The kingdom of Jordan has filed an amicus brief arguing that its largest financial institution could not comply with a U.S. discovery request because of Jordan's privacy laws
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A settlement is a settlement. The parties agree on its terms, terminate the litigation, and move on. Right? Not always. Class actions, for example, are different
Can an attorney merely acting as counsel be liable for violating another's civil rights? Answer: Yes, as shown in Jordan v. Fox, Rothschild, O'Brien & Frankel, 20 F.3d 1250 (C.A.3 (Pa.) 1994)
...worker provoked an argument with her. The co-worker allegedly went to Jordan's work area and confronted her with an allegation of having her...
In the most recent Supreme Court term, justices heard oral arguments and granted certiorari on several cutting-edge questions of intellectual property law. The court is poised to clarify the legality
The U.S. Supreme Court recently heard arguments in a number of interesting Fourth Amendment cases. Of particular interest is a case questioning police use of drug-sniffing dogs to detect contraband i
For two very different guys, Reed Smith's Greg Jordan and K&L Gates' Pete Kalis have a lot in common. The two West Virginia natives rose to lead their respective Pittsburgh-based law firms well more
...care for him and not seek employment outside the home. Jordan's care prevented wife from seeking full-time employment. In addition, wife...
A Philadelphia Common Pleas Court judge has granted summary judgment to a Philadelphia solo lawyer who claimed a fellow plaintiffs attorney in the city owes him a more than $550,000 referral fee for
...the second half of kindergarten and the first month of first grade. Jordan's mother suggested dyslexia as a reason her son couldn't read...
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