Amid controversy surrounding the city of Philadelphia's request for proposals for a contract that would create a for-profit legal organization to represent indigent defendants in criminal cases, an a
...through," DiClaudio said, adding that he shared it out of "patriotic sentiment, not because of the message it contained." DiClaudio...
The Am Law 100 firms have landed key roles on major transactions originating in Russia, including the $28 billion sale of half of the country's third-largest oil company, TNK-BP, to state-backed Rosn
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...analysis identifying any underutilization of qualified minorities and women in its work force and, where an underutilization is detected, sets forth placement goals, timetables for...
In their Antitrust Trade and Practice column, Neal R. Stoll and Shepard Goldfein, partners at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, write, that, in their simplest forms, patent and antitrust laws see
Already, many Iraq and Afghan vets with emotional problems have found their way into the criminal justice system. Soon, the numbers could be overwhelming
Rigsby holds a unique place among D.C. judges. This year marks his 10th anniversary as both a Superior Court judge and his ninth as a military judge in the U.S. Army Reserve's 150th Legal Support Org
...presidential candidate has convinced many pundits that its time as a major force in mainstream politics may be coming to an end. But...
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