There are nearly 30 law schools that have or soon will offer a master's degree for nonlawyers, up from just a handful two years ago
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...was the Chief of the Gastroenterology Division of the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (the Division) in Lubbock, a state chartered medical school. Dr...
...of dollars" each year to construct oil wells. Yet, traditionally, oil companies planned such projects over "coffee and doughnuts," using paper records...
Workplace bullying is a pervasive problem that often precipitates harassment and discrimination claims and, in more extreme cases, workplace violence. Although there is currently no state that prohib
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
...Caldera injured his back at work in 1995. Workers' compensation carrier Insurance Company of the State of Pennsylvania ("ICSP") initially paid Caldera workers...
...law in private firms, worked as a nonlawyer executive for a tech company, raised funds for a political group and generated sales for a forensic...
...Phillips suffered from various health conditions. In April 2002, Verizon...
...*fn2 In July 2006, Witherspoon sent Amica Insurance Company a settlement demand letter in which he referred to Charles's claims...
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