Case underscores that a general advance waiver can provide some protection, but a law firm may obtain greater protection by tailoring the waiver to specific clients and conflicts.
The Sixth Circuit takes a more interpretative approach of the statutory language.
Court examines the district court's decision regarding noncompete/nondisclosure claims against a former employee.
By Paul M. Kessimian and Travis J. McDermott
Since the Pension Committee decision, the rules governing document preservation and spoliation have been in flux.
By Jason J. Rawnsley
The controversy about the Delaware Court of Chancery's business arbitration program moves to the Third Circuit.
By Paula M. Bagger
Last year saw a flurry of feedback from the bench on computer-assisted document review.
All attorneys want to do their best for their clients, but sometimes mistakes happen. Listen as Elizabeth Timkovich shares advice on how to protect both the attorney-client and attorney-work product privileges. (15:56 min)
In Standard Fire Ins. Co. v. Knowles, the Court unanimously held that, prior to certification, a named plaintiff’s stipulation that the putative class would not seek more than $5 million did not defeat jurisdiction under CAFA. (61 min 3 sec)
The committee has released updated answers to your frequently asked questions. They are available here.
Gary L. Beaver, cochair of the CBLC’s Internet Litigation Subcommittee, authored an article in the Fall 2012 edition of The Brief, titled "Meeting Your Duties Regarding Electronically Stored Information."
Navigant Consulting, Inc. has released its Litigation Trends Analysis for Q1/Q2 2012.
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