2013 was a quiet year in the courts, as the profession appears to accept that electronic discovery is here to stay. This is the first part of a two-part piece
New Jersey Law Journal
...rigid hierarchy existed long before U.S. News entered the picture in the early 1990s, according to an academic article by three law...
The Noerr-Pennington doctrine has expanded beyond its antitrust origins, and was recently found to be a complete defense to a class action alleging RICO violations
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...34;talking pictures" as a means of improving dispensation of justice. The pilot program would begin in the District of Columbia courts and...
...Petitioner Steven Lefemine and members of Columbia Christians for Life (CCL) engage in demonstrations in which they carry pictures of aborted fetuses to protest the...
...Picture a facility with many occupants who are obviously frail, ill or disabled...
The Law Journal's yearly album of profiles of rising stars in the New Jersey legal profession ... all under 40
Although everyone wants legal education to be less expensive, Washington University Law Professor Brian Tamanaha proposes a model that is economically impossible without dramatically decreasing the q
Originally Published: National Law Journal
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