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In the two decades since The Legal Intelligencer marked its 150th anniversary, the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania has navigated the rapids of controversy — among them the criminal
All five nominees to the National Labor Relations Board appeared Thursday before a sharply divided U.S. Senate committee. Democrats urged their speedy confirmation while Republicans called the board
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...country. Recruit the talented blue-chipper, coach him up on skills and fundamentals, and gradually promote him from benchwarmer to second team to starter to...
U.S. District Judge Edward Korman of the Eastern District of New York owes a large part of his approach to deciding cases to advice from a former boss, Robert Bork, U.S. solicitor general at the end
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
My cell phone rings at 6:30 on a Friday evening. It's the CEO of a client company and she is panicked. Hysterical. It turns out she was doing some "old-fashioned" investigating by performing Google s
Our nation is rapidly becoming more racially and ethnically diverse. According to the 2010 decennial census, 36.3 percent of the U.S. population was comprised of people classified as minorities &mdas
...Ronon Stevens & Young partner Mark E. Chopko The panel discussed fundamental issues of religious freedom law...
In this competitive financial legal drought, there may be nothing more frustrating than the belief that one's client was "stolen" by a competitor counsel. Notwithstanding the negative financial impac
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