A federal judge has dismissed a complaint against Arlin Adams in a case stemming from turmoil in the wealthy Perelman family
So much of lawyering pertains to language, intellect and logic. Our training and traditions lead us to believe we should focus primarily on these domains to improve ourselves professionally. Yet ther
With the U.S. Department of Justice under fire for secretly obtaining Associated Press phone records, a newly unsealed court document in Washington revealed that federal prosecutors seized far more t
In this wrongful death and survival action arising from a fatal shooting, the court dismissed all claims against father where decedent's estate failed to allege sufficient facts under the Restatement
This is practical advice for the civil practitioner whose client organization becomes involved in a grand jury investigation or other official inquiry. This advice applies to an in-house general coun
All five nominees to the National Labor Relations Board appeared Thursday before a sharply divided U.S. Senate committee. Democrats urged their speedy confirmation while Republicans called the board
Originally Published: National Law Journal
Nothing draws a crowd of lawyers like the chance to listen to judges, especially when the agenda includes the likes of United States District Court Judge Shira Scheindlin and Magistrate Judge James F
Originally Published: Law Technology News
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In Secured Lending 101, we learn that the general rule is "first in time, first in right." Well, how does one determine who is "first in time"? Generally, secured lenders may rely on state and county
We have all read the myriad articles recounting the depressing statistics about the gender gap in the legal profession. We could lament that, despite the fact that more than half of incoming law scho
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