attorney-client-privilege

Head-On SPAC Attack In Delaware Court

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A decision by the Delaware Chancery Court earlier this month allows a case targeting GigCapital3, a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) to proceed. The […]

A Formidable Stable Of Law Firms For DeSantis’ “Culture War”

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Four law firms, including the firm where Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis once worked as a litigator, have received at least $16.7 million to wage […]

Attorney/Client Privilege In Cross-Border Advocacy

Deborah R Meshulam, Katrina A Hausfeld, Laura Ford, Piotr Falarz, and Shabaz Ahmed of DLA Piper provide a comprehensive guide to the thorny issue […]

Robot Opines On Its Potential Legal Problems

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It’s getting easier to interact with AI, and it’s going to get a lot easier in the near future, observers say. Unlike fusion power […]

The Diciest Of Corporate Governance Issues

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They’ve gotten more expensive and the range of issues spawning them has grown wider, according to a post from law firm Farella Braun+Martel. Alleged […]

Former Cypto GC Joins Senator Gillibrand’s Staff

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Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) has brought in a former general counsel with cryptocurrency company Coinbase to be her chief counsel for finance, according to […]

The GC/Risk-Management Dynamic In Three Companies

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An article in Canadian Lawyer reports on a forum that brought together general counsel from three major Canadian companies, along with one law firm […]

25 Firms With the Most Patent Law Professionals

Dennis Crouch at Patently-O ranks the top 25 firms with the most registered patent law professionals, and comments on how their numbers have changed […]

Expected Increase In Legal Malpractice Claims

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A Georgia attorney with a legal malpractice specialty reports that malpractice carriers are expecting to see a claims uptick. Historical factors fueling this trend […]

DHS Official To In-House Lawyers: Don’t Be “Risk-Averse” About Reporting Cyber Attacks

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Too many in-house counsel yield to an “ingrained, cultural risk aversion” and fail to report cyber attacks, says a senior official with the U.S. […]