Even as blogging has taken off within the legal profession, it remains rare to find judges who blog and even rarer to find federal judges who blog. Attorney and blogger Robert J. Ambrogi recently con
...discretion by deciding Oklahoma has the most significant relationship to the issue of whether ICSP has any right of subrogation to workers' compensation benefits paid...
In her Internet Issues/Social Media column, Shari Claire Lewis, a partner at Rivkin Radler, writes that the bottom line would appear to be that as people become more and more comfortable with social
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
...The court held that the Oklahoma Supreme Court violated the Federal...Eddie Howard and a co-worker (Howard) entered into a confidentiality...
...court's ruling compelling arbitration of its labor dispute with the Communication Workers of America ("CWA") over the legal status of a class of Avaya...
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