Tim unpacks the legal implications of the "rights of nature" doctrine, used in court by the Ojibwe and other indigenous groups, which posits that natural entities have legally enforceable rights.
Stephanie, Katie, and Jeremy showcase their drug and device litigation experience with a roadmap for the adoption of the learned intermediary doctrine in Wisconsin.
Judah details the role that state government has played in the question of what is and is not kosher.
Terri and Melissa share their expert advice on how mediation can play a powerful role in resolving disputes.
Peter Doely and Judah Druck advise commercial real estate attorneys on key factors to consider, particularly amid COVID, for maintaining robust property and liability insurance
Stephanie provides an overview of the potential legal claims and issues facing manufacturing companies as a result of the pandemic.
David Suchar co-wrote the insurance chapter for the decennial ABA volume.
Margo Brownell, Bryan Freeman, and Judah Druck wrote the Deskbook's chapter on liability insurance for directors and officers.
The article, based on a panel discussion Jon moderated, offers insightful perspectives about what is on tenants' minds as they consider their future office and business environments.
The article explores important questions companies should ask in the face of legal challenges involving interruptions to their business, commercial and residential leases and mortgages, and more.