The politics of judicial elections was fierce on November 6 as Democrats and Republicans fought hard to gain the advantage in key states. The results, however, were mixed
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...told The Charlotte Observer that Easley (pictured right) went to McGuireWoods management several...
Growth at the 250 largest law firms in the country receded this year, likely a reflection of the economic downturn of 2008
It's December; time for lights, bells and whatever other holiday trimmings suit your fancy. For us, it's time to reflect on, and update, some of the issues we've written about in the past year
...substantial Charlotte, N.C., office, according to another Legal sister publication, the New York Law Journal. Industry observers doubt...
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...more debt at graduation than did their predecessors, a situation that some observers fear will lead to more loan defaults, attrition and job dissatisfaction. ...
If Merck & Co. loses the Atlantic City Vioxx trial, its lawyers may look back on Friday as the day disaster struck
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