...inclusion of his copyrighted briefs in West's "Litigator" and LexisNexis' "Briefs, Pleading and Motions" databases violated the Copyright Act....
In his Foreclosure Litigation column, Bruce J. Bergman, a partner with Berkman, Henoch, Peterson, Peddy & Fenchel, writes that fictitious defendants in foreclosure actions are assuredly required in t
In his Foreclosure Litigation column, Bruce J. Bergman, a partner with Berkman, Henoch, Peterson, Peddy & Fenchel, writes that the pursuit by a condo board of its own lien foreclosure against an owne
...Client: Strategic Planning in Law Firms," released Oct. 23 by LexisNexis and Am Law Daily affiliate ALM Legal Intelligence. The underlying question at...
...would be applied retroactively. Lower courts have been divided. A LexisNexis search turned up 26 New York state court decisions holding that ...
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