• Don’t Let Working From Home Compromise Attorney-Client Privilege

    As a public health matter it’s become a no-brainer, but as a legal matter working at home comes with its own set of risks. There is one in particular that is hard to avoid, although it can...

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  • Law Firms Balk At Shutdown Order, File Suit

    In Pennsylvania, a law firm filed suit last week against a state mandatory shutdown order, arguing that the edict from Governor Tom Wolf deprived citizens of the right to counsel. An attorney on the case told The...

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  • China Accuses U.S. Of Massive Hack

    In a reversal of the usual direction of such accusations as reported in the U.S, a Chinese cybersecurity company says it has evidence that the CIA has been hacking sensitive Chinese targets for at least 11 years....

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  • MeToo Has Changed Everything, From Workplace To M&A

    The breathtaking demise of celebrities may be the most dramatic result of the #MeToo movement, as Jerry Seinfeld once mused during an interview. “That’s an aspect of this unease we feel, that you just wake up —...

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  • Students, Teachers, Sue & Win $53M For Troubled Schools In CA

    Students and teachers from three underperforming schools in California have settled with the state for $53 million. An attorney with Public Counsel, an advocacy group, says it’s the first civil rights case brought under a state constitution...

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  • Global Warming In The Workplace

    Injuries and deaths aside, worker productivity is beginning to take a hit. According to one study, it decreases by two percent for every degree Celsius above room temperature. Employers who conclude potential effects will be negligible should...

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  • 150 Workers Injured At Hudson Yards

    When four workers at New York’s sprawling Hudson Yards development project were injured in a scaffold collapse a few weeks ago, one New York newspaper said it appeared to be the first accident at the site since...

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  • Is This The Golden Age Of White Collar Crime?

    Indeed it is, according to an investigative journalist who attended a so-called Offshore Alert conference, versions of which occur several times a year in some "key offshore jurisdictions"....

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  • Dershowitz And Boies Trade Defamation Suits

    Weeks after being sued for defamation by attorney David Boies for calling his firm “the law firm of extortion, subornation of perjury and other crimes,” Alan Dershowitz has filed a defamation suit against Boies. Dershowitz, former Harvard...

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  • “LawHQ” Sues 9 State Bars Over Ban On Trade Names

    A Salt Lake City-based law firm called LawHQ has sued state bars in 19 states regarding rules that forbid the use of trade names for law firms. The lawsuit contends the prohibition serves no valid purpose and...

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