Arcane Corporate Law Cited in Lawsuit

An academic association is being sued by a number of their members over a boycott of Israel. That association recently began a boycott of the country and its products over relations between that country and its neighbors. But not all of the association’s members are happy with the boycott.

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The Crossroads of Business, Politics, and Crime

This Supreme Court term could do a lot to define what is criminal when it comes to how businesses interact with politicians. The High Court recently heard oral arguments on the now famous case dealing with the conviction of a former Virginia governor and rising political star sentenced to do time in prison.

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Attorney-Client Privilege, Corporations, and California’s Approach

A recent decision by a federal district court in California underscores the importance of attorney-client privilege when the client is a corporation. That case answered the question of whether attorney-client privilege survives the dissolution of a corporation. The answer to that question, ruled by the judge, is that such attorney-client privilege does not survive when …

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California Reforms ADA, Gives Small Business Owners a Break

Owning a business is hard work. There are payrolls to be met, product to get out the door, and capital to be made, invested, and saved. One major impact on the growth and sustainability of any small business is keeping compliant with federal, state, and local laws and regulations. Every business, small and big alike, …

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