September 2023: In private arbitration, David Millstein and Gerald Richelson successfully obtained and defended a valuation of a minority shareholder interest in Hundred Acre Wine Estates of $4.23 million from a valuation panel per Cal. Corp. Code. Section 17707.03.
November 18, 2023, David Millstein addresses the House of Delegates of the California Society Anesthesiologists at its annual meeting on the Corporate Practice of Medicine and related issues.
November 15, 2023, The Daily Journal. Representation of Intraclient Conflicts Can Raise Thorny Ethics Issues.
October 26, 2023, San Mateo County Bar Association. Legal Malpractice Post Covid Primer for Lawyers.
June 19, 2023, The Daily Journal. Piercing of attorney-client privileges could lift the veil in Trump case. Evidence from Trump’s lawyer in the classified documents and obstruction case may prove critical to prosecutors if admitted to the jury.
June 15, 2023, New York Times. The Times quoted David Millstein in the article “The Moral Crisis of American Doctors” regarding the landmark suit, the Academy of Emergency Medicine vs. Envision Healthcare, being prosecuted by MFLLP.
May 12, 2023, KFF Health News. Envision Healthcare announced Monday it has filed for bankruptcy protection, but a group of emergency physicians vows to continue a federal lawsuit that claims the private equity-backed company is violating California’s ban on corporate control of medical practices.
May 8, 2023, New York Times. Large health insurers and other companies are especially keen on doctors’ groups that care for patients in private Medicare plans.
March 27, 2023, The Daily Journal. Co-authored an article concerning the criminal fraud exception to attorney-client privilege.
November 7, 2022, San Francisco Business Times. The Superior Court for the City and County of San Francisco dismissed after trial, a seven year old suit alleging that the Academy of Art violated the San Francisco Rental Ordinance by housing students in dormitories. The claim was for over $30 million dollars.