...trends, some law school deans are still trying to preserve an unsustainable business model. Offering what they apparently regard as innovative ideas, they're making...
...handled the oral argument at the Federal Circuit. Versata sold business software in the 1990s, before SAP came to dominate the market. Versata...
Compared to its peers in the United States proper, the island commonwealth's three ABA-accredited law schools perform appallingly, yet no one protests
Originally Published: the_am_law_daily
...evidence against him-pseudoephedrine purchase logs-was introduced in violation of the business records exception to the hearsay rule and the Sixth Amendment's Confrontation...
Overbilling is something that all consumers of legal services should know about and protect themselves from. There are several actions that a client can and should take to protect itself from possibl
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
...operates Bishop Petroleum, which has been engaged in the oil and gas business since 1976. Bishop Petroleum started exploring and producing oil and gas in...
...who had worked on corporate transactions for more than 40 years, described daily life on the golf course. Another talked about retaining a few clients...
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
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