Protecting Electronic Devices at the Border

New guidance allows Customs and Border Patrol officers to continue conducting warrantless basic searches of electronic devices. This policy directive, […]

Cross-Border Discovery and Witness Considerations in Germany and Japan

Products are an inextricable component of life, but it is only when something goes wrong that an action is filed […]

Negotiated Resolution of Criminal Cases in France

In December 2016, France adopted a new anti-corruption law known as Sapin II. France equipped its prosecutorial authorities with a […]

Problems When Transactional Counsel Act as Trial Counsel

When disputes arise involving a contract that your company’s law firm drafted, does it make sense to have that firm […]

Liability for Catastrophic Construction Failures

Catastrophic construction failures such as the April 2019 collapse of a construction crane on a Seattle office building that killed […]

Money Laundering and Anti-Terrorist Risk Management for Lawyers

In the world of anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing (AML/CTF) compliance, U.S. lawyers are not held to the same exacting […]

GC Should Lead Security Management and Risk

General Counsel are leaders in enterprise risk management and should therefore have a central role in the company’s information security […]

Recent IP Law Highlights

In 2019 the Supreme Court and the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit grappled with IP cases turning on […]

Marijuana in the Workplace

Businesses are confronting escalating drug use in the workplace by their employees. Underlying this problem is the use of marijuana […]

2020 Brings New Workplace Requirements

Several states, led by California, have enacted significant employment laws in 2019. These new statutes will likely require employers to […]

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