Notice to the bar
GC Laurence Wilson turned to law firm Durie Tangri to pursue claims against a San Diego bankruptcy lawyer over fishy client testimonials
...they can say and do in a campaign, said legal ethicist Diane Karpman. "When you're a lawyer and you'...
A pending contract between Jones Day—which beat out 13 other firms for the assignment—and financially crippled Detroit has come under scrutiny as city council members questioned whether t
A San Francisco judge looked askance last week at arguments that well-known California plaintiffs attorney Terry O'Reilly did all he could to produce documents related to a $2.5 million fee dispute w
A San Francisco judge considered sanctions against plaintiffs attorney Terry O'Reilly for what his former partner characterized as dalliances in a protracted e-discovery dispute between the two
Originally Published: The Recorder
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