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October 2016

Fee Disgorgement (Special Credit)

Attorneys who fail to disclose conflicts to clients may lose their right to collect fees—and may have repay fees already collected.

By Kate G. Kimberlin and Jessica R. MacGregor

October 2016

Tax Indemnity Clauses in Settlement Agreements

Making another party provide indemnity sounds like a great idea, but it can get complicated.

By Robert W. Wood

August 2016

The Marital Privilege

Attorneys need to know the subtleties of marital privilege, a vital evidentiary rule.

By Crawford Appleby

August 2016

Are Insurance Bad Faith Recoveries Taxable?

The answer depends on a number of factors.

By Robert W. Wood

July 2016

Adding Judgment Debtors

A seldom invoked section of the Code of Civil Procedure allows creditors to add debtors to a judgment that has already been entered.

By Alan G. Tippie and Jessica L. Vogel

June 2016

The Interactive Process in Disability Accommodation

Cooperative dialogue is the key to enabling disabled workers to remain productive—and for employers to avoid discrimination liability.

By Ramsey Hanafi

May 2016

Mandatory Attorney Fee Arbitration

The Mandatory Fee Arbitration Act governs disputes between attorneys and clients about legal fees.

By David B. Owen and Shawnell J. Russell

April 2016

Supervisor Liability in Employment Litigation

An individual supervisor may be personally liable for harassing conduct—and the employer may be liable too under certain circumstances.

By Michelle MacDonald

March 2016

Unpaid Internships Are Not Uncommon—But Are They Legal?

The legality of unpaid internships is complicated by conflicts in state and federal laws.

By Alan S. Levins and Katherine M. Kimsey

February 2016

New Rules for Litigators: 2016 Brings Significant Changes to the California Code of Civil Procedure

Here is what you need to know about key procedural rules that took effect on January first.

By Oliver Dunlap and Richard Normington
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