A round-up of action from Trenton in the final days of the lame duck session
2013 was a quiet year in the courts, as the profession appears to accept that electronic discovery is here to stay. This is the first part of a two-part piece
Life sentencing without the possibility of parole might be called LWOP, for life without hope
... That will allow attorneys to take on trials in other jurisdictions without having to hire local counsel, which provides "a much greater comfort...
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New Jersey Law Journal
...39; New Jersey roots make it a New Jersey firm for diversity jurisdiction purposes is belied by the defunct firm's own statements that...
...Liebman answered and asserted an affirmative defense of lack of subject-matter jurisdiction, contending that exclusive jurisdiction was in the division. Liebman subsequently filed a...
...and Numbers (ICANN), and the various nation states' efforts to claim domestic jurisdiction over Internet content, few bilateral treaties addressing the Internet have been executed...
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