Norton Rose Fulbright
Norton Rose Fulbright Releases 10th Annual Litigation Trends Survey

U.S. companies increasingly concerned about regulatory investigations The number of US companies facing regulatory proceedings increased for the third consecutive year, according to Norton Rose Fulbright's 10th Annual Litigation Trends Survey...

William A. Ruskin
William A. Ruskin: The New York City Asbestos Litigation Just Became More Complicated

By William A. Ruskin | Pursuant to the Decision and Order of the Hon. Sherry Klein Heitler, dated April 8, 2014, asbestos plaintiffs for the first time since 1996 may seek permission from the New York City trial judges to charge the jury on the issue...

LexisNexis Legal Newsroom Staff
California Official Reports: Electronic Advance Sheet – Court Opinions For Friday, April 18, 2014

The Shepard's Link(TM) feature has created hyperlinks to www.lexis.com Find a LexisNexis Sales Representative ▪ Browse Legal Bookstore ▪ Search Court Records ▪ Feedback The CA e-Advance provides a business daily e-mail service to keep...

John Holmquist
One for the Whistleblower

The Michigan Court of Appeals historically has not been a good place for plaintiffs who sue under Michigan's Whistleblowers' Protection Act. When a decision goes in favor of a plaintiff, it is worth noting, even if the decision is per curiam and...

David S. Rich
May My Business in New York Secretly Make a Video Recording of Its Employees in the Workplace?

Can a non-governmental employer in the State of New York lawfully make a video recording of its employees in the workplace without the employees’ knowledge? The short answer is that a private employer in New York lawfully may engage in secret, video...

Jack Townsend
Tenth Circuit Opinion on Mens Rea for Tax Obstruction - What Does Unlawful Mean? (7212(a))

In United States v. Williamson , [ enhanced version available to lexis.com subscribers ], ___ F.3d ___, 2014 U.S. App. LEXIS 4934 (10th Cir. 2014), here , the Tenth Circuit rejected the taxpayer's argument that the jury should have been instructed...