By Shari L. Klevens and Alanna Clair | September 25, 2023
Here are some tips for navigating these areas where personal conflicts may arise.
By Kori Wagner and Marissa Merrill | September 22, 2023
By broadening the scope of liability in negligent security premises liability cases, the ruling creates more uncertainty and ambiguity about how foreseeability can be established.
By Petrina Hall McDaniel, Dara Mann and Erin Gilmore | September 21, 2023
With these developments, federal courts within the Eleventh Circuit are poised to become fertile ground for plaintiffs, potentially offering a more lucrative and plaintiff-friendly forum than even Florida's state courts.
By David Maimon | September 20, 2023
Many Americans use the internet to quietly acquire illegal, fake and stolen items. Guns, prescription drugs no doctor has ordered and checks are on this long list, as well as cloned credit cards, counterfeit passports and phony driver's licenses.
By Michael Kenny | September 20, 2023
By striking down affirmative action, the court has provided an opening for certain groups to challenge both public and private diversity, equity and inclusion programs and initiatives (Perkins Coie and Morrison Foerster are defendants in such lawsuits).
By James W. "Jim" Wimberly Jr. | September 19, 2023
The NLRB has taken two steps away from these long-standing principles of American democracy.
By Sharon L. McCarthy and Daniel Cady Davidson | September 15, 2023
Since the Georgia elections case and the Trump classified documents case, the crime-fraud exception to the attorney-client privilege has become an issue. This article poses the question whether there is actually an erosion of the attorney-client privilege because of these recent cases.
By James "Jay" Sadd and Richard E. "Rich" Dolder | September 15, 2023
Contrary to claims made in this space on Sept. 7, the law is not "needlessly complex." The law requires only that insurance companies act reasonably under the circumstances when they receive a valid offer to settle a claim against an insured.
By Michelle Davis | September 13, 2023
Force majeure is lurking in the shadows of the Hollywood strikes, offering struggling studios a potential lifeline out of debt. But the best attorneys and the strongest contracts are proactive, rather than reactive. Thus, consider the following drafting tips to strengthen your force majeure language now, in the calm before the next storm.
By Jonathan Nash | September 13, 2023
President Donald Trump's former chief of staff has already appealed U.S. District Court Judge Steve Jones's decision to deny his request to remove the criminal charges against him in the Georgia state election-fraud case from Fulton County Superior Court to federal court. And appeal he should have: An attempt to remove a criminal prosecution under the federal officer removal statute is rare, and the proper standard is elusive.
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