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Supreme Court Declines to Review 3rd Circuit Ruling; Crime-Fraud Exception to Attorney-Client Privilege Decision Persists

On November 10, 2014, the Supreme Court (No. 14-389) declined to review the 3rd Circuit decision (No. 13-1237), In Re: Grand Jury Subpoena, leaving intact the 3rd Circuit’s ruling on the proper bounds of the crime-fraud exception to the attorney-client privilege. In the...

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Transparency Brings New Questions To Compliance

In today’s supply chain, businesses must manage an increasing level of transparency and an emerging, somewhat amorphous set of ethical expectations. This network of emerging risk includes evolving standards around human rights, diversity, consumer protection, social inequality, vulnerable...

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Excerpts From Remarks Of Douglas S. Eakeley At Investiture Ceremony, Rutgers School Of Law – Newark

Douglas S. Eakeley was invested with the Alan V. Lowenstein Chair of Corporate and Business Law at a ceremony at The Rutgers School of Law - Newark on June 7, 2013. What follows are excerpts from his acceptance remarks. We all know why we’re here today: to honor Alan Lowenstein, who died...

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