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Reducing Litigation Risks While Doing Business Abroad: Hypotheticals (4 pp) (relevancy score: 100%)

by Daniel Nardello Jeffrey L. Nagel Sander Bak
from Reducing Litigation Risks While Doing Business Abroad (December 21, 2010)

After examining different options, Casey is introduced through an outside business advisor to Wally Wong, the head of Wong Computing, located in Shanghai, China. Casey becomes interested is entering into a joint-venture with Wong Computing whereby it would help to manufacture and then sell parts under the CompuCare name. #1585227 v1 099998-00006 3 Scenario 2: Doing Business Abroad A couple of months after closing the joint-venture transaction, Wally Wong meets with the head of technology ...

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Basic Risk Assessment (4 pp) (relevancy score: 100%)

by Jeffrey L. Nagel
from Reducing Litigation Risks While Doing Business Abroad (December 21, 2010)

6 Doing Business Abroad: Basic Risk Assessment Jeffrey L. Nagel, Gibbons P.C. © 2010 Doing business abroad brings with it a set of inherent business risks. Basic business risk assessment begins with an understanding of: (1) country-specific, (2) industry-specific, and (3) individual-specific information. Monitoring can take many forms, but will often include: Management compliance statements as well as third-party compliance certifications Electronic monitoring - e-mail, phone, etc. Audits ...

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Pre-Transaction Due Diligence (4 pp) (relevancy score: 100%)

by Daniel Nardello
from Reducing Litigation Risks While Doing Business Abroad (December 21, 2010)

10 12/16/2010 Reducing Litigation Risks While Doing Business Abroad: PreTransaction Due Diligence Dan Nardello, Nardello & Co. LLC © 2010 Pretransaction due diligence is an essential step in mitigating the risks of doing business abroad. Some of the benefits of thoroughly investigating potential partners in foreign jurisdictions include: Ensuring the integrity of overseas business operations and compliance with US and foreign law Evaluating the need for new compliance and monitoring ...

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Second Circuit Rejects Corporate Liability Under the Alien Tort Statute (6 pp) (relevancy score: 100%)

by Sander Bak
from Reducing Litigation Risks While Doing Business Abroad (December 21, 2010)

customary international law has steadfastly rejected the notion of corporate liability for international crimes." 14 Judge Cabranes then embarked upon an exhaustive analysis of international law from established sources,15 including international tribunals, international treaties, and the work of legal scholars and jurists. An appeal is likely to À rst debate the question of whether international or domestic law should govern jurisdiction under the ATS, and then argue that domestic law ...

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Private Investigators: An asset, not a liability (4 pp) (relevancy score: 100%)

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from Reducing Litigation Risks While Doing Business Abroad (December 21, 2010)

Sometimes news coverage leaves the London +44 (0) 207 079 5900 · New York +1 212 537 5300 · Washington +1 202 393 9030 impression that investigators, left to their own www.nardelloandco.com ALI-ABA 09/07/2010 STATE MCLE CONTACTS Alabama Delaware Indiana Minnesota Ms. Angela Parks Ms. Margot Millar Ms. Julie Orzeske Ms. Liz Vanderbeek Director of Regulatory Programs Executive Director Executive Director CLE Administrator Alabama State Bar Commission on CLE of the Supreme Indiana Supreme Court ...

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The Questionable Prosecutor: A Primer On Remedies (4 pp) (relevancy score: 100%)

by James Ching
from the The Practical Litigator Vol. 22 No. 1

· The defendant did not possess the evidence and Even if a Brady issue can be brought before could not have obtained it with reasonable dili- the trial court, the remedy is seldom dismissal. 12 | The Practical Litigator January 2011 The U.S. Supreme Court has assumed that Brady Thus, post-conviction remedies are all pretty violations that have affected the judgment of a jury weak beer. Moreover, a court has the power to dismiss criminal Unseen misconduct awaits exploration on habeas charges...

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Internal Investigations And Other Tools (14 pp) (relevancy score: 100%)

by Michael E. Clark and David L. Douglass
from the The Practical Litigator Vol. 22 No. 1

"A corporation's response to the government's request for waiver of privilege for Category I information may be considered in determining whether a corporation has cooperated in the government's investiga-tion. Prosecutors may always favorably consider a corporation's acquiescence to the government's waiver request in determining whether a corporation has cooperated in the government's investigation. Internal Investigations | 21 4. the Role of Corporate Counsel Critically, corporate counsel...

