ABI Editor at Large Bill Rochelle discusses the Jevic decision with David Kuney, senior counsel with Whiteford Taylor Preston LLP and counsel of record for an amicus brief by law professors in support of the respondents; Prof. Jonathan Lipson, Professor of Law at Temple University School of Law, and counsel of record for an amicus brief by law professors in support of the petitioners; and Professor Andrew B. Dawson, Robert M. Zinman ABI Resident Scholar for the spring 2017 term.
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