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Border searches of your e-device: encryption may be of limited value in protecting client data

USA - October 11 2018 Picture this: You’re travelling across U.S. borders, heading home from a client meeting abroad. However, unlike other trips, this time a Customs and...

Steven G. Stransky.


Riders on the storm: your ethics duties in a disaster

USA - October 4 2018 In the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, which last month dumped up to 35 inches of rain on parts of the Carolinas, Virginia and Maryland, caused 48...


No talking to experts just to cause disqualification, TX ethics opinion says

USA - September 27 2018 You can’t interview potential expert witnesses and share confidential information with them solely to taint them with a conflict that would prevent...


LegalForce v. UpCounsel suit challenges on-line lawyer ratings, processing fees

USA - September 20 2018 Making big news this summer was the shut-down of Avvo Legal Services just a few months after it was acquired by Internet Brands. (A couple of the many...


Contingent litigation funding agreements for law firms impermissible, says NYC Bar

USA - September 13 2018 The New York City Bar Association recently found that common forms of third-party litigation funding for law firms violate New York’s Rule 5.4(a)...