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Rimon Partner challenges inadequacy of mail-in voting procedures

insights May 22, 2020

States around the country are grappling with the issue of balancing the coronavirus and stay-at-home orders with the constitutional right to vote in the upcoming General Election. A growing number of states have “beefed up” their vote-by-mail procedures, while others, like Florida, are reluctant to improve the accessibility of these procedures. This lawsuit is non-partisan. It concerns…

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Rimon Partner, Harvey Sepler, files amicus brief in the Robert Kraft case

insights November 25, 2019

As part of Rimon P.C.’s litigation division, we provide appellate services. Our most recent appellate project was to file an amicus brief in support of Robert Kraft (owner of the New England Patriots) in the State of Florida’s appeal from an order suppressing videotapes in his criminal case. The state charged him with prostitution-related offenses. Police…

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Third circuit affirms plan distributions are not proceeds of collateral

insights Third circuit affirms plan distributions are not proceeds of collateral Douglas J. Schneller · July 29, 2019

In Energy Future Holdings Corp. v. Morgan Stanley Capital Grp., Inc., 2019 U.S. App. LEXIS 18458 (3d Cir. 2019) (“EFH”), the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit issued an important, albeit nonprecedential, opinion about whether adequate protection payments and plan distributions made during a bankruptcy case should be re-allocated in accordance with the…

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