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In her Internet Issues/Social Media column, Shari Claire Lewis, a partner at Rivkin Radler, writes: Work-related email accounts are ubiquitous and often are used by employees for personal reasons. Em
The Delaware Court of Chancery ruled that a director's communication with his personal attorney over the company's email system were not privileged
Delaware Business Court Insider
On Sept. 5, the Delaware Court of Chancery, on a matter of first impression, ruled that a director's emails with his personal attorney were not privileged because the director used his company email
... Cite as: In re MF Global Holdings Ltd., 11 Civ. 7866 (VM), NYLJ 1202627734393, at *1 (SDNY, Decided...
...on "purposeful, culpable expression and conduct." In Global-Tech Appliances v. SEB, 131 S.Ct. 2060 (2011), the Supreme...
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