The key is having the right person in the right place at the right time.
Representing more than one party in a given matter is permissible, but it can raise a host of ethical issues, including those that involve potential—and actual—conflicts of interest.
A primer on how the attorney-client privilege functions in the realm of trust administration.
When a class action litigant seeks to discover contact information for a third party—often with respect to potential class members—privacy considerations come into play.
“Mindfulness” may be a buzzword these days, but it may also light the path to improving professional competence.
A recent decision highlights the need to pay attention to the Rules of Professional Responsibility when handling privileged material.
The great debate about driverless cars raises unanswered legal questions about the right against self-incrimination.
Does an indemnity agreement provide protection when the obligated party has not been negligent? The answer depends on the language used.
The attorney-client privilege bars intrusion into communications between attorneys and their clients. But that protection may not apply in estate litigation.
California has strict rules outlawing covenants not to compete. But there are exceptions.