Articles by Mark Rosencrantz

NEW YORK COURT HOLDS GENERAL COUNSEL WAIVED ATTORNEY-CLIENT PRIVILEGE BY NOT MAINTAINING ACTIVE BAR STATUS

Date: October 5th, 2010
Categories: Corporate Law

One of the most important tools executives have to investigate potential legal issues is the ability to speak openly with in-house company lawyers without fear such conversations will become public. It is reasonable for executives to think conversations with in-house counsel are always protected by … Read More »

COURT RULES AGAINST MORE RED TAPE FOR FRANCHISE REGISTRATIONS

Date: August 17th, 2010

Anyone who wants to sell a franchise in Washington needs to make sure the franchise offering has been reviewed and approved by the State, and all necessary information is disclosed to buyers. Washington franchise law is now much clearer about how subfranchisors can rely on … Read More »