...highway and was dragged for 166 feet before landing on the other side, facing southbound traffic. "Mr. Hubbell offers no reason for...
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By definition, diversity means different. In law firms, depending on whom you ask, the term "diversity" may evoke contrary meanings. For some it means having good diversity statistics for marketing p
A federal judge admonished prosecutors in a case involving the contentious involvement of federal public defenders representing death-row inmates in state court proceedings
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...slip past in-house counsel new to handling them. These are blind-side risks. Let's take a moment — without laying any...
Originally Published: Texas Lawyer
The state Supreme Court has agreed to take up a case involving whether parental rights should be terminated under the state Adoption Act of 1980 when a pathological bond exists between a child and a
...Defense of Marriage Act. With hundreds of partisans on both sides parading and debating in front of the court on Tuesday and Wednesday...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
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