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  • Remedying Inadvertent Disclosures With Clawback Agreements

    By Randy Evans and Shari Klevens

    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.

  • Public Injunctive Relief Cannot Be Forfeited in Consumer Arbitration Agreements in Calif.

    By Alexis M. Buese and Livia Kiser

    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).

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This year's winners recount career crossroads and lessons learned.
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2016 LEGAL DEPARTMENTS OF THE YEAR AND IN-HOUSE IMPACT AWARDS

WOMEN LEADERS IN TECH LAW - 2016

THE RECORDER'S BEST - 2016

CALL FOR NOMINATIONS: 2016 LEGAL DEPARTMENTS OF THE YEAR

TOP SETTLEMENTS OF 2015

THE RECORDER'S 2016 CORPORATE DEPARTMENTS OF THE YEAR

TOP VERDICTS OF 2015

THE RECORDER'S 2016 LITIGATION DEPARTMENTS OF THE YEAR

THE RECORDER'S 2015 INNOVATORS OF THE YEAR

THE RECORDER'S 2015 LEGAL DEPARTMENTS OF THE YEAR

THE RECORDER'S 2015 WOMEN LEADERS IN TECH LAW

THE RECORDER'S BEST 2015

TOP SETTLEMENTS OF 2014

TOP VERDICTS OF 2014

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