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Limit the Risks Associated with Distributing Privileged Communications Inside the Company

Our team at Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck recently alerted you to the risk of corporate executives using business email accounts for personal purposes. Click here to read the first alert. In light of developing case law in...more

11/6/2013 - Attorney-Client Privilege Confidential Communications Corporate Counsel Email Employer Liability Issues Privilege Waivers

Email Users Beware: Companies and Corporate Officers Should Evaluate Email Practices in Light of Delaware Chancery Court Decision

On September 5, 2013, the Delaware Chancery Court ruled that the attorney-client privilege does not protect from disclosure emails sent by corporate officers to their personal attorneys using the company’s email account. In...more

10/3/2013 - Attorney-Client Privilege Corporate Counsel Corporate Governance Corporate Officers Derivative Suit Email Family Businesses Fiduciary Duty Reasonable Expectation of Privacy

Buyer Beware: Seventh Circuit Upholds Application of the Federal Common Law Standard of Successor Liability in an Asset Sale

One of the benefits to structuring an acquisition as an asset deal is that the buyer has the ability to choose the liabilities that it will assume and the liabilities that will remain with the seller, including contingent...more

4/15/2013 - Asset Purchaser FLSA Successor Liability

Court Confirms Reverse Triangular Merger Is Not an Assignment

We all have been there. The parties have reached agreement on all of the principal terms. Signature pages for all of the definitive transaction documents are being held in escrow. The treasury department has entered all of...more

3/8/2013 - Assignments Reverse Triangular Mergers

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