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Don’t Count on Privilege For Dual-Purpose Communications

A dual-purpose communication contains both legal and non-legal advice. It is typically written by an attorney, usually an in-house attorney. […]

Shedding Light on Apple’s Hasty Apple Watch Modifications in Masimo Case

Shedding Light on Apple’s Hasty Apple Watch Modifications in Masimo Case

New details in the backstory of Masimo v. Apple involving Apple’s last-minute modifications of its Apple Watch are coming to […]

Delaware’s Chancery Court Applies Fairness Standard in Tripadvisor Nevada Conversion Case

Delaware’s Chancery Court Applies Fairness Standard in Tripadvisor Nevada Conversion Case

The Jones Day firm has weighed in on the implications of a Delaware Court of Chancery decision involving Tripadvisor and […]

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The Antitrust Revolution

I taught antitrust law as an Adjunct Professor at John Marshall Law School in Chicago for twelve years. Then I […]

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Employer Policies and Employee Personal Privileged Emails

Death, taxes, and employees sending personal emails via the employer’s email server. We know it happens despite policies preventing or […]

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Turning Litigation Into a Profit Center: Key Takeaways From 2023 in Litigation Finance

Some general counsel are finding that litigation finance can help turn the legal function from a cost center to a […]

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Prioritizing Cyber Risk Ratings in the Wake of SEC Regulations and Evolving Threats

With increased Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) regulations, more cyber threats, and evolving technological exposures, all organizations must prioritize understanding […]

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A New Tool for Restoring Sound Science in the Courtroom

For the business community — manufacturers, innovators, and the agriculture and energy sectors — the proper application of the scientific […]

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Bridging the Multilingual E-Discovery Gap: Why Human Translation is Invaluable

As businesses and legal matters cross international boundaries, human legal translation has become the linchpin of the multilingual e-discovery system. […]

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Untangling Corporate Privilege: Deciphering the Complex Weave of Waivers

The principles that govern waivers for corporate entities are like a woven tapestry. In one direction we find patterns that […]

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