should take note.

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Beware of partial and elliptical disclosures to stockholders in M&A transactions

Recent developments in a lawsuit against a Delaware grocery store chain serve as a prime example of why you should beware of partial and elliptical disclosures to stockholders in M&A transactions.

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Jordan Koss joins McDonald Hopkins in Chicago office

CHICAGO – Jordan Koss has joined the Chicago office of McDonald Hopkins LLC as a member and will be the head of the firm’s startup and venture capital group. He comes to McDonald Hopkins from goodcounsel LLC, a top boutique firm in Chicago focused on early stage startup representation, with prior experience at Fenwick & West in San Francisco and Kirkland & Ellis in New York.

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McDonald Hopkins welcomes Sarah Mancuso as a litigator in the Cleveland office

Sarah Mancuso has joined the Cleveland Office of McDonald Hopkins as an associate in the firm’s Litigation Department. Prior to joining the McDonald Hopkins, she spent nearly three years at Reminger Co., LPA in Cleveland.

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We are excited to welcome Stephen J. Rosenfeld to our Chicago office

Stephen J. Rosenfeld, a prominent litigator with more than a quarter-century of experience, has joined the Chicago office of McDonald Hopkins LLC as a member. He comes to McDonald Hopkins after serving as the managing partner of Mandell Menkes in Chicago.

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More states respond to South Dakota v. Wayfair

The legal environment of business is continuing to change following the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark decision in South Dakota v. WayfairAs we have reported, the case fundamentally alters sales and use tax obligations for many online and remote merchants. States are now free to require online and remote sellers to collect sales tax from their customers based solely upon in-state economic activity, even if they do not have a physical presence in the taxing state.

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Is the Utica’s northern tier finally being unlocked?

In the early days of the shale energy boom, way back in 2012, the northern tier of Ohio’s Utica shale was widely expected to constitute the core of the formation’s potential. The area consisting of Columbiana, Mahoning, Trumbull, and, depending on who you ask, Stark, Summit, Portage and Tuscarawas counties, was among the first to draw the attention of national producers with promising results from several early horizontal wells. Following the customary land grab, wherein producers such as Chesapeake, BP and Halcon spent billions of dollars to gobble up hundreds of thousands of acres under leases in the northern tier, companies arriving later were forced to lease further south into Monroe, Belmont, Guernsey and Noble counties.

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37 attorneys at McDonald Hopkins selected for inclusion in Best Lawyers® 2019

CLEVELAND – Thirty-seven attorneys at McDonald Hopkins have been selected by their peers for inclusion in Best Lawyers 2019. In addition, Cleveland member Dale Vlasek was selected among 2019’s “Lawyers of the Year.” Vlasek is chair of the firm’s Employee Benefits Practice Group and has been a feature on the Best Lawyers list every year since 2006. The 24th edition of Best Lawyers is based on more than 5.5 million detailed evaluations of lawyers by other lawyers.

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New IRS guidance aligns solar “start of construction” with standard for wind

Since its inception in 2006, the investment tax credit for solar energy development has played a critical role in the solar power industry’s meteoric rise. In sixteen short months, though, we enter the phase-down period, wherein the ITC will drop incrementally from its current 30 percent (through 2019) to a permanent 10 percent (after 2022). As equipment prices have plunged and market penetration has soared, the solar power industry will undoubtedly continue to expand without the full benefit of the ITC as it stands today.

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Carla Erskine joins West Palm Beach office of McDonald Hopkins

Carla Erskine has joined McDonald Hopkins LLC as an associate working with the Business Law Department in the firm’s West Palm Beach office. She comes to McDonald Hopkins after working as an associate at Ciklin Lubitz in West Palm Beach and Spiegel & Ultera, P.A. in Coral Gables, Fla.

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