A handful of judges are writing blogs to educate the public about judicial challenges and responsibilities
Daily Business Review
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
...quot;system of records" within the meaning of the Privacy Act. Discovery has revealed that emails were sent to several individuals who were encouraged...
Dozens of upstate residents failed to state the nature of their claim in a negligence lawsuit contending that mismanagement of the state's canal system contributed to severe flooding during Hurricane
In their Corporate and Securities Litigation column, Sarah S. Gold and Richard L. Spinogatti of Proskauer Rose write: Since the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in 'Tellabs', federal courts have wrestle
...publicity, precluding any party, including the police, from revealing information concerning the discovery of the notebook or its contents. That same day, respondent Jana Winter...
In their Corporate Insurance Law column, Howard B. Epstein and Theodore A. Keyes of Schulte Roth & Zabel analyze a recent decision involving remediation of environmental contamination claims that add
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