Post Authored By: Kasim Carbide Public companies, and the executives who run them, have always been under the public eye,
This article discusses the attorney-client privilege, the attorney work product protection, and related doctrines, with a specific focus on how these doctrines apply to in-house counsel’s communications. The article addresses important differences between federal and Illinois law on these topics of which in-house counsel should be aware. The article concludes with best practices in-house counsel may wish to follow to try to ensure that their potentially privileged communications will not be discoverable in the event of litigation.
Post Authored by Kasim Carbide Money transmission laws have historically been modeled after companies like Western Union and International Money
By Meredith Mays Espino Earlier this month, Amazon, Inc. settled with the Department of Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control
Post Authored by Brian Bentrup Piercing the veil of an LLC may prove more difficult than a corporation, because the