The Hon. Elizabeth Feffer and Everett L. Green will discuss the alter ego doctrine and the appropriate and inappropriate uses of the doctrine, pleading requirements, and strategies to minimize the risk of alter ego liability.
The panel will discuss compelling damage models in business cases. Attention will be given to limitations of damages, evidentiary issues, pre-trial motions, expert testimony, strategic and tactical decision-making, and contract drafting techniques.
Litigation financing is being used by attorneys, bankruptcy trustees, and debtors to address the financial challenges associated with insolvency litigation & reorganizations.
This program will explore the ethical responsibilities of attorneys working in a law firm. Topics include; properly maintaining a system to run conflict checks; the types of things to check for; imputation of conflicts of interest; effective ethical screens; use of contract lawyers; multijurisdictional practices; lawyers performing non-legal functions; and supervision.
This seminar will focus around a case study of a complex accounting dispute in which a voluminous amount of documents required extensive discovery and review for the important content. The session will next focus on suggestions for organizing the relevant documents for a concise and understandable presentation at a trial.