The New Wave of Non-Competes
By Joseph P. Beckman – October 25, 2017
Are they enforceable?
Court Blocks Amended Class Designation Aimed at Forcing Remand
By Carl A. Aveni – October 18, 2017
Plaintiffs cannot amend post-removal to frustrate diversity jurisdiction.
Online Client Referral Programs Condemned as Unethical
By Lauren M. Gregory – October 10, 2017
Increasingly, states are banning attorneys from participating.
How Private Is Your Home in the Age of Alexa?
By Carl A. Aveni – June 29, 2017
Amazon asserts First Amendment to shield customer’s search requests from warrant.
Constitutional Concerns Lead to Rejection of Daubert Test
By Kelso L. Anderson – June 20, 2017
State high court discards prevailing standard for scientific evidence admissibility.
Circuit Split on Jurisdictional Test for Post-Award Arbitration Petitions
By Sara E. Costello – June 14, 2017
First Circuit deepens split over federal court review of arbitration awards.
Law Firm Cybersecurity Breach Opens Door to Lawsuit
By Joseph P. Beckman – March 30, 2017
Potential ethics and malpractice issues are front and center.
New Model of Attorney Regulation under Consideration
By Katerina E. Milenkovski – March 23, 2017
Could proactive management-based regulation be coming to your state?
A Practitioner’s Guide to the 2016 Federal Rule Amendments
By Lauren M. Gregory – March 17, 2017
New rules reflect practical realities of litigation.
Procedural Dismissal Leads to Substantive Loss
By Adam E. Lyons – February 20, 2017
Denial of untimely motion to amend precludes claims in subsequent suit.
Class Action Waivers Hang in the Balance
By Sara E. Costello – February 12, 2017
A deep circuit split over class action waivers is poised for Supreme Court review.
OSHA Enacts Settlement Agreement Rules in Whistleblower Cases
By Kelso L. Anderson – February 2, 2017
New guidelines impose restrictions on employers’ terms discouraging protected activity.