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Another Federal Court Decision Underscores the Importance of Preserving Attorney-Client Privilege and Protecting Work Product

USA - July 27 2021 Last year’s decision in In re: Capital One Customer Data Security Breach Litigation, E.D. Va., No. 1:19-md-02915, and the decision earlier this year…

Alex Iftimie

Recent Decision Compelling Disclosure of Data Breach Incident Response Report Highlights the Importance of Preserving Privilege and Protecting Work Product

USA - June 8 2020 In a time when data breaches are on the rise, a recent court ruling serves as a stark warning for companies attempting to shield from disclosure…

John P. Carlin, Gina M. Pickerrell

Excusing Performance in the Wake of COVID-19

USA - March 20 2020 The cover of this week’s issue of The Economist shows a picture of the globe with a “Closed” sign hanging over it. So what happens when global…

David A. Newman, Natalie A. Fleming Nolen, Michael G. O'Bryan

U.S. Supreme Court limits reach of primary liability in securities fraud cases

USA - June 13 2011 Today, in a 5-4 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court narrowed the circumstances under which a defendant can be held liable in a private action under Rule 10b-5 for “making” a false or misleading statement.

Jay G. Baris, Jordan Eth

U.S. Supreme Court invites solicitor general’s views on whether to grant review of important securities fraud case

USA - January 11 2010 Today, the Supreme Court took an important step in a case that should be of interest to investment advisors, accountants, and others who provide services to issuers of securities.

Jack C. Auspitz, Brian R. Matsui, Deanne E. Maynard