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Vice President Joe Biden became teary-eyed Friday as he recalled the impact Louis L. Redding, the first African-American admitted to the Delaware bar, had on his political career
Archer & Greiner has launched a government affairs subsidiary in Trenton, staffed by a half-dozen lobbyists with significant government backgrounds
Stephen P. Sonnenberg and Kelsey Van Wart of Paul Hastings write that an employer's quest to avoid workplace violence hardly seems controversial. Yet a variety of laws, administrative guidance and ca
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