...how to value contaminated property. Appeal of Harley-Davidson Motor, No. 159 C.D. 2013 (Pa. Commw. Ct. Oct. 30, 2013), is a tax case...
Bob's client sold a portion of its business to Rabbit Corp. At Bob's urging, the client agreed to arbitrate any claims arising out of the sales agreement. A claim arose shortly after the sale
Part I of this article addressed the process by which an adult undocumented individual can achieve citizenship under SB 744, the Senate comprehensive immigration bill
...Matter of the Estate of Neller...
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
Investors who lost their life savings at the hands of Bernard Madoff can't sue over the Securities & Exchange Commission's failure to earlier uncover his multi-billion dollar Ponzi scheme, the larges
Originally Published: New Jersey Law Journal
Most people today are familiar with social media and millions regularly use it. As usage has grown vertiginously in the last few years, issues regarding social media and e-discovery have, naturally,
...complaint.Defendants relied on Joseph v. North Whitehall, No. 1500 C.D. 2009 (Pa. Commw. Dec. 21, 2009), an unpublished decision in which...
...parties here originated in Stilwell Dev. Inc. v. Chen, 1989 WL 418783 (C.D. Cal. April 25, 1989), addressing a claim for attorney fees under...
Bob may be interested in the theoretical issues of the law. His clients? They want results. But they do not want to pay a bundle to get those results
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