Laster: Law Firm, Not Client, Drove Demand to Open Books and Records
The Delaware Court of Chancery on Monday dismissed a books-and-records suit against plastics supplier A. Schulman Inc., finding that the plaintiff's Levi & Korsinsky attorneys—and not their client—were the force behind the suit.
The state Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday that the state did not violate the compensation clause of the New York Constitution by reducing its contributions to judges’ health insurance premiums, thereby reversing a lower court’s decision.
Uber Technologies Inc.'s admission Tuesday that it waited a year to disclose a massive data breach could put the company in the crosshairs of a California law that mandates prompt notification—both to the public and to state regulators—of significant cyberattacks.
In the Goulston & Storrs 2017 General Counsel Survey, fifteen percent of GCs or in-house counsel say they have the most difficulty identifying exposures, and this emerging risk is reshaping their role.
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