Who Decides Arbitrability?

More and more contracts contain arbitration clauses, as parties realize that arbitration can be an efficient and cost-saving way to […]

Ten Mistakes Lawyers Make in Mediation

First on the list, not nailing down the deal at the mediation. After a long day of haggling that ends […]

A Women-Owned Law Firm’s Perspective

The authors, co-founders of a woman-owned and operated firm, note that while women-owned businesses comprise almost 40 percent of privately […]

Cutting Litigation Costs in a Post-Covid World

Attorneys who do not create litigation analyses and budgets early in the case cost clients’ money in wasted effort and […]

Investors Pushing Environmental and Social Proposals

An increasing number of institutional investors have begun to include environmental and social (E&S) considerations within their established risk-return analysis framework. […]

Covid Brings Transfer Pricing Issues

As multinational groups respond to the challenges presented by the coronavirus outbreak, many of them need to update their transfer […]

New York Latest State to Enact Cybersecurity Law

With its Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data Security (SHIELD) Act. New York joins a growing number of states that […]

A Checklist for FCPA Compliance

The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act contains two key provisions: (1) a prohibition on bribery of foreign officials and (2) accounting […]

How In-House Counsel Can Protect Trade Secrets

As bring-your-own device policies proliferate, and digital storage become cheaper and more prevalent, it has gotten easier to pilfer trade […]

Overcoming Budget Hurdles Due to Covid-19 Litigation

Three months into the pandemic, expectations about budgeting in legal departments have changed. Survey data shows that only 19 percent […]

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