...Civ.P. 233.1 provides the trial court with discretion to bar future frivolous litigation by appellant. Affirmed. In 1981, appellant Thomas M...
Big Data is big news in litigation discovery -and predictive coding has arrived as a best practice to deal with the mountain of data. But that's just the tip of the proverbial iceberg
Originally Published: Law Technology News
I have observed throughout my career that many of the most successful lawyers I know either play sports or have an athletic background. In last month's column, five characteristics of athletes that m
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently proposed to jettison a numeric turbidity limitation that it had previously established for stormwater discharges from construction sites
Distracted driving due to mobile phone use while behind the wheel is a dangerous and prevalent problem. In 2010, nearly 20 percent of all motor vehicle accidents were attributed in some way to distra
The U.S. Supreme Court is presently considering whether federal law pre-empts state design-defect claims targeting generic pharmaceutical products. Just two years ago, the court insulated generic-dru
As the economy starts to improve, attorneys will increasingly explore the possibilities of moving to new law firms
Earlier this month Apple Inc. filed an astonishing motion to disqualify opposing counsel in a Northern District patent suit. The tech giant accused a partner at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, one of Apple'
Originally Published: The Recorder
One of the notable features of the last two proxy seasons is the increasing number of shareholder complaints of misleading or inadequate disclosure materials, with courts often issuing preliminary in
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