ACC Supports U.S. Supreme Court Review Of New York’s Physical Office Requirement For Attorneys

ACC filed an amicus brief with the United States Supreme Court in Ekaterina Schoenefeld v. Eric T. Schneiderman, et al. on January 19, supporting a petition to review the constitutionality of a New York law requiring nonresident New York-licensed attorneys … Continue reading

Minnesota allows in-house counsel barred outside Minnesota to serve pro-bono

Reflecting a national movement that has gained increased momentum in recent years, the Minnesota Supreme Court, on January 17, 2013, authorized in-house counsel who are barred outside of Minnesota to practice pro bono. Under Minnesota’s newly amended Rules for Admission to … Continue reading

Unanimous Supreme Court Opinion a Setback for In-house Attorney Client Privilege

In Justice Sotomayor’s first written opinion filed December 8, 2009, a unanimous U.S. Supreme Court decision in Mohawk Industries v. Carpenter, No. 08-678 , limits a corporation’s right to immediately appeal a pretrial order that would compel disclosure of confidential … Continue reading