Jim Butler and Mark Adams’ article, ‘The Shrinking Terms of Hotel Management Agreements’ was published by 4Hoteliers.
Jim Butler and Mark Adams’ article, “The shrinking terms of hotel management agreements,” was published by Jim Butler’s Hotel Law Blog, and was picked up by Hotel News Resource, Hotel Online and Hotel Executive.
Mark Adams contributed a chapter for the book, The Trial of a Federal Court Case, published by the Pennsylvania Bar Institute (2014). His chapter is titled, “Expert Testimony, a Trial Lawyer’s Checklist”.
by Mark Adams Download the PDF: Orange County Business Journal: Employers (and Employees) Beware: Defamatory statements on the internet can be actionable in a court of law Social media is big and getting bigger by the minute. Although this form of communication is new, the risk of defamation liability to employers and employees is as old […]
Bill Capps and Mark Adams’s article, “Good Deals Gone Bad: Fiduciary Liabilities in Mergers and Acquisitions,” was published in the Orange County Business Journal’s Mergers & Acquisitions supplement. To view a PDF of this article, click here. Good Deals Gone Bad: Fiduciary Liabilities in Mergers and Acquisitions By Mark S. Adams and William F. Capps Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell LLP The […]
The director’s friend: The business judgment rule By Mark Adams Reprinted with permission, Orange County Business Journal, August 27, 2012 A corporate director is entrusted to act for and on behalf of the corporation and its shareholders in managing the corporation’s affairs. A director assumes fiduciary duties and is expected to act with honesty, loyalty, […]
JMBM OC Litigation Newsletter Spring 2011 Expert Testimony: A Trial Lawyer’s Checklist How to ensure your expert is a gold mine, not a land mine Download the PDF: JMBM OC Litigation Newsletter–Expert Testimony Winning or losing your case can pivot on expert testimony. Experts can also have a huge impact on a settlement. So why […]