Decisions by corporate law departments to hire (and fire) law firms for work on compliance, corporate governance, intellectual property, labor & employment, litigation, mergers & acquisitions, or other legal work.
...half-year federal prison sentence. Caputo said Ciavarella took steps outside of his judicial role to ensure that juveniles who appeared before him...
... That's where the Morrises, who serve as labor counsel for more than 20 municipalities in the Greater Philadelphia area, came in...
One would expect that, in the more than 20 years since the U.S. Supreme Court's seminal decision regarding admissibility of expert witness testimony, the parameters of proving fundamental issues woul
A Pennsylvania-based legal services management company said it doesn't have to give any more particulars just yet on its allegations against Latham & Watkins regarding misappropriation of trade secre
...trash pull conducted by police outside defendants' residence and by a...Irvin. Prior to trial, defense counsel moved to suppress certain evidence...
In Klayman v. Obama,, the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia enjoined the National Security Agency and FBI from receiving telephonic metadata in bulk from telephone carriers and Interne
...judicial officer when the letter to the judge is copied to opposing counsel? This is a question that has arisen over the...
The year 2014 promises to be another year where corporate purchasing departments strive to keep costs down while vendors attempt to increase margins. In this marketplace tug-of-war it occasionally ha
...amp;B's life outside of bankruptcy was short-lived...Holdings' retention of bankruptcy counsel, worker layoffs, and delivery of...
The Legal Intelligencer
Wolf Block's claim that some of its partners' New Jersey roots make it a New Jersey firm for diversity jurisdiction purposes is belied by the defunct firm's own statements that it has no partners, Wo
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