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New rules pressure companies to take responsibility for their supply chains
By many measures, women lawyers have made great progress over the past several decades. Increasing numbers of women lawyers are reaching the highest pinnacles of the profession
A good defendant can be hard to find. This is especially true in the Internet age where wrongdoers hide behind international boundaries, proxy servers in remote locations, and vague online identities
... THIS WEEK May 30 American Bar Association: "Social Media Law and Order: Effective and Ethical Use...
As part of its 170th anniversary, The Legal for the first time awarded some of Pennsylvania's most influential attorneys with Lifetime Achievement Awards. Each honoree was asked to provide a brief qu
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...years, but Duncan's difficulties have been exacerbated by its lack of ABA accreditation. The ABA in late 2011 denied its initial accreditation bid, prompting...
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Recently enacted federal and state rules, along with some very public pressure, are making U.S. companies take a closer look at how they manage their international supply chains
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