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Schmidt, Murray, Complications of Business Dissolution

“The Business Divorce,” Buffalo Business First, May 2022

Schmidt, Salcedo, NYS Amendments to Anti-SLAPP

“New York State’s Amendments to Its Anti-SLAPP Law Could Impact Business Litigants,” Beyond Dispute, Phillips Lytle Commercial Litigation Newsletter, June 2021

Kraus, Schmidt, PREP Act Immunity, Shareholder Derivative Litigation

“PREP Act Immunity and Its Application in Shareholder Derivative Litigation: A Modest Proposal,” National Law Review, May 2021

Schmidt, Telecommuting Across State Lines

“Ethics Tips For Attorneys Telecommuting Across State Lines,” Law360, March 2021

Schmidt, Protecting Clients During Law Firm Dissolution

“Keys To Protecting Clients During Law Firm Dissolution,” Law360, February 2021

Anna Mercado Clark, John G. Schmidt Jr, E-Discovery Update

“E-Discovery Update: Transition to Sophisticated but Reasonably Priced Platform,” Beyond Dispute, Phillips Lytle Commercial Litigation Newsletter, July 2020

Schmidt, Workplace Fraud in COVID-19 Era

“Protecting Against Workplace Fraud in the COVID-19 Era,” Rochester Business Journal, June 2020

Bozer, Schmidt, Co-Author White Collar Column

“White Collar Corner: Can One Successfully Oppose a Federal Civil Forfeiture Action?,” The Daily Record, June 2020

John G. Schmidt, Workplace Fraud, March 2019

“The Right Way to Deal with Workplace Fraud,” Buffalo Business First, March 2019

John G. Schmidt Jr., Author, Private Investigator in Commercial Litigation

“The Proper Use of a Private Investigator in Commercial Litigation,” Beyond Dispute, Phillips Lytle Commercial Litigation Newsletter, February 2019

John G. Schmidt Jr. and Richard T. Tucker Co-Author Article for Law360

“A Valuable Tool For Consolidating NY State Court Actions,” Law360, March 2016

John G. Schmidt Jr., Author, Debt Collection Dialogue

“‘Debt Collection Dialogue’ Occurs in Buffalo, New York,” Beyond Dispute, Phillips Lytle Commercial Litigation Newsletter, August 2015

John G. Schmidt Jr., Author, Regulatory Burdens Increase

“Regulatory Burdens Increase for Receivables-Management Companies in New York,” Beyond Dispute, Phillips Lytle Commercial Litigation Newsletter, August 2015