Ed Poll, principal of LawBiz Management, writes: Increasingly, litigators look past the emotion of going to court and pursue alternative dispute resolution through arbitration or mediation. Doing so
...before the Court are two motions: (1) plaintiffs' motion for final approval of the class action settlement and approval of the plan of allocation...
...a complaint with the American Bar Association claiming, among other...a possible violation of ABA standards. Stuart Subotnick, chairman...
Thomas A. Dickerson and Jeffrey A. Cohen, associate justices of the Appellate Division, Second Department, discuss the Affordable Care Act's effect on coverage of autism, New York's recently enacted
Michael C. Lynch, a partner at Kelley Drye & Warren, writes that courts will continue to recognize that electronic service, whether it continues to be by email, or broadens to Facebook, Twitter, text
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