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With an improving economy, low interest rates and more investors willing to put funds into distressed companies outside of bankruptcy leading to a "bankruptcy recession," firms are trimming their ra
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Litigation Department of the Year — General Litigation — Greenberg Trauri
Despite its reduced size, Rutgers Law School-Camden's future is brighter than it was a year ago
Unfortunately, discovery often begins months, or even years, after a complaint is filed. There is a better way. Steps can be taken to preserve data, prior to the start of discovery, and even prior to
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