Climate Litigation Momentum Building in Europe

While 2020 will go down in history as “the year of pandemic,” decisions handed down in 2019 and the news at the beginning of […]

Is Internet Gaming Addictive?

Forty plus years ago, society used the label of addiction for few things — hard drugs being the most recognizable. Today people use “addicted” […]

Don’t Let the Expert’s Communications Become Discoverable

For attorneys practicing in Florida State and in federal courts, a typical litigation consists of two discovery phases: fact discovery and expert discovery. Most […]

Compliance Strategies for Non-Competes

Non-compete agreements are an important tool. They protect against unfair competition from an employee who decides to take what she has learned about a […]

Expect Pandemic-Related Addiction Among Employees

The coronavirus pandemic is dominating the news, but the current addiction epidemic is critical as well. In fact, the two are inextricably linked. Calls […]

Defending a New York FCA Tax Investigation

Since 2010, the New York False Claims Act (FCA) has included tax as a potential basis for false claims, allowing private plaintiffs and the […]

Advertising Checklist for In-House Counsel

Along with making their advertising materials eye-catching and influential, consumer-facing companies need to ensure that their representations about products and services comply with advertising […]

Legal’s Role in Business Strategy

Lawyers are trusted advisors, but what happens when lawyers choose to be more? Can outside legal counsel be in a position to effectively advocate […]

Think You’ve Drafted an Airtight “No Oral Modifications” Clause? Think Again

A core tenet of contract law is that the contracting parties are masters of the agreement. Parties negotiate and ultimately agree upon terms that […]

Cybersecurity Is a Fundamental Legal Responsibility

All practicing attorneys face daily threats from cybercriminals worldwide. It does not matter whether you work for a large firm or are in a […]