...or nondisclosure agreement. Public companies' in-house counsel should pay special attention to whether it is appropriate to include a standstill provision in...
...on just one aspect of diversity, namely recruitment, and don't pay enough attention to development and promotion of their diverse attorneys. But a successful...
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
By this time next year, we may be on the cusp of another major set of amendments to the discovery provisions of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. The U.S. Courts' Advisory Committee on Civil Rule
Originally Published: Law Technology News
...that significantly exceeded the project's estimated price. The buyer refused to pay for these overages or to authorize a final payment of the outstanding...
Governor Dennis Daugaard on March 21 signed first-in-the-nation legislation establishing incentive payments to as many as 16 attorneys who agree to practice in rural areas for at least five years
Originally Published: National Law Journal
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