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 April 2019 to July 2019.

Civil Justice Response Committee

* Alert: Deceptive Plaintiff Lawyer Advertising is Harmful to Public Health...and States are Taking Action by Mark Behrens and Ashley Garry (June 2019)

Corporate Counsel Committee

* From Flagship to Lifeboat: Bankruptcy in American Corporate Law by Joseph F. Speelman (May 2019)

Drug, Device and Biotechnology Committee

* The Scoop on the FDA's Updated Approach to the Dietary Supplement Market by Elizabeth L. Taylor and Lindsey M. Saad (May 2019)

* Alert: Deceptive Plaintiff Lawyer Advertising is Harmful to Public Health...and States are Taking Action by Mark Behrens and Ashley Garry (June 2019)

* An Update on Efforts to Create a Set of Rules for Multidistrict Litigation by Albert G. Bixler and Immon Shafiei (July 2019)

Employment Law Committee

* Employing Foreigners in Turkey by Dr. Döne Yalcin and Sinan Abra (May 2019)

Insurance and Reinsurance Committee

* Eleventh Circuit to Become Latest Circuit to Consider Whether Social Engineering Scams are Covered under Computer Fraud Provisions of Crime Policies by Eric R. Mull and Eric Retter (May 2019)

* The Quixotic Quest for Ambiguity in Insurance Contracts: Revisiting the Pollution Exclusion Clause by Harmon C. …

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