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Moss v Eagleston [2014] NSWSC 6

In Moss v Eagleston [2014] Mr Moss supplied information to Nationwide News Pty Ltd about his criminal background and association with Shapelle Corby. Mr Moss then sued Nationwide News, alleging they had breached a contractual...more

The Potential Pitfalls of Joint Representation

A recent California Court of Appeal opinion, Yanez v. Plummer, provides a cautionary tale for in-house counsel or outside attorneys who jointly represent their institutional client’s employees or agents in depositions. If...more

The Perils of In-House Counsel Simultaneously Representing Company and Employee

In Yanez v. Plummer (Nov. 5, 2013, C07026), the Third Appellate District issued an opinion highlighting the perils for an in-house lawyer who simultaneously represents the company and an employee. Union Pacific fired Michael...more

Employer’s Lawyer Who Defended Employee At Deposition May Be Liable To The Employee For Malpractice

Corporations may have free speech rights (Citizens United v. FEC, 558 U.S. 310 (U.S. 2010)) but they can’t talk. Thus, any deposition testimony must come from the mouths of people who are the agents, employees and directors...more

VARIOUS LIABILITIES, RELIEFS, DEFENCES AND PROTECTIONS TO THE DIRECTORS OF COMPANIES UNDER INDIAN LAWS

A company is legally separate and distinct from its members. It is ultimately an artificial creation and it acts through its servants or agents. The decisions of a majority of its members in general meetings are regarded as...more

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