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  • The Continuing Saga of Hobby Lobby and Disclosure

    Many thanks to The Glom for allowing me to chime in here.  As you might be able to tell from the number of comments I have left for others (too many, I fear), I have been fascinated by the range and depth of the posts so far.  And thanks to co-bloggers Brett and Alan for men...

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  • Praise For "Confidence Games"

    The Georgetown Law web page has this post on the new book by Tanina Rostain and Mitt Regan In their new book Confide...

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    • Praise For "Confidence Games"

      …The Georgetown Law web page has this post on the new book by Tanina Rostain and Mitt Regan In their new book Confidence Games: Lawyers, Accountants, and the Tax Shelter Industry (MIT Press, 2014), Professors Tanina Rostain and Milton C…

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    • Pregnant Associate's Claims Survive In Part

      …The civil claims of an associate attorney against her former firm may proceed in some respects, according to a decision issued today by the New York Appellate Dvision for the First Judicial Department. In January 2008, plaintiff Ji Sun Jennifer…

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    • Oregon Rejects Fiduciary Exception

      …The Oregon Supreme Court held that a law firm's communications with in-house counsel were protected from disclosure from the now-former client. The court reversed an order of production based on the so-called "fiduciary exception" to the attorney-client privilege We conclude…

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    • Georgia Accepts Screens For Paralegals

      …An interesting decision last week from the Georgia Supreme Court on disqualification premised on a non-attorney employee We granted certiorari in this case to determine whether the Court of Appeals correctly held that a conflict of interest involving a nonlawyer…

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