Steven P. Caley


Articles:

  • Monday, February 1, 2010
    While the legal costs associated with complex litigation have always been of concern to corporate legal departments, the recent precarious state of the economy has certainly heightened those concerns. Fortunately, there are proven practices and approaches that can be utilized to control costs. This article summarizes a few of the more effective techniques,...
  • Thursday, June 1, 2006
    The term in pari delicto refers to a plaintiff's participation in the same wrongdoing as the defendant. In the bankruptcy context, the principle, also known as the Wagoner rule in the Second Circuit,1 is usually invoked by defendants seeking to bar a debtor corporation from asserting a claim against them for common law fraud, or aiding and abetting fraud,...