Defense Counsel Journal explores trending topics

Remote trial appearances, mediation in Mexico, and the use of independent taint teams to protect attorney-client privilege are topics covered in the latest edition of the Defense Counsel Journal (DCJ), published by the International Association of Defense Counsel (IADC).

The IADC's third-quarter 2022 DCJ is available for free and without a subscription via the IADC's website at

Frequently and favorably cited by courts and other legal scholarship, the DCJ is a quarterly forum for topical and scholarly writings on the law, including its development and reform, as well as on the practice of law in general.

DCJ articles are written by members of the IADC, which is a 2,500-member, invitation-only, worldwide organization that serves its members and their clients, as well as the civil justice system and the legal profession.

Some of the articles include:

• Out-of-State Witnesses: Are Zoom Trial Appearances a New Normal?
• The Historical Roots of Mediation in Mexico
• Using Independent Taint Teams to Better Protect Attorney-Client Privilege

The IADC is an invitation-only global legal organization for attorneys who represent corporate and insurance interests. Founded in 1920, the IADC has members who hail from six continents, 49 countries and territories, and all 50 U.S. states.

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