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In his Criminal Law column, Ken Strutin, director of legal information services at the New York State Defenders Association, writes: Until recently, search and seizure law relied on a snapshot approa
David Bernick, who joined Boies Schiller as a partner last August from Philip Morris International, said the plaintiffs side of the firm's practice presented too many conflicts preventing him from re
Public schools do not have free rein to ban speech that isn't necessarily offensive, especially if that speech pertains to a social or political issue, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit
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James M. Keneally, a partner at Kelley Drye & Warren, writes that as lawyers, we often advise clients to invoke their Fifth Amendment rights, when the clients desperately want to tell "their side of
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Greenberg Traurig and former shareholder Francine Griesing have agreed to withdraw her claims against the firm in a proposed $200 million gender bias class action lawsuit filed last year
A defamation claim against Merck and its in-house counsel cannot proceed because it rested on a letter stating the lawyer's opinion, which is not capable of being defamatory, a federal judge has rule
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