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The world of directors’ and officers’ liability is always dynamic, but 2017 was a particularly eventful year in the D&O liability arena. The year’s many developments have significant implications for what may lie ahead in 2018 – and possibly for years to come. I have...

The petition of the day is: Tein v. Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida 17-702 Issue: Whether the judicial doctrine of tribal sovereign immunity bars civil claims against an Indian tribe based on intentional torts and criminal conduct that occurred off-reservation against non-members of the tribe. The post Petition...

Erwin Chemerinsky is a left-of-center legal scholar and prolific author who is now Dean of the University of California’s Berkeley School of Hall, formerly known as Boalt Hall (named after a prominent 19th century attorney, John Henry Boalt, whose widow funded construction of the school’s...