The question is no longer whether your company should be involved with social media—it already is, whether you're leading or following. The skyrocketing popularity of these services is undeniab
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
...officer to search any area over which the probationer has control or access. Here, a probationer's girlfriend, appellant, lives with him in an apartment...
...the product is safe and will not...month from the American Association for Justice...chance in procedure. Access to Justice Concerns...
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National Law Journal
The question is no longer whether your company should be involved with social media — it already is, whether you're leading or following. The skyrocketing popularity of these services is undeni
...Appellants. Joseph D. Elford for Americans for Safe Access as Amicus Curiae on behalf of Defendants and Appellants....
The Daily Report
There are two kinds of attorneys on airplanes: those who view their time in the sky as a respite from communications and those who have memorized the entire list of approved electronic devices
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