A handful of judges are writing blogs to educate the public about judicial challenges and responsibilities
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Broward Circuit Judge Carlos Rodriguez is allowing a lawsuit to move forward against McFarlane & Dolan, a law firm that used a baseball bat to market itself as an aggressive enforcer for the insuranc
...also claims that the motion is premature due to the absence of discovery and the existence of a recent and ongoing dialogue between the plaintiff...
... It’s not that nothing happened in electronic data discovery law in 2013. A lot happened. However, compared to 2012, which saw...
...John Panzer , a New York-based executive vice president at Superior Discovery, also thinks big. His wish list includes a 55-inch organic light...
A Lehigh Valley lawyer has failed in a bid to vacate his conviction on charges related to stealing client funds because of ineffective assistance of counsel
In his Corporate Litigation column, Simpson Thacher & Bartlett partner Joseph M. McLaughlin reviews a Delaware Court of Chancery opinion adopting a bright-line rule that any attorney-client privilege
...bolster its case that its actions were protected by qualified immunity during discovery. Lyman alleges several instances of retaliation between 2010 and 2013...
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