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Court Concludes Determining Whether Communications Involving In-House Counsel are Privileged is “Complicated”

USA - January 29 2018 Late last year, the United States District Court of the Eastern District of Louisiana issued an informative opinion in Texas Brine Company, LLC et al...

Back to the Basics: One Item Defense Counsel Must Check After the Filing of a New Lawsuit

USA - August 28 2017 Upon the assignment of any new lawsuit, defense counsel will most certainly be thinking of the multitude of tasks to be completed with regard to the...

U.S. Supreme Court Dismisses Writ in Recharacterization of Debt Proceeding

USA - August 17 2017 Late last week, the United States Supreme Court said that it erred when it granted certiorari to resolve a bankruptcy dispute over whether state or...

U.S. Supreme Court Grants Certiorari to Decide Circuit Split on Applicable Law for the Recharacterization of Debt

USA - August 3 2017 The United States Supreme Court will soon decide whether state or federal law will apply to the recharacterization of debt. On June 27, 2017, the...

Part 3 of 3: The Telemedicine Debate in Texas: Federal Judge Halts the TMB’s Revised Rule

USA - January 25 2017 In December of 2015, federal Judge Robert L. Pitman declined to dismiss Teladoc’s antitrust suit, holding that the TMB was not immune (as it had...