What Happens in a Federal Grand Jury?
A recent opinion from a federal district court in Massachusetts provides plan sponsors and fiduciaries with a reminder that plan service providers should be excused from meetings where their attendance is not needed to assist...more
In two recent opinions, the Delaware Court of Chancery clarified the parameters and application of certain aspects of the attorney-client privilege under Delaware law. On November 15, 2013, the court decided Great Hill Equity...more
The art of communication has changed considerably over the past few years. Rather than in-person or telephonic, the majority of communications in today’s business world are electronically transmitted. Likewise, professional...more
In this Opinion, the Court of Chancery resolved a privilege dispute arising out of a merger transaction and relating to the ownership of pre-merger attorney-client communications. The Court concluded that, absent an express...more
Which American president was the first to incorporate arbitration as a dispute resolution method in his will?
Every lawyer swears an oath to maintain the secrets of clients. This is the client’s guarantee that when he...more
The Supreme Court of Canada shed a bit more light on the “bright line rule” for determining when a conflict exists when a law firm represents clients whose interests are adverse in the recent decision of Canadian National...more
As the Supreme Court of Ohio has stated, “A fundamental principle in the attorney-client relationship is that the attorney shall maintain the confidentiality of any information learned during the attorney-client...more
Attorney-client privilege is a rule that protects both attorneys and their clients from disclosing confidential communications vital for the purposes of furnishing or obtaining legal advice or assistance....more
1. Do you “reply to all” on emails? Should you?
With the ease of email communications, thought needs to be given before you respond to an email and hit “reply to all.” With traditional correspondence by mail to opposing...more
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