In this issue:

  • New Jersey Accountants Liability Act Does Not Bar Third-Party Claim for Fraud, Aiding and Abetting Fraud, or Civil Conspiracy
  • Non-Testifying Litigation Experts Who Wear Multiple Hats Risk Being Subject to Discovery
  • Promissory Note Issued by a Public Company as Consideration in an Asset Purchase May Not Be a Security under Federal Law
  • Proving the Reasonable Value of Personal Services
  • Trial Judges Have Broad Discretion to Adopt All or Some of an Expert’s Opinion
Source: Professional Services Liability Newsletter