IADC Committee Newsletters

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IADC Committee Newsletters


The IADC boasts more than 25 Committees through which members network, expand and build skills, and further the objectives of the defense bar and business community. IADC Committees publish newsletters monthly, and below are the newsletters that were published from May 2017 through September 2017.

Appellate Practice Committee

Business Litigation Committee

Corporate Counsel Committee

* What Next Rough Beast....The Second Coming of Nuisance Law Litigation by Joseph F Speelman (September 2017)

Cyber Security, Data Privacy and Technology Committee

* Def Con Hacker Conference: An Accidental Tourist's Observations by Elizabeth S. Fitch (August 2017)

Diversity Committee

* Clarity on the Horizon? Another Appeals Court Grants En Banc Review of Sexual Orientation Discrimination under Title VII by Eve B. Masinter and Rachael M. Coe (June 2017)

Employment Law Committee

* Clarity on the Horizon? Another Appeals Court Grants En Banc Review of Sexual Orientation Discrimination under Title VII by Eve B. Masinter and Rachael M. Coe (June 2017)

Insurance and Reinsurance Committee

Insurance Executives

* The Rise of Autonomous Vehicle Technology Means that Insurance Companies Need to Become Just as Innovative in their Product Development by David J. Rosenberg (August 2017)

Intellectual Property Committee

* What Is a Patent? The Constitutionality of Claim Invalidation in Inter Partes Review and ITC Proceedings by Joseph Kovarik and Tyler Boschert (June 2017)

* Supreme Court Confirms First Amendment Protection of Trademarks by Neville H. …

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