Bob has had it with adversaries who act in bad faith in court-ordered mediation and get away with it. Last week, Bob and his client went to a court-ordered mediation session. Bob's client, the plaint
You've graduated law school, passed the bar and are raring and ready to go into practice. Unfortunately, the job market has not been kind to its newest members. Recent statistics show that only about
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...Cherin & Mellott in Pittsburgh as a member from Thorp Reed & Armstrong, where he had been chair of the commercial and corporate litigation group...
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The business case for diversity in the legal profession is made often, but very few in-house counsel and corporate general counsel have actually fired outside law firms or reduced the work given to l
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