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Ulmer Adds New Associate to Highly-Ranked Business Department

Ulmer & Berne LLP is pleased to announce the addition of Ethan Lee Rosenfeld as an Associate in the firm’s Business Department. Rosenfeld will focus his practice on corporate law matters, including mergers and acquisitions, equity and debt financing transactions, and regulatory compliance. In addition, Rosenfeld will work with clients in the…

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Protecting Broker Dealers From Cyber Threats

Ulmer Partner Frances Floriano Goins and Associate Michael Davis Hoenig recently wrote an article for Bloomberg Law entitled, “INSIGHT: Protecting Broker Dealers from Cyber Threats.” In the article, Goins and Hoenig examine a FINRA report that provides broker dealers with best practices for effective cybersecurity, and warn that it is…

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Ulmer Partner Appointed Vice Chair of IPO Women in IP Committee

Ulmer & Berne LLP is pleased to announce that Partner Rachael L. Rodman was recently appointed as a Vice Chair of the Intellectual Property Owners Association (IPO) Women in IP Committee, which seeks to promote the advancement of women in IP law and to increase the diversity of IPO’s membership. As Vice…

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MobilityWorks Featured in Crain’s Cleveland Business Following Flexpoint Ford…

MobilityWorks, a leading provider of wheelchair accessible vehicles, was recently featured in a Crain’s Cleveland Business article entitled, “MobilityWorks is wheeling ‘accessibility for all’ into new markets.” The article focused on the company’s expansion following its partnership with Flexpoint Ford, a private equity firm that focuses on the health care…

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Does FINRA Have Jurisdiction Over Me?

From Ulmer’s Broker-Dealer Law Corner Blog By Michael A. Gross Does FINRA have jurisdiction over me? This is a question that I regularly field at the outset of regulatory engagements. My answer differs depending on a number of factors, including the nature of a person’s role and duties at a firm, his…

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Yahoo Breach Deal’s Failure Shows Vagueness Doesn’t Pay

Ulmer Partner Frances Floriano Goins was recently quoted in Law360’s “Yahoo Breach Deal’s Failure Shows Vagueness Doesn’t Pay.” Goins provided her insight into a U.S. District Judge’s recent refusal to approve a $50 million data breach deal between Yahoo and its users, and the growing scrutiny courts across the country…

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