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    Does Disclosure Of Results Of Internal Investigation Constitute Subject Matter Waiver?

    Last Friday, I wrote about one of the docketed appeals in Wynn Resorts, Limited v. Eight Jud. Dist. Ct., 41 Nev. Adv. Op. 52 (2017).  Today's post concerns the other docketed appeal in that case.  This appeal addressed whether disclosure of an...

    Nevada Corporations, Louis Freeh, at issue, attorney-client privilege, Attorney-Client Privilege/Work Product, because of test, internal investigation, James W. Hardesty, Limited, waiver, work product doctrine, Wynn Resorts

    Can Usury Ever Be Waived?

    California courts have defined "usury" as "the exacting, taking or receiving of a greater rate than is allowed by law, for the use or loan of money." Ross v. Wheeler 140 Cal. App. 217, 222 (1934).  The California Constitution sets the maximum rate...

    forbearance, Hardwick v. Wilcox, loan, usury, California Sui Generis, Ignazio Ruvolo, interest, public policy, usurious, waiver

    Enforceability Of Exclusive Forum Bylaw May Hinge On The Meaning Of "May"

    No California appellate court has yet addressed the validity of forum selection bylaws in a published decision.  When the question comes before a California appellate court, the outcome may turn on the meaning of "may" in California Corporations...

    Section 3513, Bylaw, Choice of Law/Conflict of Law, Civil Code, Corporations Code, exclusive forum, liability of director, Section 2116, waiver

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