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March 1, 2021

On our new Mintz Direct page, Mintz thought leaders across industries and practice areas offer timely insights on developments that impact our clients and communities. Visit the Mintz Direct page to hear what our experienced attorneys and professionals are saying about what’s happening now.
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Mintz Member and Chair of the firm's Technology, Communications and & Media Practice Tara M. Corvo was selected to participate in Law360’s 2021 Telecommunications Editorial Advisory Board, which is a designated group of attorneys that provide feedback on the publication’s telecommunications news coverage and insights on how best to shape future coverage.
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Kim V. Marrkand, Mintz Member and Founder and Co-Chair of the firm’s Insurance Practice, authored an article published in April 2021 by the Tort, Trial & Insurance Practice Law Journal, a publication of the American Bar Association’s Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section, that examined Section 12 of the American Law Institute’s Restatement of the Law, Liability Insurance, titled “Liability of Insurer for Conduct of Defense”, wherein Ms. Marrkand shows that Section 12 “invents wholly new rules and a cause of action without either the support of existing case law or compelling policy rationale.” Mintz Associates Mathilda McGee-Tubb and Clare Prober provided significant contributions to the article.
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Mintz Member Jennifer B. Rubin was quoted extensively in an article published by Law360’s Employment Authority that examined four wage and hour mistakes even smart employers make, especially in the midst of the coronavirus crisis, including not staying on top of employees’ remote work locations, job responsibilities, and more.