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What Are The Implications Of Kiobel v. Royal Dutch Petroleum? (6 pp) (relevancy score: 100%)

by Michael C. Lynch and Lystra Batchoo
from the The Practical Litigator Vol. 22 No. 1

The Sosa Court did not decide -- and the First, the court concluded that in ATS suits al- Supreme Court has not subsequently decided -- leging violations of the law of nations, the scope of whether corporations could be held liable under the liability is determined by customary international ATS. Few der the ATS, corporations could be faced with new federal courts, including the Supreme Court, have and creative methods by plaintiffs' attorneys to still weighed in on corporate liability under...

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Electronic Discovery In The Criminal Context - Slide Presentation (22 pp) (relevancy score: 100%)

by The Hon. Ronald J. Hedges John Haried Justin P. Murphy Kenneth J. Withers, Esquire Sean Broderick
from Electronic Information: The Investigation, Prosecution and Defense of Crimes (December 2, 2010)

3 c tic je rv th n io te F a 7 b e re . S o a O G F re M U N m ­ 10 9 d le e g th in le g rm zz ilin te u cn "in re ) . . . t to rc re a m le a in e g t a t in a s th e te h s c s re e n in le ts io a p (9 e d t th ls ld o e f e a 1 ro a u le tra th tric tly b n in s o 9 c ria o th a is "th rig is m o a p s s n n g te a th h h g r " ' g s n s 5 e te ts s g le a D d a o o d a le re m n e u o ffe .

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Electronic Discovery In The Criminal Context “Representative Decisions” (48 pp) (relevancy score: 100%)

by The Hon. Ronald J. Hedges John Haried Justin P. Murphy Kenneth J. Withers, Esquire Sean Broderick
from Electronic Information: The Investigation, Prosecution and Defense of Crimes (December 2, 2010)

WORDS AND PHRASES: FOURTH AMENDMENT, SEARCH WARRANT, SCOPE OF SEARCH United States v. Beckett, 2010 WL 776049 (11th Cir. WORDS AND PHRASES: ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS PRIVACY ACT, SEARCH WARRANT, SCOPE OF WARRANT United States v. Borowy, 2010 WL 537501 (9th Cir. WORDS AND PHRASES: PROBABLE CAUSE, REASONABLE EXPECTATION OF PRIVACY, SEARCH WARRANT United States v. Christie, No.

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E-Discovery in Criminal Matters – Emerging Trends & the Influence of Civil Litigation Principles Post-Indictment E-Discovery Jurisprudence (12 pp) (relevancy score: 100%)

by Justin P. Murphy
from Electronic Information: The Investigation, Prosecution and Defense of Crimes (December 2, 2010)

This article will address the influence of established civil litigationprinciples on criminal matters, how courts manage what can often be governmentintransigence toward defendants' discovery rights and requests related to ElectronicallyStored Information ("ESI"), and suggests civil litigation principles that may eventuallyimpact criminal defendants. P. 34(a) indicate that federal rules take an "expansive approach toward discovery of ESI and that discovery of [ESI] stands on equal footing ...

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Official Transcript, Electronic Information in Criminal Actions, Presented by The United States District Court for the District of New Jersey In association with The Sedona Conference Monday, June 14, 2010 (174 pp) (relevancy score: 100%)

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from Electronic Information: The Investigation, Prosecution and Defense of Crimes (December 2, 2010)

8 This program should be considered for 9 criminal practitioners and federal judges sitting on 13:13 10 criminal cases the serious question of how the 11 electronic information explosion has transformed the 12 American legal system in the area of criminal law. 8 Today the Sedona Conference has 9 brought together a panel national experts on 13:14 10 electronic information in criminal actions.

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Criminal Cases (12 pp) (relevancy score: 100%)

by The Hon. Ronald J. Hedges
from Electronic Information: The Investigation, Prosecution and Defense of Crimes (December 2, 2010)

Here, the court declined to suppress evidence of child pornography seized from a computer pursuant to a search warrant. Accepting the district court's findings of fact that the officer was searching for evidence of voyeurism, the Court of Appeals rejected the appeal. The Government then secured a search warrant for the defendant's residence to search for evidence of drug manufacturing.

