Litigation

 
 
  • Protecting Investments In IP And People

    Companies are advised to pay attention to recent DOJ Antitrust Division initiatives to go after anti-poaching pacts between companies, including by way of criminal prosecutions. Non-compete agreements can subject a company to criminal fines of up to...

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  • What You Need to Get Ahead Using E-Discovery Analytics

    How the next generation of e-discovery platforms is using analytics to drive efficiency, cost-savings and quality of results, and promising. to move e-discovery from the exclusive....

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  • “Welcome To New York” – Cartel Chief’s Trial Underway

    Joaquín Guzmán Loera, the notorious Mexican drug lord known as El Chapo, had a Houdini-like talent for escape and a preternatural ability to evade capture when he was on the run, but a pretty mundane weak spot...

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  • Bank Had Deeper Involvement In Billion Dollar Scam Than Previously Revealed

    The looting of a multi-billion dollar Malaysian government investment fund involved more Goldman Sachs employees than have thus far been revealed as a result of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act probe into the matter. According to a...

    • Posted 4 weeks ago
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  • Fresh Perspective On Expert Selection

    An expert is a story teller, one who must be qualified and persuasive to a broad universe of listeners that may include a judge, an agency, an arbitrator or a jury, as well as “secondary influencers,” such...

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  • Why Senior Executives Are Prime Targets For Cyber-Attack

    The valuable information they possess, plus the fact they have influence in their organizations, means that cyber-criminals get more “bang for their buck” when they go after the most senior executives. This post from CyberVista explains why...

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  • Hundreds Of Climate Suits Being Litigated

    Hundreds of climate change lawsuits are working their way through U.S. courts, using arguments grounded in a variety of legal theories: tort, fiduciary duty, securities laws and constitutional law. This Today’s General Counsel article looks at the...

    • Posted 1 month ago
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  • Private Facebook Boosts Are Discoverable, Says NY Appeals Court

    A recent decision from the New York Court of Appeals found that Facebook posts are not entitled to protection, even when they are under the user’s privacy settings. There’s nothing so novel about Facebook materials that would...

    • Posted 1 month ago
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  • “Unexplained Wealth” Now Corruption Target In UK

    Last month the first unexplained wealth order (UWO) in the UK was made public. The target was one Mrs. Zamira Hajiyeva, who is a recent purchaser of “two properties worth £22 million, a property in Knightsbridge and...

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  • CA’s Prop 65 Requirements Have Gotten Tougher

    Changes to California’s Proposition 65 product warning requirements took effect on August 30. Prop 65 requires businesses to provide warnings to Californians about potential exposures to chemicals that are on a list of chemicals known to the...

    • Posted 1 month ago
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