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California Supreme Court Refuses to Create Exception to Mediation Privilege, Prohibiting Disclosure of Attorney Communications in...

The California Supreme Court recently held in Cassel v. Superior Court, 51 Cal. 4th 113 (2011), that California’s statutory mediation privilege prevents the disclosure of private communications between an attorney and...more

Personal liability of Dutch arbitrators for wrongful decisions

by Arent Jan Oskam on

This document answers the question whether or not it is possible to succesfully hold arbitrators liable for delivering a wrongful award after this award has been set aside by a Court....more

Caveat Consiliator: Let The Adviser Beware -- Imposing Fiduciary Duties on Fee-Based Financial Professionals

by JASON KUESER on

The author argues that fee-based financial professionals (i.e., stockbrokers, financial advisors, financial planners) should be subject to per se fiduciary duties. The article was published in the Spring 2007 edition of the...more

Caveat Consiliator

by JASON KUESER on

This article was published in the Spring 2007 edition of the PIABA Bar Journal. The author argues that fee-based investment advisors should be subject to per se fiduciary duties....more

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