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Lawyers advising directors, officers, and general counsel should understand the complex interplay between indemnification permitted by statute and coverage under D&O liability insurance, as well as the unique procedural challenges in a derivative suit.
Mindful that the threats to key business assets are real and lawsuits are aggressively pursued in the rapidly changing IP world, companies should obtain the best coverage available for IP exposure.
Parties that anticipate allocation issues at the outset can make informed decisions throughout IP litigation and during any settlement process.
A qualified domestic relations order creates or recognizes the right of an alternate payee to receive all or part of an ERISA plan participant’s benefits.
Recent civil cases affirm that an injured worker may be eligible for lost future wages or similar benefits if the right not to be subject to discriminatory treatment is violated.
As TIPS celebrates the Section's 80th anniversary, a former editor-in-chief and current member of the ABA Board of Governors offers information on the origins and early history of The Brief.
The outgoing Section chair interviewed former TIPS chairs to determine what makes TIPS unique among all ABA Sections. He also examines TIPS's goals, and recaps highlights of the Section's 80th year.
Facilitating the participation of young lawyers in TIPS involves creating leadership opportunities for new members by providing a forum for maxmizing learning and Section involvement.
TIPS 80th anniversary celebration; Spring Meeting in Washington, D.C.; TIPS 2012-2013 CLE Recap; Year in Review
Two California lawyers, legal educator Beth Whittenbury and entertainment and IP attorney John Stephens, tell why they have become active in TIPS.
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- Insurer's Withdrawl of Defense
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