Gerald E. Burns’ article was published in the Summer 2013 Newsletter of the ABA Business Torts Litigation Committee. Titled “Admissibility of Settlement-Related Evidence at Trial,” his article discusses the circumstance under which settlement-related communications may be admitted into evidence.

In the article, Jerry suggests multiple ways a practitioner can protect settlement-related evidence from being admitted and answers the question as to whether there is a “Settlement Privilege” for discovery purposes. 

Read the full article – “Admissibility of Settlement-Related Evidence at Trial” (ABA Business Torts Litigation Section, Summer 2013)