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  • Some Myths About Arbitration

    An American Arbitration Association white paper takes on some myths about arbitration, among them that interim injunctive relief is only available in court. Arbitrators typically have...

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  • Tesla Facing DOJ Probe

    The SEC and the FBI are investigating Tesla’s production projections, according to a regulatory filing by the company dated Nov. 2. Apparently, FBI agents are looking...

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  • Pentagon Hires More White-Hat Hackers

    The Pentagon, expanding a bug-bounty program it started two years ago, has awarded contracts to three private security firms, all of them relatively new crowdsourced Silicon...

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People on the Move

  • PRESS RELEASE

    TODAY’S GENERAL COUNSEL and TODAY’S GENERAL COUNSEL INSTITUTE Announces Industry Executive Tracey Goldvarg to Join as Associate Publisher   March 1, 2018, CHICAGO, Today’s...

    • Posted 9 months ago
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  • Sidley Austin Announces 19 Elected Partners

    Effective January 1, 2018, Sidley Austin LLP will add 19 new partners to its partnership. “We are delighted to welcome this outstanding group of lawyers...

    • Posted 11 months ago
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Executive Summaries

  • Hundreds of Climate Suits Being Litigated

    Hundreds of climate change lawsuits are working their way through United States courts, using arguments grounded in several different legal theories: tort, fiduciary duty,...

    • Posted 2 months ago
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  • Fresh Perspective on Expert Selection

    An expert can make or break a company’s case and is often a critical component in effective advocacy. It is critical to ensure that...

    • Posted 2 months ago
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