Cross Your T's and Dot Your I's.
There are several measures an attorney can and should take to prevent unintended attorney-client relationships.
Attorneys advising public accounting firms and individual engagement partners should be aware of the potential issues that may arise as a result of the new required disclosures.
By George Denegre and Carey L. Menasco
To what extent is it binding, and what can you do about it?
By Patricia A. Gorham and Samuel J. Casey
The decision creates an ambiguous and potentially shifting landscape.
By Michael Luongo
The Travelers lawsuit makes clear that consumer general liability policies alone may not provide coverage for cyber incidents.
Saleel Sabnis outlines what your options are if you ever find yourself in the unenviable position of having unintentionally disclosed documents. (9:49 min)
Jane Webre, who successfully argued Gunn v. Minton before the U.S. Supreme Court, examines both 28 U.S.C. §§ 1331 and 1338 as they apply to the issue. (6:39 min)
Paul Bauer discusses the "scandal of prediction" and ways to protect against false assumptions when predicting the future. (16:39 min)
The committee’s bimonthly calls are held at 11 a.m. Central on the first Tuesday of every other month. Our next committee conference call is scheduled for June 7, 2016. Please contact cochair Carey L. Menasco for dial-in information.