ACC Files Letter Supporting Review of Litigation Privilege Issue in the Supreme Court of Canada

ACC and its Canadian chapters sent a letter in support of Suncor Energy Inc.’s leave for appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada to review the Alberta Court of Appeal’s ruling in Alberta v Suncor Energy Inc. The Alberta Court … Continue reading

ACC Amicus Brief Contends NLRB Decision at Odds with Federal Law on Racist Picket Line Behavior

In an amicus brief in Cooper Tire & Rubber Company v. National Labor Relations Board, ACC argues the NLRB and the 8th Circuit should not put in-house counsel and their employers in the uncomfortable position of protecting employees who participate … Continue reading

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

ACC Urges Protection of Confidential Business Information in California Supreme Court Amicus Letter

On January 10th, ACC filed a letter brief with the Supreme Court of California supporting the petition for review of a case raising the question of whether a court should sanction an attorney for the mishandling or misuse of non-privileged … Continue reading

ACC Supports Proposed Rule on Privilege Between Clients and Patent Practitioners at the Patent Trial and Appeal Board

On December 19th, ACC and its Intellectual Property Committee filed comments with the U.S. Patent and Trade Office in support of its proposed rule recognizing privileged communications between clients and patent practitioners at the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (“PTAB”). … Continue reading

ACC Files Amicus in California Supreme Court Against Open-ended Advance Conflict Waivers

ACC filed an amicus brief on December 2, 2016 in Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP v. J-M Manufacturing Co., Inc., arguing that an open-ended advance conflict waiver the law firm insisted upon was invalid, as it did not comply … Continue reading