Lawyer Ethics

Sidley Tangled In Conflict Allegation Re Investigation Of LGBTQ Rights Group

The president of the DC-based Human Rights Campaign, the nation’s largest LGBTQ rights organization, was mentioned a number of times in NY Attorney General Letitia […]

Biographers: He Wasn’t There

Few living adults have had their early career lives more closely scrutinized by scholars than 81-year-old Bob Dylan. One biographer tells Rolling Stone reporter Andy […]

Former GC Of Motion Picture Assoc. Could Get 15 Years

The former general counsel of the Motion Picture Association of America has pled guilty to sexual abuse and blackmail in Washington, D.C., Superior Court…

Law Firm Shuffle, As Gov’s Deleted-Text Lawsuit Grinds On In Missouri

The Missouri governor’s office, defending a lawsuit filed in 2017 by St. Louis attorney Mark Pedroli, has brought in new legal representation to take over […]

Law Firm Gives Pillow Guy’s Lawyer The Boot

The lawyer representing Mike Lindell was ousted from law firm Barnes & Thornburgh. Lindell is the Trump ally, election conspiracy promoter and tv salesman for […]

Texas AG’s Request For $3,800 Per Hour Outside Attorneys Is Thwarted By Lawmakers

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton wanted to be able to pay outside counsel as much as $3,780 an hour for work on an antitrust lawsuit […]

“Inventorship,” Not Infringement, At Issue In Unusual Nexus IP Case

In a video interview, an attorney who represented Nexus explains what was at issue in a novel IP case, Nexus Technologies, Inc., et al. v. […]

At Georgetown Law, An Attack On “The Progressoriat” From A Surprising Source

A professor at Georgetown Law takes on what she calls the Progressoriat, her term for progressive liberals whom she maintains are legitimizing a takeover of […]

Associate GC, Fired After Insurrection Selfie, Files Lawsuit

The former associate general counsel of Goosehead Insurance, Inc., who was fired after posting a video of himself stating his beliefs outside the capital during […]

The Decision That Has Shaped Privilege Law For 40 Years

This is the fortieth anniversary of the Supreme Court decision that “forever redefined the corporate attorney–client privilege,” writes Todd Presnell in his Presnell on Privileges […]

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