...facets of the legal industry, including law firms, court reporting companies, e-discovery vendors, the legal components of corporations and law schools, according to Stephen...
The news has been full of various proposals for addressing the perceived evils associated with patent assertions by a patent owner that have been identified at different times as a patent troll, a pa
A federal judge has allowed an insurer to move forward with its affirmative defense alleging the attorneys for the plaintiff in an automobile accident case perpetrated a "bad faith setup" in an attem
From Wheeling to Lexington and Dayton to Tallahassee, U.S. law firms have increasingly looked to move back-office operations to less expensive geographic markets in an effort to save on rent and empl
... "Seretram, applying ex parte to this court, now seeks discovery from GMX regarding the allegedly fraudulent GMX account, which the fraudster used...
All attorneys who litigate workers' compensation matters on behalf of injured workers in Pennsylvania have seen their fair share of reports from investigators who are employees of companies hired by
... A patent case over Christmas lights, plagued by discovery disputes, has ended with severe sanctions for the Chinese company accused of...
...is the requirement in Section (b)(1) that a party may obtain discovery "proportional to the needs of the case." Removed from the...
A woman's claims that her use of an antidepressant during pregnancy caused birth defects necessitating an abortion are barred by the statute of limitations, the state Superior Court has ruled
A case involving a college student who was paralyzed after she fell 20 feet through a skylight has settled for $11.6 million
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