Tishkoff Zoom Office

Tishkoff Zoom Office

This is Tishkoff’s new office in the age of COVID! Most litigation in the U.S. is currently conducted using Zoom. Using this set up, Tishkoff’s attorneys completed the first Zoom trial for the Chancery Court, located in Nashville, Tennessee, in March 2021.  The...

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What are antitrust laws?

What are antitrust laws?

Antitrust laws, also referred to as competition laws, are statutes developed by the U.S. government to protect consumers from predatory business practices.   Antitrust laws ensure that fair competition exists in an open-market economy. These laws have...

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What is the Business Judgment Rule?

What is the Business Judgment Rule?

The business judgment rule is invoked in lawsuits when a director of a corporation takes an action that affects the corporation, and a plaintiff sues, directly or derivatively (i.e., on behalf of the corporation), alleging that...

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What is a Statute of Limitations?

What is a Statute of Limitations?

n a case likely to be viewed as the most monumental in the history of American employment law, the U.S Supreme Court, on June 12, 2020, handed down its opinion in Bostock v. Clayton Cty., 2020 U.S. LEXIS 3252 (June 12, 2020).  The Supreme Court held that an...

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