When and Why to Consider Self-Disclosure of Criminal Conduct

By Ariel A. Neuman and Jen C. Won – March 21, 2019 | A white-collar primer for civil litigators.

Five Hot Topics in Health Care Litigation

By Richard K. Rifenbark and Melissa S. Ho – March 21, 2019 | Trends for white-collar practitioners and practical advice for clients.

Practice Points

Beware of These Seven Common Attorney Malpractice Traps

By Michael S. LeBoff – June 20, 2019 | Basic considerations to help prevent claims

When a Third Party Pays the Legal Fees

By Paula M. Bagger – May 21, 2019 | Attention to these issues at the outset will help you avoid ethical issues and get paid.

Contract Boilerplate for Litigators Series

Read our series of articles that discuss various of the “boilerplate” provisions in the back of the contract that litigators typically wrestle with.


Recent Rulings on Apportionment and the Entire Market Value Rule

By Jennifer Vanderhart | June 19, 2019 In this Sound Advice, Dr. Vanderhart discusses four recent rulings from the court of appeals for the federal circuit that addressed reasonable royalty damages calculations and the need, or not, to apportion in intellectual property cases.

Making Commercial Arbitration Work for Your Client

By Conna Weiner & Kelly Turner – May 21, 2019 | Many litigators and inside counsel are concerned that commercial arbitration in the U.S. is not cost-effective, efficient, predictable or fair. This program will examine the practical, real world differences between litigation and arbitration using empirical data and outline the many steps that counsel and their clients should be taking to get the most of the arbitration process.

Commercial & Business

Learn how to join the Commercial & Business committee and maximize your Section membership!