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Freedom of Association for Greek Organizations in the Face of Sweeping University Action

USA - April 29 2019 It’s an otherwise normal Monday morning when university officials get an alarming, and unfortunately too common, phone call. The activities of a...

Selling Out on Attorney-Client Privilege: Asset Acquisitions as a Trap for the Unwary Business Lawyer

USA - May 21 2018 Attorney-client privilege is for sale. This probably came as a real shock to Minnesota attorney Edward Adams, who helped orchestrate the sale of two...

Contractor Waives Claims by Failing to Strictly Adhere to Contract’s Dispute Resolution Procedure

USA - September 26 2016 An Ohio appellate court recently held that a contractor had waived its claims against a state university by failing to follow the contract's dispute...

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