ACC Describes Effects of Anticompetitive Regulations in the Legal Industry at DOJ Roundtable

On May 31, ACC participated in a roundtable organized by the Department of Justice Antitrust Division on the topic of anticompetitive regulations. ACC shared member perspectives on regulations in the alcohol and healthcare industries. ACC also noted the anticompetitive effects … Continue reading

Filing Update: NJ Supreme Court Grants Leave to Appeal Privilege Determinations

On February 6, 2018, the New Jersey Supreme Court granted a motion for leave to appeal and remanded to the Appellate Division to hear the appeal on the merits, in a case in which ACC filed amicus urging immediate review … Continue reading

ACC Joins Petition Advocating for Removal of California Bar Membership Requirements in California District Court

On February 6, 2018, ACC joined a group of 11 organizations and individuals in a petition to the Northern District Court in California. The group argues that the requirement of membership in the California Bar is overly burdensome and unnecessary … Continue reading

ACC Argues Against the Improper Extension of Privilege Waiver to In-House Post-Complaint Communications and Work Product

In a patent infringement case before the U.S. District Court in Delaware, Johns Hopkins University v. Alcon Laboratories, Inc., Alcon is relying on an opinion of counsel defense, and accordingly has been ordered to produce privileged documents relating to legal advice … Continue reading