By Neil Wilcove and Stephanie Stewart
On January 23, 2012, state attorneys general from across the country received the draft of a proposed $25 billion settlement agreement with the nation’s largest banks that would substantially restructure foreclosure and mortgage services practices.
By Mary Anne Ackourey and La'Vonda McLean
The globalization of American business activities has resulted in employers increasing the number of employees they place on international assignments. This presents a unique challenge regarding the applicability of United States employment laws to employees in a foreign workplace.
By Sun Choy and David Cole
The pitfalls of e-discovery are real. The failure to preserve electronically stored information after receiving notice of litigation or once litigation becomes reasonably foreseeable may have serious consequences, including costly and potentially devastating sanctions on both parties and their counsel.