The American Law Institute is proud to announce the launch of Reasonably Speaking, our new podcast featuring conversations with experts on some of the most important legal topics of our time. The first two episodes are available now.
In the first episode, Protecting Individual Liberties: Recognizing the Value ...Continue Reading
In resolving a discovery dispute in a case involving alleged mismanagement at two Pittsburgh nonprofits, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court held that § 7.13(e) of ALI’s Principles of Corporate Governance: Analysis and Recommendations provided an appropriate framework for determining, in a corporate derivative action, who holds the ...Continue Reading
An article in The Washington Post highlights the uniquely ironic story of a Jamaican-based telephone scam that happened to target none other than former director of the FBI and the CIA, William H. Webster. Mr. Webster is the only person to ever hold both jobs, and perhaps the ...Continue Reading
Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar of the Supreme Court of California has been elected as a member of the Harvard Corporation. He and Timothy R. Barakett will assume their roles on July 1, 2019.
Justice Cuéllar currently serves on the Supreme Court of California and was previously a longtime leading member ...Continue Reading
John G. Levi, chairman of the board of directors of the Legal Services Corp. (LSC) and partner at Sidley Austin, recently co-authored an article with Robert Malionek of Latham & Watkins for Law360 entitled “Civil Legal Aid’s Essential Role in Wildfire Response.” The article details the devastating ...Continue Reading
Sharon K. Sandeen, of Mitchell Hamline School of Law, has been awarded the Fulbright-Hanken Distinguished Chair in Business and Economics for 2019-20, sponsored by the Fulbright Finland Commission. Her host institution is the Hanken School of Economics, Department of Accounting and Commercial Law, located in Helsinki, Finland.
Professor ...Continue Reading