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Australian Court Manages Concurrent Class Actions By Giving The Class Members A Choice

As securities litigation becomes increasingly globalized, the Mintz Levin Institutional Investor Class Action Recovery practice is constantly monitoring and participating in jurisprudential developments in a number of...more

TUPE: Service Provision Change

In Arch Initiatives v Greater Manchester West Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust UKEAT/0267/15/RN, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) considered whether there could be a service provision change under TUPE where only part...more

Franz Schwarz Delivers 4th Bergsten Lecture in Vienna

Franz Schwarz delivered the 4th Bergsten Lecture on the subject of “Systemic Case Management and Burden of Proof”. Over 400 registered attendees, including senior members of the Austrian and German judiciary and academia,...more

No Due Process Violation Where Judgment Entered on Patents Not Asserted at Trial

A recent case reminds litigators to be diligent in protecting their clients’ due-process rights when narrowing a case for trial or risk forfeiting the right to trial altogether. In Nuance Communications v. ABBYY USA Software...more

Iowa Business Specialty Court to Resolve Iowa Disputes

After a three-year pilot project, the Iowa Business Specialty Court will remain as part of the Iowa court system. This business court came about as a key recommendation of the 2012 Report of the Iowa Civil Justice Reform Task...more

Refining the Case Management Process: Case management is easiest when you think of the process as having three stages

Once a report is filed, efficiency is the name of the game. The compliance baton is passed from the reporting channels where a report is received to managing the case. It’s easiest when you take the case and map it out...more

Do you know what your reporting channels are up to? Keeping reporting channels top-of-mind and well-maintained is the first step...

Why do you need a reporting system? Your reporting system is the bread and butter to your compliance program. It augments all subsequential compliance activity and helps enforce a compliance-first culture, not to mention...more

Early Conciliation and the Employment Tribunal's case management powers: Changes to the respondents

The two recent cases set out below highlight the flexible approach that the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) seems to be taking in relation to Early Conciliation (EC) and the Employment Tribunal's (ET) powers to make case...more

New California Laws: AB 1390 and SB 226: More Groundwater

Last October, Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law two bills designed to make groundwater disputes easier and faster to resolve in court. Companion bills Assembly Bill 1390 and Senate Bill 226 are intended to streamline...more

The Top Seven Takeaways from the December, 2015 Federal Rules Amendments

Can rule changes streamline litigation to make discovery proportional to the case, improve case management, cut down foot-dragging in response to document requests, eliminate “over-preservation” of records and expedite...more

Supreme Analysis: Chief Justice John Roberts on E-Discovery

Since December 1st there have been numerous articles written on what the changes to the FRCP might mean for those of us working in E-Discovery. But if you really want to know the scoop, go straight to the top. The Supreme...more

FINRA-DR Task Force Report on Securities Arbitrations

FINRA’s Dispute Resolution Task Force issued its Final Report in mid-December. The Report reflects the group’s consideration of wide-ranging issues affecting the nation’s principle dispute-resolution forum for broker-dealers,...more

The 2015 FRCP Amendments: ‘Tis the Season

Hoping to find the perfect gift for the ediscovery professional in your life? Look no further than the 2015 Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP)....more

Ready, Set, Go: Amendments to Federal Civil Rules Are Now In Effect!

On December 1, 2015, much awaited amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure go into effect. These amendments, intended to narrow the scope of discovery, reduce costs and facilitate early case management, impact Civil...more

Trio of Model Case Management Order Forms Now in Place in New York's Commercial Division

The Commercial Division of New York Supreme Court now has a trio of model case management order forms designed to facilitate both the efficient pursuit of discovery and the court’s supervision of that critical -- often costly...more

Important Changes to the Federal Rules

Be prepared to adapt your litigation and cost management strategies to the new amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (“FRCP”) which will take effect on December 1, 2015. The amendments follow a four-year effort...more

2015 Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure Provide Opportunities for More Aggressive Case Management

On December 1, 2015, substantial changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP or Rules) will take effect. The Rule changes affect many aspects of federal court practice, most significantly with respect to the scope...more

CLIENT ALERT: Federal Rules of Civil Procedure Amendments to Take Effect December 1, 2015

On December 1, 2015, amendments to Rules 1, 4, 16, 26, 30, 31, 33, 34, 37, 55 and 84 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure will become effective. These amendments were originally approved by the Judicial Conference in...more

Whistleblower Risk for Private Companies: Misperceptions About Whistleblower Protections Could Cost Private Companies

Sarbanes Oxley made it clear: publicly traded companies must protect whistleblowers from retaliation, or face large fines and legal actions. Yet a widely misunderstood ruling last year by the Supreme Court opened up...more

All In: Information Readiness in the Wake of VW and the Yates Memo

I’m not much of a gambler, so I steered clear of the tables and slots at SCCE’s Annual Compliance and Ethics Institute in Vegas last week. That said, I really think if I’d have made a dollar for every time I heard the words...more

"Inside the Courts: Sweeping Changes Proposed to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure"

Significant amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure submitted to Congress in April 2015 could change discovery practices in securities litigation before the end of this year. Absent legislation to reject, modify or...more

Just in Time for the Phase II Audits: OIG Criticizes OCR’s Enforcement Efforts

As HIPAA-regulated entities anxiously await the commencement of the Phase II HIPAA audit program, the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) for the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has issued a report critical of...more

What Is Your Case Management Missing? A Look at the Key Functions You Should Expect from Your Case Management Process

We all know how important a Case Management solution is when it comes to collecting and managing incident reports throughout your organization. Not only does it provide you with deeper insights into your employees behavior,...more

Breaking Down Compliance: The Keys to Creating a Successful Compliance Program—As Told through the Letters of COMPLIANCE

Still being a young role and profession, many people are working to define what makes a successful compliance professional and program, and what can help them improve. After traveling the country for the past few months at...more

AAA Revises Construction Industry Arbitration Rules and Mediation Procedures

The American Arbitration Association (AAA) has revised its Construction Industry Arbitration Rules and Mediation Procedures (Rules), effective July 1, 2015. Although some changes are relatively modest, others expand the...more

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