...s how a college in Central Pennsylvania can recruit the best...from the beach towns of California and Florida. They are able...
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
Since the N.J. Supreme Court decided Dendrite v. Doe in 2001, the number of lawsuits designed to identify anonymous Internet speakers has declined. Recently, however, the Appellate Division, in Warre
Originally Published: New Jersey Law Journal
Zuckerman Spaeder partner Paul Shechtman describes the circumstances and personalities behind what is perhaps the most famous decision in the history of American criminal procedure
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
...defaulted on a student loan guaranteed by EdFund, a division of the California Student Aid Commission. In September 2008, EdFund hired respondent General Revenue Corporation...
...Central District of California. It alleged that the recently adopted bar passage minimumand the committee's authority to oversee state-accredited law schools...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
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