Matt Kaiser and Stephen Gilson Contribute to New Book, The Legal Privilege (Un)covered

With a focus on discussing privilege in different legal systems across the world, The Legal Privilege (Un)covered, includes a chapter authored by Kaiser PLLC’s Matt Kaiser and Steve Gilson. Titled “Attorney Client Privilege in the United States,” Matt and Steve discuss in the chapter the elements of attorney-client privilege in the US, how the privilege […]

January 17, 2024

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Matt Kaiser and Bill Zapf Review Questions General Counsels Should Ask Before Suing Their Lawyers for Malpractice for Legal Dive Magazine

Kaiser Partners Matt Kaiser and Bill Zapf have authored an article for Legal Dive Magazine, “Should You Sue Your Lawyer for Malpractice? Four Questions to Ask.” In the article, Matt and Bill review the questions in-house counsel should discuss with malpractice counsel if they are considering suing their lawyers. As Matt and Bill review, a […]

January 9, 2024

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Courtney Forrest Wins Reversal of Client’s Conviction in Fourth Circuit Appeal

On January 3, the Fourth Circuit handed a victory to Kaiser PLLC client Laura Gallagher, overturning her convictions. Laura hired Kaiser after she was convicted in the Eastern District of Virginia for making false statements in support of her then-husband’s naturalization application. Kaiser partner Courtney Forrest argued the appeal and was the primary author of […]

January 4, 2024

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In a Case Brought by Kaiser PLLC, the DC Circuit Finds Trump Is Not Immune from Civil Suit Over January 6

In Swalwell v. Trump, a case brought by Kaiser PLLC and its friends at CalebAndonian, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit upheld a trial court and held that former President Donald Trump is not immune from civil liability for his role in the insurrection on January 6. The case was brought by […]

December 27, 2023

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