Evandro C. Gigante and Jacklina A. Len of Proskauer Rose write: With over one billion users on Facebook and the explosion of Twitter and LinkedIn, it is no surprise that social media has become an in
...and practices caused New Century Mortgage Company to target borrowers in the Detroit, Michigan region1 for loans that had a disparate impact...
Michael L. Fox, Chair of the Young Lawyers Section, writes: New York was for years a lagging state regarding electronic discovery, but has recently become a leader, utilizing the federal framework fo
... Paramount Pictures Corporation, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc., Tristar...Jessica Litman, Wayne State Univ., Detroit, Mich.; Prof. Pamela Samuelson, Univ...
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