Commodities traders who buy and sell as much as $5.67 trillion of raw materials a year say the benchmark prices for everything from oil to iron ore to gasoline are wrong as often as 27 percent of the time.
Elizabeth S. Kase and Brian T. McCarthy write: By articulating specific guidelines for trial courts and the potential for sanctions against non-compliant prosecutors, New York is poised to implement sweeping procedural changes in 2018, but will the enumerated changes have true meaningful impact for criminal defendants?
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Insurance Law columnist Jonathan A. Dachs writes: Reaction to the important decision in 'Carlson v. American International Group' has been mixed, breaking down largely along policyholder/claimant and insurer lines. It remains to be seen how this decision plays out in the future, and whether the legislature will be motivated again to make any changes to the language of Ins. L. §3420.
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