Attorney-client privilege, the confidentiality of communications between lawyer and client, is a protection for discussions between those two parties. How strict is that rule? What if a public relations firm has access to the communication? Is the privilege lost?
High net wealth individuals often look to invest their money outside of a bank. These individuals might choose to invest in real estate or a professional sports franchise. How about bankrolling other people’s lawsuits to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars? It is happening, and it seems as though it has the potential […]
One of the first things any law school student will learn in what is usually a 2L Legal Drafting course is that punctuation, grammar, and sentence structure really do matter. I remember my professor telling us that the placement of a single comma affected whether the plaintiff in a case would be given a $2+ […]
When you think of lawyer, do you think of someone who is Jewish? That would be called a stereotype, and while there is nothing wrong with you thinking that way, is there something wrong with playing up on the idea that Jewish attorneys are more desirable than non-Jewish attorneys? The Jewish American Bar Association is […]