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 Joshua E. Liebman and Alexander L. Berg
An overview of some of the positive and negative aspects.
By Saleel V. Sabnis
The ABA's decision not to expressly address social media has left attorneys little national guidance.
By Edward A. Marod and Darlene Barron
The federal courts have recognized at least six bases for enforcing an arbitration agreement against a non-signatory.
Ed Marod shares his 38 years of hard-earned trial experience in the form of some guidelines for depositions that can help both you and your witness clients. (09:12 min)
Saleel Sabnis outlines what your options are if you ever find yourself in the unenviable position of having unintentionally disclosed documents. (9:49 min)
Patrick Ferland discusses how, despite the many commonalities that exist, the choice of jurisdiction may have a huge impact on how you build your case. (13:47 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.