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On the Business Insurance Attorney Blog, Alex J. Brown writes about an upcoming U.S. Supreme Court case concerning a critical subrogation issue under ERISA.
Shapiro Sher partner Matthew Esworthy is quoted in ProgressiveLawPractice.com in an article about potential litigation in the aftermath of the Ashley Madision website hack. Mr. Esworthy serves as co-chair of the Cybercrime Subcommittee of the ABA Section of Litigation's Criminal Committee.
The Wall Street Journal and other media outlets report on the latest development in the Thornburg Mortgage bankruptcy case, for which Shapiro Sher's Joel Sher serves as trustee. In this latest development, the court ruled in Mr. Sher's favor, awarding Thornburg $45 million in its suit against RBC Capital.
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