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Though business attorneys may prefer to leave attorney-client privilege issues to litigators, staying up-to-date on the contours of the privilege will benefit their clients down the road when litigation inevitably ensues.
This article provide an overview of what proactive steps must be taken by most creditors and contract counterparties of a covered financial company to protect their interests in the event that the FDIC takes over the company as receiver under Title II of the Dodd-Frank Act.
The tax case between the Jackson Estate and the IRS is mostly about the value of the singer’s image, likeness, and intellectual properties. The value of these rights accrues to the estate, but valuation differences for assets of that variety can be huge.
The recent settlement between the SEC and hedge fund adviser Philip A. Falcone and his advisory firm, Harbinger Capital Partners, reflects a more aggressive stance by the SEC and is a sea change from its long-standing policy of allowing defendants to "neither admit nor deny" wrongdoing.
In SIGA Technologies, Inc. v. Pharmathene, Inc., the Delaware Supreme Court has held that an express contractual obligation to negotiate a definitive agreement in good faith is enforceable, and that expectation damages can be an appropriate remedy for a breach of that obligation.
In 2008, I was among the students chosen to participate in the ABA Business Law Section Diversity Clerkship Program, and as result of that experience, I decided to pursue a career in business law.
Paula Boggs served as vice president of legal at Dell Computer Corporation and then as executive vice president and general counsel at Starbucks Coffee Company. In addition, she’s volunteered for many legal and civil organizations, including the ABA’s House of Delegates. In 2010, President Obama named Boggs to the White House Council for Community Solutions.
The Business Law Section presented excellent CLE and non-CLE content during the ABA Annual Meeting in August. If you could not attend, you can still access the materials for a taste of what you missed. In addition, numerous Section Committees have created webinars and newsletters updating practitioners on the latest developments within their specialties. This month’s “Inside Business Law” focuses on some noteworthy examples of both new content and content from the Annual Meeting.