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The Center for Public Integrity says that in the past 4-1/2 years, 11 percent of federal judges reported attending at least one seminar at which foundations or corporations paid for air fare, hotels
The Judicial Conference of the U.S. Advisory Committee on Civil Rules proposed that Rule 37(e) be gutted and replaced. The proposed amendment (scheduled to take effect in June) would make it far more
There is a bitter, friend-splitting debate raging among lawyers about whether to use "pleaded" or "pled." Both words get a lot of play in legal writing. We think that it's time for one usage to rule
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