Weinstein Bankruptcy Decisions Find Talent Agreement NonExecutory, but Post-Closing Obligations Must be Honored
The Weinstein Company Holdings bankruptcy decisions clarify a buyer’s ongoing obligations under contracts purchased in bankruptcy, subject to resolution of appeals.
The Labor and Employment Group at Hogan Lovells is proud to have contributed to the 2020 version of the firm’s Doing Business in the United States Guide. The Guide provides a high-level overview of the laws and practices important to foreign investors interested in operating in the United States, including recent legal developments.
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