• What General Counsel Should Ask Tax Directors

    Tax departments report up through finance rather than the legal function in most companies, so it’s easy for chief legal officers to be disconnected from one of the most legally complex and risky parts of any enterprise....

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  • Census Case A Bust For Trump; Opposing Lawyers Now Awarded Legal Fees

    In a nonpublic settlement, the Justice Department has agreed to pay $2.7 million in legal fees for the New York Immigration Coalition, which successfully opposed the Trump administration’s attempt to get a citizenship question on the 2020...

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  • Data And Business Litigation

    Data retention is a double-edged sword. Data can be a treasure trove of evidence, notably in matters involving trade secrets and non-compete agreements, but in virtually any type of litigation. At the same time, data – holding...

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  • Cohen Wants Trump To Pay His Legal Fees, Judge Skeptical

    Former Trump attorney Michael Cohen’s attempt to get the Trump Organization to pay his legal fees ran into a skeptical judge at a hearing in a New York state court last week. Cohen wants the Trump Organization...

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  • “AI” Run Amok, Falsely Accuses Thousands Of Unemployment Fraud, Says Class Action

    A case in Michigan will set the alarm bills ringing for those concerned about artificial intelligence in the legal system, specifically when it’s employed in the course of enforcement and prosecution. In Michigan, a class action was...

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  • Remington Appeals Sandy Hook Gun-Sale Ruling To Supreme Court

    Remington Arms, manufacturer of the AR-15 style semi-automatic rifle that was used in the mass killing in Newtown, Conn. has appealed an unfavorable state supreme court ruling to the U.S. Supreme Court. The Connecticut Supreme Court allowed...

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  • Developments In International Employment Law

    Employment law is high on the agenda of many governments worldwide. This Today’s General Counsel article looks at these developments in three international jurisdictions: The United States, China and Europe. A key pending issue in the U.S....

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  • Supreme Court Changing Where You Can Be Sued

    In three decisions over the past five years, the Supreme Court has curtailed the power of U.S. courts over out-of-state and international defendants by restricting both general and specific jurisdiction. Litigation is being routed to where the...

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  • Tesla Drops Suit Against A Short-Seller & Critic

    Tesla was trying to get a permanent restraining order against the man, who is part of an online community of Tesla short-sellers and critics who maintain the company exaggerates its technological claims and financial prospects. Tesla claims...

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  • A First: Execs Indicted For Failure To Report Product Defects

    Two executives of a CA company that imports humidifiers from China are being prosecuted for failing to report a potentially dangerous defect in one their products until at least six months after they became aware of it....

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