Category: Issues

GOING UNDER FOR THE THIRD TIME? The State of Restructuring in Shipping

The ancient Phoenicians, plying their trade along the Mediterranean, were in thrall to the whims of the sea and never knew if their cargo would arrive safely or end up on the ocean floor. Today’s behemoth vessels are less threatened by wind and the waves than they are by government regulations and economic trade wars. George Mangos explains the complexity of restructuring in today’s maritime industry.

Supreme Court Holds That Licensee of Rejected Trademark License May Continue to Use the Trademark

The U.S. Supreme Court resolved a split among circuit courts over the status of a trademark license after the bankruptcy licensor of the trademark rejects the license. Stephen Selbst provides the history behind the ruling and explains the 8 to 1 decision written by Judge Elena Kagan. In Mission Products Holdings v. Tempnology, the Supreme […]