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Investigations and Prosecutions Involving Electronically Stored Information (12 pp) (relevancy score: 100%)

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from Electronic Information: The Investigation, Prosecution and Defense of Crimes (December 2, 2010)

In fact, the receiving and Use of Metadata), the ABA concluded that the lawyer has an affirmative obligation to consult rules "generally permit" a recipient lawyer to the sending lawyer to determine whether to return review and use such inadvertently sent information or destroy the document. 341 (no date given) (discussing documents received from opposing counsel, so Review and Use of Metadata in Electronic long as the recipient lawyer promptly notifies the Documents), available at...

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CJA Panel Attorney Resources: A Guide to Litigation Support Software & How to Obtain Resources in the CJA System (26 pp) (relevancy score: 100%)

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from Electronic Information: The Investigation, Prosecution and Defense of Crimes (December 2, 2010)

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Federal Court Decisions Involving Electronic Discovery, January 1, 2009 – September 30, 2010 (90 pp) (relevancy score: 100%)

by Kenneth J. Withers, Esquire
from Electronic Information: The Investigation, Prosecution and Defense of Crimes (December 2, 2010)

The court ruled that monetary sanctions were appropriate and ordered the plaintiffs and their counsel to reimburse the defendant its half of the cost of the certified computer forensic technician the parties jointly retained to search the plaintiffs' systems. First, the defendant requested the production of ESI in September, but the plaintiff, as the court noted, "stonewalled" the defendant for several months. The plaintiff also sought detailed discovery of the defendant's computer system, ...

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Some Practical Considerations for Navigating the False Patent Marking Minefield (10 pp) (relevancy score: 100%)

by Peter M. Midgley, Esquire
from False Patent Marking: Crafting Your Defense as the Law Evolves (October 27, 2010)

64 SOME PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR NAVIGATING THE FALSE PATENT MARKING MINEFIELD by Peter M. Midgley1 In view of the recent onslaught of false patent marking cases filed under 35 U.S.C. § 292, many companies are being forced to reconsider their existing patent marking policies and procedures. The following article outlines several practical issues to consider when evaluating current patent marking policies and creating new patent marking strategies. Selecting Patent Marking Notice ...

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Select 2010 N.D. Illinois False Patent Marking Opinions and Orders (12 pp) (relevancy score: 100%)

by R. David Donoghue
from False Patent Marking: Crafting Your Defense as the Law Evolves (October 27, 2010)

2 SELECT 2010 N.D. ILLINOIS FALSE PATENT MARKING OPINIONS AND ORDERS by R. David Donoghue1 False Marking Case Dismissed With Prejudice for Failure to Plead Intent McNamara v. Natural Organics, Inc. (N.D. Ill. Aug. 27, 2010) (Lindberg, Sen. J.). Judge Lindberg denied defendant Irwin Industrial Tool's ("Irwin") motion to dismiss plaintiff Simonian's false patent marking case. And in Solo Cup, the Federal Circuit held that marking with an expired patent could constitute false patent ...

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Recent Cases Relating to False Patent Marking (52 pp) (relevancy score: 100%)

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from False Patent Marking: Crafting Your Defense as the Law Evolves (October 27, 2010)

After a bench trial, the district court found that the Forest Group, Inc. (Forest) falsely marked its stilts with intent to deceive the public, and the district court fined Forest $500 for a single decision to falsely mark. The district court found that Forest falsely marked its S2 stilts with its '515 patent number after November 15, 2007 and assessed Forest a $500 fine for a single offense of false marking.2 The district court found that Forest had the requisite knowledge that its S2 stilt...

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Memorandum Opinion and Order in the matter of U.S. v. Ray Westall Operating, Inc. (D.N.M. February 25, 2009) (handout) (16 pp) (relevancy score: 100%)

by Ronald J. Tenpas, Esquire
from Criminal Enforcement of Environmental Laws (September 23, 2010)

182 Issue on Appeal The Magistrate Judge found Defendant guilty of taking migratory birds in violation of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act. While the treaty allows for limited hunting seasons for some migratory game birds, it provides for continuous close hunting seasons for other migratory game birds, migratory insectivorous birds, and migratory nongame birds. There is no language in the MBTA expressly extending the prohibition against killing migratory birds to acts or omissions that are not...

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