The Georgia Supreme Court applied the business-judgment rule to bank officers and directors; the decision has implications for corporate officers and directors.
The enforcement effort focuses on gatekeeper accountability.
Requests to a juror for nonpublic information on the Internet could cause a lawyer to face disciplinary action.
By Matthew J. Hafey and Allen G. Haroutounian
How a law firm can defend itself from liability for cyber-security breaches.
By Seth L. Laver and Jessica L. Wuebker
While technology changes, the rules of ethics remain firm.
By Dana S. Douglas and Kathleen M. Przywara
What the SEC's new approach to enforcement means for accounting and auditing firms.
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 Section of Litigation Annual Conference will be held in Scottsdale, Arizona, April 9–11, 2014. Read more.
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