More with McGlinchey

More with McGlinchey

Welcome to More with McGlinchey, where we dive into the current issues and legal trends impacting your business. As always, we're glad you're with us. Through this podcast, our lawyers will provide you with news and updates to answer your questions and equip you to make decisions in real-time. You are the reason we launched More with McGlinchey. We want you to know you can rely on all of us to be here for you --- now and in the future. If you have a question or would like to propose a topic, we would love to hear from you at podcast@mcglinchey.com. For additional resources on these topics, please visit us at mcglinchey.com. Thanks for listening.... Show More

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September 2, 2020 12 min

In the second installment of More with McGlinchey’s series on personal jurisdiction, Rasch Brown, Gary Hebert, and Brian LeCompte discuss the potentially groundbreaking Ford cases pending before the U.S. Supreme Court. Given recent Court precedent, is personal jurisdiction forever changed? How far will the Court go on this? This episode presents the Ford cases in some detail, discusses potential outcomes, and closes with commentary...

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August 20, 2020 10 min

Workplace theft can run the gamut from office supplies to petty cash to trade secrets. In this episode of “More with McGlinchey,” Labor and Employment attorney Camille Bryant and Dan Plunkett of the Commercial Litigation and White Collar groups discuss assessing what was stolen, investigating internally or with law enforcement, preparing for litigation, and setting the tone to prevent workplace theft.

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Whether they’re federal, state, or local, when agents knock on your door with a search warrant, you've already had a bad day. With a few simple tips, you can keep it from getting worse.

In this episode of “More with McGlinchey,” members and co-chairs of the White Collar practice group, Bob Driscoll and Dan Plunkett, discuss what you should and shouldn’t say to agents, managing employees and media, and avoiding obstruction of ju...

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Under the CARES Act, borrowers must be affected by COVID-19 and receive an “accommodation” for their creditors to be subject to new FCRA reporting obligations. However, the CARES Act does not explain how the consumer needs to have been affected, nor is it expressly limited to accommodations provided because of the impact of COVID-19. Therefore, creditors must be careful when determining not only how to report accommodations (such a...

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How is it that in 2020, we are still discussing personal jurisdiction? Wasn't this decided in the last century? What has changed? These questions have become increasingly relevant following sea change decisions in Goodyear, Daimler, and Bristol Myers.

In this episode, McGlinchey Stafford members Rasch Brown, Gary Hebert, and Brian LeCompte discuss these questions and more as we await what promises to be a landmark ruling in a ...

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During the Coronavirus, it’s been fun working from home, but many are returning to the trenches.

One of the issues we need to take a look at is employee benefits.

In this episode, McGlinchey Stafford Labor & Employment team members Kathy Conklin and Rasch Brown go into detail about employee benefits and work status, furloughs and leaves of absence, terminations, ability to pay premiums, employer mandates, matching programs, ret...

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Confidentiality is fundamental to the client-lawyer relationship. It encourages candid communication between client and lawyer and assists the lawyer in more effectively representing the client.

In this episode, McGlinchey Stafford General Counsel, Christine Lipsey, discusses that, in the age of Coronavirus and work from home, there are additional factors for lawyers to consider. We all need to be especially sensitive to maintainin...

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Government employees can find themselves in the middle of investigations and want to protect themselves. There’s no need to make this road any tougher than it has to be.

In this episode, McGlinchey Stafford partners and co-chairs of the White Collar practice group, Bob Driscoll and Dan Plunkett, discuss what government employees should do when they come under investigation and share three steps that can be taken to minimize headach...

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