Cody Harris of Keker Van Nest & Peters represented Santa Clara County in its fight against an executive order that threatened to withhold federal funds from so-called sanctuary cities.
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With the Federal Rules of Evidence (and Procedure), attorneys can protect themselves from the risk of an inadvertent disclosure. Being proactive by utilizing clawback agreements early in discovery is a significant, valuable step. Using these protocols can limit the damage if and when an inadvertent disclosure occurs.
The California Supreme Court just weighed in again on consumer arbitration agreements, and although the court gave a tip of the hat to the strong public policy favoring arbitration, it readily found the consumer arbitration provision invalid in McGill v. Citibank, No. S224086, Slip Op. (Cal. April 6).