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International Arbitration Comparative Guide
International Arbitration Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of Germany, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
Germany
18 Sep 2019
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Lessons From Michael Cohen v. United States: Criminal Defendants Should Not Be At The Mercy Of Technology For Privilege Review
Michael Cohen's months-long legal battle captivated the public. With hush money payments to strippers and the National Enquirer as well as presidential tweet storms ...
United States
24 Jan 2019
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Unexplained Wealth Orders – High Court Dismisses First Legal Challenge
The English High Court has dismissed an application to discharge an "unexplained wealth order" ("UWO") against the wife of the former chairman of the International Bank of Azerbaijan.
UK
22 Oct 2018
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Beware Of Firing Your Own Witness Prior To Trial
Judge Leonard Stark recently decided several pretrial motions in this medical device patent infringement suit leading up to next month's jury trial.
United States
23 Aug 2017
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California Supreme Court Expands PAGA Plaintiffs' Access To Statewide Discovery Of Employee Contact Information
On July 13, 2017, the California Supreme Court greatly expanded the scope of discovery available under California's Labor Code Private Attorneys General Act of 2004 ("PAGA").
United States
14 Aug 2017
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Wendy Butler Curtis Co-Authors Article On The Scope Of Discovery
Orrick's Wendy Butler Curtis and Redgrave's Kevin Brady have co-authored an article in Corporate Counsel entitled "Wants vs. Needs: Guideposts to Ensuring Appropriate Scope of Discovery."
United States
9 May 2017
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Jay Jurata Weighs In On Capital One's Antitrust Claims Against NPE Intellectual Ventures
Jay Jurata, a partner in Orrick's Antitrust & Competition practice in Washington, D.C., recently spoke with The American Lawyer regarding Capital One's decision to file antitrust claims...
United States
8 Dec 2016
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The General Data Protection Regulation's Key Implications For E-Discovery
Orrick's Jeffrey McKenna co-authored an article for Inside Counsel and Legaltech News entitled "The General Data Protection Regulation's Key Implications for E-Discovery."
European Union
28 Nov 2016
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PUT YOUR DOCS WHERE I CAN SEE THEM: Seattle Police Enjoined From Disclosing Software Secrets In Public Records Act Dispute
What happens when trade secret protections collide with laws granting public access to government records? This question took center stage in a recent case involving the Seattle Police Department.
United States
19 Oct 2016
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Seventh Circuit Brands Disclosure-Only Settlement A "Racket" And Endorses Delaware Court Of Chancery's Stricter Standard For Approval Of Disclosure-Only Settlements
In a 2-1 decision, the Seventh Circuit has joined the Delaware Court of Chancery's call for enhanced scrutiny of "disclosure-only" M&A settlements that involve no monetary benefits to shareholders.
United States
22 Aug 2016
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Court-Sanctioned Employee Theft? Self-Help Discovery May Be Protected Activity In Discrimination Cases
Verdrager then sued the firm alleging both that her demotion and her termination were the result of discrimination on the basis of gender, and that both also constituted retaliation for her having opposed such discrimination.
United States
21 Jun 2016
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Simple Beats Precise: No Need for Carve-Outs Before Using Previously Produced Discovery
Here is a riddle for you: when can an interest in reducing cost and burden justify broader discovery?
United States
14 Apr 2016
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Missed Deadline Leads To Missed Opportunity At Discovery
A recent order by Magistrate Judge Cousins in Enplas v. Seoul, a case which the NorCal IP Blog previously reported on here, illustrates the perils of failing to diligently pursue discovery.
United States
23 Jan 2016
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A BETTER WAY TO LITIGATE? – The December 1, 2015 Amendments To The Federal Rules Of Civil Procedure Aim For More Efficiency And Less Delay
Civil litigation can sometimes be less than civil or efficient. Indeed, some parties have been found to engage in "abusive" discovery practices or dilatory tactics intended to prolong and increase the costs of litigation.
United States
20 Nov 2015
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Check Those Privilege Logs: Attorney Participation Does Not Automatically Cloak Documents In Privilege
As we have explored in prior posts—privilege can be a tricky thing to navigate in the insured-insurer context.
United States
15 Sep 2015
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California Supreme Court May Limit The Scope Of PAGA Plaintiffs' Access To Statewide Discovery
The California Supreme Court is poised to clarify what limits may apply to burdensome discovery demands in litigation under California's Labor Code Private Attorneys General Act of 2004.
United States
15 Sep 2015
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D.C. Circuit Confirms: Attorney-Client Privilege Applies To Internal Investigations Of Whistleblower Complaints Conducted At The Direction Of Counsel
The ability to preserve privilege for highly sensitive internal investigations conducted at the direction of attorneys is alive and well.
United States
20 Aug 2015
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Unguarded Moments: What Your Insurer Tells Its Reinsurer Matters To You
Reinsurance can be a critical component in insurance coverage litigation – and it's not nearly as complex as it may seem.
United States
12 Jun 2015
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Court Says Cyber Forensics Covered by Legal Privilege
The Middle District of Tennessee recently issued a key decision in the ongoing Genesco, Inc. v. Visa U.S.A., Inc. data breach litigation.
United States
28 Apr 2015
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Reveal Your Hurt
The days of "wait until we serve our expert report" to reveal damages figures might be over, at least if your case is in front of Judge Grewal.
United States
28 Apr 2015
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