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California Supreme Court Holds That Conflict Invalidates Firm's Engagement Letter But Says Firm Still May Be Able To Get Paid
Last week, the California Supreme Court issued its decision in Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton,LLP v. J-M Manufacturing Co.,Inc.,a decision which lawyers and law firms anxiously awaited for months
United States
12 Sep 2018
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Non-Party Has Sufficient Interest to Disqualify Law Firm From Second Circuit Case
Because disqualification can have a huge impact on both law firms and clients alike, we pay special attention to any decisions on the subject.
United States
25 Oct 2016
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Less Exposure: New York Appeals Court Finds Privilege For Law Firm In-House Counsel
A New York appeals court gave attorneys a reason to celebrate just before the July 4th holiday weekend.
United States
14 Jul 2016
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N.Y. Court Of Appeals Narrowly Interprets Common Interest Exception To Attorney-Client Privilege
This opinion has important implications for communications between attorneys and clients, particularly in commercial contexts.
United States
7 Jul 2016
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Watch What You Say: New York Court Rule Will Expose More Attorney-Client Communications
Anyone who has ever had to litigate a dispute knows how important the attorney-client privilege is.
United States
21 Jun 2016
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Not Just A New York State Of Mind: Nonresident Lawyers Must Have A Physical Office In New York
On Friday, the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit struck a blow to nonresident lawyers looking to practice in New York State.
United States
27 Apr 2016
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Playing Nicely With Others: Cross-Border Fee Sharing With Firms That Play By Different Rules
Finally, the NYSBA's Commercial and Federal Litigation Section endorsed the ABA's proposed changes concerning inter-firm fee sharing.
United States
10 Feb 2016
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Law Firms Win Big Case Arising From Representation Of Clients With Competing Interests
Law firms often struggle to determine when the rules of professional conduct permit representation of clients who compete in the marketplace. When is it OK, for example, to represent clients with competing patents, trademarks, or copyrights?
United States
5 Jan 2016
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New York Authorizes Temporary Practice By Out-Of-State Lawyers
Section 523 is very simple. It continues to prohibit lawyers not admitted here from "establish[ing] an office or other systematic or continuous presence" in New York or from holding themselves out to the public as New York lawyers.
United States
17 Dec 2015
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Virtually Unclear: Will Legal Tech Companies Bridge Justice Gap Or Fall Into UPL Abyss?
In 1965, Norman F. Dacey published a book, How to Avoid Probate, which sold 600,000 copies in two years.
United States
4 Aug 2015
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Bits Or Mortar: Will New York Continue To Require Non-Resident Lawyers To Have Physical Offices?
For a variety of reasons, some New York lawyers choose to practice "virtually" - that is, they conduct their business primarily over the Internet, rather than through a physical law office.
United States
16 Apr 2015
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New York Court Of Appeals Rules On Attorney Fees Issue
The New York Court of Appeals in Albunio v. City of New York issued a ruling on a question that has long bedeviled civil rights and employment lawyers.
United States
28 Apr 2014
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