There is a psychological concept known as the curse of familiarity or the mere exposure effect.
What does it mean to stand up for your beliefs?
On 29 September 2015, Brown Rudnick, the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn and 6 KBW College Hill organised a unique panel featuring David Green CB QC, Director of the Serious Fraud Office and Andrew Weissmann, Chief of the Fraud Section of the U.S. Department of Justice’s Criminal Division.
When a person is in an auto accident, it is important for the families to retain an attorney quickly.
California woman, Cindy Hahn, is suing the city of Carlsbad, California, and several members of the town’s police department following an incident captured on cell phone video in which the mother of two was allegedly pinned down and punched by law enforcement officers after being pulled over for a seat belt violation.
On October 5, 2015, the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts heard argument in Trapp v. Commissioner of the Department of Corrections, SJC-11863.
Margaret McGuire, the chair of the SEC Enforcement Division’s Financial Reporting and Audit Group (formerly a “Task Force”), participated in a panel at the American Law Institute’s Accountants’ Liability 2015 Conference in Washington, D.C. on October 2, 2015, during which she outlined the Group’s latest enforcement initiatives.
The Supreme Court today refused to grant review of the Second Circuit’s restrictive insider-trading decision in United States v. Newman.
This month, the Supreme Court of the United States is going to be hearing oral arguments in the following Death Penalty cases, each asking the High Court to rule on aspects of the Eighth Amendment.
In Vino Veritas—Second Circuit Upholds Damages in Counterfeit Wine Koch Case with Implications for Art Sales
Koch brothers David and William are as well known for their art patronage as certain parts of the family are for political activity, and a decision yesterday by the Second Circuit involving William Koch could extend that influence.