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In case you missed it! Loeb News from October 2020

Have you heard how Loeb is moving the needle? Loeb’s lawyers are always advising on the latest trends, issues, and legislation to help our clients and communities succeed. Here are some highlights and firm news from the past few weeks!

  • We are pleased to announce the arrival of Wanda French-Brown as a partner in the Patent Litigation & Counseling department. Wanda, an accomplished litigator with a particular focus on the pharmaceutical and life sciences industries, represents clients in infringement matters before the federal courts, the U.S. International Trade Commission and the Patent Trial and Appeal Board. Click here to read more about Wanda’s practice.
  • We may be working differently these days, but we’re still at the forefront of innovative transactional matters. Click here to learn more about Loeb’s representation of Mountain Crest Acquisition Corp. in its $381 million merger with Playboy Enterprises, Inc.
  • Between the pandemic and Hong Kong’s new national security law, there is a lot of uncertainty for companies operating in Hong Kong and China. In this installment of our “A Look Ahead” series, Benjamin Qiu explores how companies can best equip themselves for success in these markets. Click here to read more.
  • While we may not be able to meet in person, our lawyers continue to be thought leaders, hosting webinars focusing on the issues their industries are facing. Click through to find on demand versions of

    • 2020 Election Considerations – COVID-19 Remains Center Stage
      2020 has been an unprecedented year in many ways. As the U.S. presidential election nears, we know there is still at least one more big “first” to come. Holding a presidential election in the midst of this pandemic means a variety of special considerations—from the tactical to the strategic. Click here to hear Gov. Gray Davis (Ret.) and Josh Freeman Stinn discuss the ways COVID-19 is shaping the 2020 presidential election.
    • COVID-19 Accelerates Financial Technology Innovation
      The COVID-19 pandemic hit the financial technology industry with a one-two punch: first the immediate economic and business challenges from the global shutdown, and now the uncertainty that continues to ripple through the economy. If there is a silver lining, it can be found in the new, innovative solutions the industry is developing to navigate the economic realities of the pandemic and changes in consumer behavior. Click here to hear Stephen Aschettino and Mercedes Tunstall explore how fintech is rising to unprecedented challenges and how the evolving regulatory landscape is impacting the industry.
    • Podcasts: Media's Sophomores
      Click here to view this webinar, which highlighted the podcast and streaming industry in the post-pandemic environment and the legal issues the industry faces.