What are the benefits of joining a committee?
Network with your peers via online forum discussions!
Participate in monthly webcasts!
Download the latest relevant resources!
You have the potential to impact your profession.
Announcements Litigation Committtee Benefits
Whether you are responsible for litigation management or are an in-house litigator, work in a small or large law department, spend all of your time immersed in litigation matters or only handle a few lawsuits a year, the Litigation Committee is committed to identifying and providing you the resources and support that you need to do your job more effectively while also creating opportunities for our members to exchange ideas with other professionals with similar interests and needs. The benefits to joining the Litigation Committee are invaluable and include:
Network and connect with 5,000+ Litigation Committee peers across the U.S and around the world via online forum discussions
Participate in monthly Legal Quick Hit discussions and webcasts that qualify for CLE credits
Download the latest relevant resources that will help you in your daily practice
Learn from industry experts and peers about the latest developments in the area of litigation that impact your practice and clients
Take advantage of the global forum to analyze and discuss recent cases, laws and regulatory actions relevant to your practice
Share forms, checklists, practice tips and policies on key litigation-related topics
Learn about ACC leadership and speaking opportunities
Grow your knowledge while accelerating your career
We invite you to join the Litigation Committee and to take advantage of the many resources and opportunities that the Committee strives to provide you through your ACC membership.
Data collection from minors in call centers
Passaic Co. (NJ) Special Civil Part
Supplier won't return tooling
Inter-company agreement addressing ownership of attorney-client privilege
Product Liability Counselling Presentations (to Employees)
Upcoming ACC Webcast: Are You Appealing? How to Make Your Case More Attractive to an Appellate Court
Supercomputers and litigation
Committee Developed Resources
This sample policy lists a series of law firm cybersecurity obligations that companies and their in-house counsel may consider requiring from outside counsel.
Wisdom of the Crowd
This Wisdom of the Crowd was compiled from the questions and responses posted on the Litigation eGroup addresses whether lost profits are direct or indirect damages and, if direct, what are the appropriate ...
This document is a sample cease and desist letter in response to the harassment of company employees by outside parties.
This document is a sample mutual confidentiality and non-disclosure agreement.
This document is a document verification template, in which an officer or person with knowledge verifies that the statements in a pleading (such as a complaint or answer) is true based on their knowledge, ...
Data breaches and cyberattacks threaten every company's brand, and bottom line. This resource offers key tips on what the technology means and how to ensure your company is taking the proper actions ...
This questionnaire and guide to law firm cybersecurity has been prepared to assist corporate counsel in thinking about the key issues and addressing them with outside counsel.
Sponsored by Morrison & Foerster LLP
This top ten presents key issues to consider in order to manage risk through contract provisions, such as limitation of liability, indemnity, termination of rights, change of control and assignment ...