...to its essence, merely provides that a woman previously arrested for prostitution-genre offenses was observed talking to three persons late at night in an...
...how to present a "win-win argument." New to the genre and of great interest, a new book, How to Sweet-Talk...
...where the shows would sell the most tickets based on their musical genres, provided publicity, travel and accommodations for the players and paid all musicians...
Frederic Rich, a prominent corporate dealmaker at Sullivan & Cromwell, became alarmed when John McCain picked as his running mate Sarah Palin, an assertive champion of the Christian right. He began a
In their Entertainment Law column, Franklin, Weinrib, Rudell & Vassallo partners Michael I. Rudell and Neil J. Rosini write that how the court chose to frame the comparison suggested by the "transfor
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