...declared. Tollin also found inspiration from Tim Stanley, an advisor to WireLawyer and founder...
Originally Published: Law Technology News
...and Thomson Reuters too cumbersome and that cost-free services such as Justia.com and Princeton University's RECAP aren't advanced enough, leaving room...
Former NFL players won a $26 million class action settlement with the NFL Players Association a few years ago. Now they're looking to run up the score with a malpractice action against class counsel
Originally Published: The Recorder
...b)(5) (privilege).In Abu Dhabi Commercial...
In the October 2010 issue of Corporate Counsel, we provided five tips that corporations should follow to avoid "E-Trouble," a term we coined to refer to the devastating impact emails and electronical
...the arrestee's possession, starting simply enough in United States v...
Given the vast array of resources and tools available for business intelligence, one can easily succumb to severe information overload, writes Louis C. Abramovitz. Personal injury to one's wallet is
Constant thought-sharing defines our Information Age.At the office, in the car or anywhere else, we share every detail of our daily existence in real time on Facebook. Most of the time, this is accep
For almost 10 years, I was a partner at a three-lawyer Jupiter, Florida firm, Dobin & Jenks, with a caseload that focused on securities and employment litigation
...court precedents on recusal, the 1927 case Tumey v. Ohio, which...
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