• 04.01.18

    America’s Opioid Crisis

    "The nation’s opioid epidemic claimed more than 42,000 lives in 2016, and experts fear it will get worse before it gets better. What can be done to combat this multifaceted threat to public health? This article looks at how the crisis began, reviews how four sectors have responded and ...

  • 02.01.18

    The National Opioid Epidemic: The Emergence of a Multi-Layered Approach

    On Oct. 26, 2017, Eric D. Hargan, acting secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services, announced that, as a result of the opioid epidemic, “a public health emergency exists nationwide.” According to the CDC, from 1999 to 2016, more than 200,000 people died in the United ...

  • 03.12.14

    Document Retention Guidance For Parties In Arbitration

    This is the third and final installment of our series on the legal obligation to preserve digital evidence for discovery in the arbitration context. Part one outlined the inherent tension between arbitration and litigation with respect to the rules for evidence retention. Part two provided a ...

  • 02.12.14

    The Bodies and Cases That Have Framed E-Discovery Precedent in Arbitration

    This is part two of our three-part series on the legal obligation to preserve digital evidence for discovery in the arbitration context. Part one outlined the inherent tension between arbitration, with its emphasis on efficient dispute resolution, and litigation, which has developed ever-more ...

  • 01.06.14

    Arbitration and What It Means For Document Preservation

    Before inking the contract, you did everything a general counsel should do: You got a good handle on the relationship between your company and the other party, you consulted with outside counsel about traditional and alternative dispute resolution mechanisms, and you asked the appropriate division ...