Innovator Liability in Massachusetts: What is the fate of the learned intermediary doctrine?

Is It Too Late? Recent Appeals Court Decision Warrants Careful Consideration of Statute of Limitations Defense in Accounting Malpractice Actions

Massachusetts Becomes the First State in the Country to Recognize a Unique Form of Innovator Liability Based on “Reckless” Conduct

Insured’s Counterclaim Against Claimant Did Not Create Conflict of Interest Between Insured and Insurer

Insurer Not Required to Pay Insured’s Independent Counsel Where Defense Was Offered But Unjustifiably Declined by Insured

Business Litigation Session: Former Directors and Officers Now Adverse to Their Corporation Are Not Entitled to Privileged Communications Exchanged While They Were Still With the Corporation

Data Breach Standing: Recent Decisions Show Growing Circuit Court Split

A Changing Legal Market and the Delivery of Legal Services

Beware of Ambiguity—Material Misrepresentations in Applications for Insurance

The Increasing Danger of Conflicts of Interest

The Debate on Whether or Not the SEC’s ALJs Are Constitutional

Succession Planning: How to Hand Your Firm to the Next Generation of Lawyers

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