...34;But he had no role in enforcing policy." Longo's attorney, Andrew Dwyer, said there nothing improper about not giving the...
...point to a posted video that shows Heyburn serving Rocco Garruto with Longo's lawsuit, under the heading "You've Been served Rocco Garruto...
The fact that an employer's business is sale of sexually oriented merchandise — marketed in a "sexually charged atmosphere" not deemed objectionable by its female employees or customers —
...merger target because of its decade-long co-counsel relationship with Hoagland, Longo's Marc Gaffrey on asbestos litigation. In choosing a firm...
Attorneys are free to ditch most hard copies of client records and to archive them in cyberspace, as long as adequate measures to protect confidentiality are taken, says the Supreme Court Advisory Co
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