Holland & Knight partner Jason Klitenic, a former deputy general counsel at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, is the Trump administration's pick to serve as the top lawyer at the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. Klitenic is a brother-in-law to FBI Director Christopher Wray, who gave him a shout-out at his confirmation hearing this year.
In their New York Court of Appeals Roundup, Lynn K. Neuner and William T. Russell Jr. discuss 'Princes Point v. Muss Development', in which the Court of Appeals ruled that the filing of a suit to rescind or reform a contact did not under the circumstances constitute an anticipatory breach of that contract.
In this Elder Law column, Renee R. Roth and Daniel G. Fish write: Guardianship cases require a careful balancing of the public’s right to access to the proceeding and the AIP’s right to privacy. It should be observed that these cases are markedly different from ordinary judicial proceedings where the parties voluntarily participate and understand that personal details of their lives may become public.
The threat of cyberattack looms large for law firms. In 2016, the year of the breach," a seemingly endless barrage of law firm security incidents were front and center in industry news and the pace hasn t slowed.
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