Look at a map of the shale formations in Pennsylvania and it's immediately apparent that the southeastern portion of the state is the proverbial odd man out in terms of oil and natural gas reserves
...of the legacy airline consolidation story after the Continental-United (2010) and Delta-Northwest (2008) mergers. The DOJ disagreed. The assistant attorney general...
...at an unnecessary competitive disadvantage to [cities] that directly benefit from the Delta and United mergers." (When joining the DOJ suit, Pennsylvania asserted that...
In an effort to beef up the pro bono contributions of in-house counsel, increase the availability of legal services to those in need and address some nagging questions that may impede the ability of
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
From his office in the Richard B. Russell Federal Building, U.S. District Court Judge William S. Duffey Jr. can look down at the roof of the Georgia Dome and the gritty neighborhoods that surround th
Originally Published: Daily Report
As the call for alternative fee arrangements morphed from lip service to something that might actually become a part of law firm business models, Reed Smith head of strategy Michael Pollack wanted to
...by the Nigerian government against its citizens in the oil-rich Niger Delta in the 1990s. The suit is one of several pending...
...From a technical standpoint, the biomechanical experts will use the term delta-v. This is also a term regularly used in crashworthiness cases for...
StickNFind Technologies, a startup using tagging devices to help people find lost items such as luggage or document boxes, announced Tuesday that it intends to ship its Bluetooth-enabled products in
Originally Published: Law Technology News
...Trial Motion Meritless Appeal Issues Delta Prop. Mgmt., Inc. v. Yuyu Li, PICS Case No. 13-0247 (C...
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