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...question an appeal from the Minnesota Supreme Court to uphold a...Nevada, the Middle District of Florida, and the District of Hawaii...
The chairman of Cozen O'Connor's real estate department is leaving the firm to serve as general counsel to client Liberty Property Trust, the company and the firm said late last week
The first case to challenge Pennsylvania's ban on same-sex marriage shouldn't go to the Third Circuit, the plaintiffs responded to the Corbett administration's motion for interlocutory appeal
...Nevada, the Middle District of Florida and the District of Hawaii...from the Supreme Court of Minnesota that upheld a state law...
In the Federalist Papers, James Madison advocated for ratification of the Constitution, citing to the limited powers of the "general government," and stating that "the states, in all unenumerated cas
More than a year has passed without a decision from the Pennsylvania Supreme Court in the case of Commonwealth v. Cunningham, No. 38 EAP 2012
...Utah, where E-Verify is required for all employers; and Colorado, Florida, Indiana, Minnesota, Missouri and Oklahoma, where E-Verify is required for state contractors...
...order the award. Plaintiffs in the District of Columbia, Florida, California, Minnesota and Washington filed class actions in early 2011 against LivingSocial, all...
As the number of people nationwide sickened or killed by meningitis from tainted steroid injections grows, so has litigation, including suits filed in New Jersey on Tuesday
Originally Published: New Jersey Law Journal
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