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In 2009, the American College of Trial Lawyers published a report by a task force on discovery. The overall conclusion was that discovery was destroying the civil judicial process: It costs too much,
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
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...and promoted Cary Burch to division president. ...
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The "tragedy of commons" concept examines shared ownership damage. This damage can be limited by division into private parcels so that parties bear the benefits and costs of their actions. The "digit
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...merger in 2005 of Chicago's Piper Rudnick, San Diego's Gray Cary Ware & Freidenrich, and London-based DLA. Twenty-nine of DLA's...
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