...No. 1: "We're in the right. Surely, that counts for something." A California lawyer with whom I work tells clients...
...defend their anonymity; specify the statements that allegedly violate the plaintiff's rights; plead a claim that could survive a motion to dismiss; and produce...
Originally Published: New Jersey Law Journal
...required Larry not to take action that might prejudice the Plan's right to reimbursement. ACS had notified Larry's attorney of these provisions shortly...
Avvo's Josh King shares his top 10 suggestions for attorneys who wish to write, but don't due to legal concerns
Originally Published: The Recorder
...home memo for remote workers and President Obama's recent comments about California Attorney General Kamala Harris, calling her "the best-looking attorney general...
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
...offer from the State; (2) whether the trial court violated Miller's right to self-representation by denying his request to proceed pro se; and...
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