The exclusions are an important part of any liability insurance policy, but this is particularly true of cyber liability insurance polices.
Across the United States (U.S.) jurisdictions, attorney-client privilege broadly protects communications between lawyer and client.
This three part series will discuss the newest antitrust challenges aimed at Amazon.
We have previously written several articles regarding the circuit courts’ application of the so-called “implied certification” theory of liability under the False Claims Act (FCA).
When Responding to an Activist, a Special Committee’s Credibility is Enhanced by a Clear Mandate from the Board
As we discussed in our previous post, a board faced with the arrival of an activist on the scene can benefit from establishing a special committee of independent directors.
On May 5, 2015, Louise Parent, Of Counsel, was interviewed by Randy Milch about her ambitious path to general counsel of AMEX, how she successfully dealt with AMEX’s battle with Visa and Mastercard in the U.S., Europe, and Latin America, and how the role of general counsel has changed since 1993.
Just read an article on the white hot (at least for millennials) web site Ozy.com, entitled, Surfing China’s Business Boom … Without Wiping Out.
Thirty years ago, when I showed a busy plaintiffs’ lawyer a new Fifth Circuit decision, he groaned. The court of appeals’ decision took way too much space — more than a page — to explain a very basic idea, he groaned.
The first television commercial for a cannabis product was scheduled to air on Denver-based ABC affiliate KMGH this month but the network’s owner, E.W. Scripps Company, pulled it at the last-minute, citing “concerns about the lack of clarity around federal regulations that govern broadcast involving such ads.”