Under the terms of the agreement, Big Lots acquired all outstanding shares of Liquidation World for six cents per share, or approximately $1.8 million, acquiring Liquidation World's 89 Canadian stores in the process. Big Lots estimates its ini-tial investment at $36 million, including payment for the acquisition of all outstanding shares, satisfying the debt of Liquidation World and normalizing the working capital needs of the business. Big Lots was represented by internal counsel (General Counsel Charles Haubiel II and Deputy General Counsel Chad-wick Reynolds) and US counsel Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP (Bruce Paige and Jay Vorys). McMillan LLP rep-resented Big Lots in Canada with a team that included Ted Scott (corporate); Sean Farrell and Stewart Ash (public markets and securities); Michael Templeton (tax); Richard Peters (Alberta corporate/public markets and securities); Adam Maerov (banking and restructuring) and Sharon Groom (trade-marks) and firm associates Stephen … [Read more...] about Big Lots Acquires Liquidation World And Enters Into New Credit Facility
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As an example, Gertner cited the case of Duane Buck, who was convicted and sentenced to death in Texas after his own expert testified on cross-examination that he is statistically more likely to be dangerous in the future because he is black. The finding of future dangerousness was needed for a death sentence in the state. In a February decision, the U.S. Supreme Court said Buck’s lawyer had been ineffective, and he could reopen the judgment. … [Read more...] about Will the Supreme Court get to ‘a bridge too far’ in big cases next term?
Trump previously questioned why Republicans set limits, which former House Speaker Newt Gingrich imposed in 1994 to encourage new leadership in the party, and blamed the limits for the recent wave of GOP retirements from the House in remarks last year, according to the Washington Examiner. … [Read more...] about Trump to GOP: Extend Terms for House Committee Chairs
Still another controversy feeding the growing interest in patent law involves the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. Created in 1982, the circuit was designed to hear all appeals of patent law decisions, whether from the PTO or federal district courts. Many critics say that recent Federal Circuit rulings have resulted in a proliferation of dubious patents and a boom in litigation. Before this term, the Supreme Court was unwilling to look too closely at what the Federal Circuit was doing. … [Read more...] about Big Patent Year Pending
2000: Red Team quarterback Joe Chrisman tries to escape from DeJuan Groce and the White Team defense. Eric Crouch and Jammal Lord sat out the spring game with injuries, leaving the Huskers with three inexperienced quarterbacks. White rallied for two fourth-quarter touchdowns, the last one coming on a 46-yard pass from converted split end Brett Lindstrom to Ryan Ommert with 2:24 remaining, tying Red 21-21. The no-decision marked the first time since 1950 that the game ended in a tie. … [Read more...] about Big Ten teleconference: Scott Frost ‘a long way’ from naming Nebraska’s starting quarterback