Princeton History Prof, 95, Faces Eviction Over Landlord Dispute

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A revered emeritus professor of European history at Princeton, where he began to teach in 1961, has received an eviction notice from the owner […]

Malpractice Coverage For In-House Lawyers

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Its proper name is “employed lawyers professional liability insurance” and it’s worth considering, according to a post from insurance brokerage and consulting firm Woodruff […]

Non-Fungible Quarterback Has Star Legal Team

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Considered by many to be the greatest pro quarterback of all time, with his uncanny ability to evade defenders and then float 50-yard passes […]

In-House Legal At Google Touched All The Bases, But Still Lost On A Privilege Claim

When it hired a consulting firm to get advice on fending off unions, Google’s in-house legal department was careful when it wrote the retention […]

We’ve Been Hacked! Is There A Lawyer In The House?

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When a business suspects a cyber incident, the first call is typically not to a cybersecurity firm, PR firm, or even an insurer. “Instead,” […]

Is Clarence Thomas Married To A Conflict Of Interest?

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Writing in the New Yorker, Jane Mayer makes the case without quite stating the conclusion, quoting experts like Bruce Green, a Fordham professor specializing […]

“Onerous” New Law Requiring Insurance Disclosures Riles NY Defense Bar

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New York governor Kathy Hochul signed the Comprehensive Insurance Disclosure Act on December 31, immediately imposing new insurance disclosure requirements on defendants in civil […]

The Luxury Side Of the Hack, And Other Cybersecurity Stories That Made History In 2021

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Online publication Motherboard selects nine of the year’s best stories on hacking, information security, privacy, and surveillance “that we wish we had reported and […]

Kennedy Magic Levitates An Anti-Vax Group

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A formerly obscure anti-vax group became a fund raising and propaganda powerhouse when Robert F. Kennedy Jr.came aboard, and it’s now one of the […]

What Lisa Monaco Said

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In a speech before an American Bar Association institute on white collar crime, Deputy Attorney General Lisa O. Monaco gave what’s widely viewed as […]