Tag Archives: Prospective

Lawyers receiving unsolicited e-mails from prospective clients via website must hold information rec

In the absence of an effective disclaimer, a lawyer who receives unsolicited information from a prospective client through an e-mail link on a law firm website must hold the information in confidence, even if the lawyer declines the representation.  Massachusetts … Continue reading

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Kiwi Surprise: D&O Insurance Defense Cost Protection Unavailable When Prospective Claims Exceed Policy Limits

One of the primary purposes for which policyholders purchase D&O insurance is to provide directors and officers with defense cost protection in the event claims are made against them. However, a September 15, 2011 decision by a justice of the … Continue reading

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Fourth Circuit Authorizes Retaliation By Prospective Employers Against FLSA Claimants

in a significant employment law case, the Fourth Circuit ruled last Friday that an employer may decline employment to a prospective employees due to her having made FLSA charges against a previous employer. The case, decided 2-1 over a strong … Continue reading

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Victim of a Cruise Doctor's Medical Malpractice? A Maritime Lawyer's Prospective

Our maritime lawyers receive many calls from passengers who visit cruise doctors for routine medical problems but, due to medical malpractice, are left in a weaker condition. Often times improper medical treatment by cruise doctors' leads to prolonged hospitalization, organ … Continue reading

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Amended Trademark Dilution Act Applies Where Prospective Injunctive Relief Is Sought

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