Two years after the first state-by-state breakdowns of annual law graduate and lawyer surpluses revealed just how bleak the legal industry's employment picture had become, revised state government da
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...in an alimony case. The defendant insisted he had been divorced in Colorado and that New Jersey had to give full faith and credit, leaving...
A firm handling a false-claims suit that yielded a $12.6 million settlement may collect fees due via the client's contingency agreement as well as those payable by statute by the other party, a feder
Standard & Poor's Financial Services LLC is attempting to coordinate consumer lawsuits filed in state courts by attorneys general in 17 states before a single federal judge
...or sentencings on Fridays, beginning April 12. Federal courts in Colorado, Delaware, Utah, the Eastern District of Missouri and the Western District of...
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