Advocacy News

ACC and ACC Chicago File Amicus in Illinois Supreme Court Over Privilege Waiver Issue

Jan 26, 2012 - ACC argues decision in Illinois appellate court incorrectly expands the subject matter waiver doctrine.

ACC Comments To Hawaii Supreme Court on Proposed MJP Rules for In-House Counsel

Nov 2, 2011 - While supporting the majority of proposed rules on practice, ACC makes recommendations on in-house counsel practice before tribunals and expanding on pro bono services they can deliver.

ACC & Iowa Chapter Comment on Proposed Registration Rules for In-House Counsel

Oct 14, 2011 - Asked to comment by the Iowa Supreme Court, ACC and its Iowa Chapter requested a few revisions to proposed registration rule reforms affecting in-house attorneys with out of state licenses.

ACC & Employment and Labor Law Committee Comments on LMRDA “Advice” Exemption

Sep 27, 2011 - In a submission to the U.S. Department of Labor, ACC and its committee argues a proposed reinterpretation of the LMRDA’s “Advice” exemption undermines attorney-client privilege.

ACC Files Amicus in Wells Fargo v. US to Protect Work Product Doctrine

Jul 8, 2011 - ACC argues in Minnesota U.S. District Court that an IRS summons for workpapers threatens the work product privilege.


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