There are nearly 30 law schools that have or soon will offer a master's degree for nonlawyers, up from just a handful two years ago
Sedgwick LLP has moved to dismiss what it called "over-reaching" claims in a $200 million malpractice lawsuit filed by the receiver of a purported medical receivables purchasing company in California
Currently the U.S. Supreme Court is considering a case that pits the interests of a white, would-be adoptive couple, to whom a Latina biological mother surrendered her baby girl at birth, against tho
...is a temptation for IRS personnel to put their thumb on the scale." Trevor Potter, who heads Caplin & Drysdale's political...
That was the deciding factor in two recent FCPA prosecutions in New York's Southern District
National Law Journal
...the last three years or so, we have been fortunate, given the scale of our platform, to be asked by a range of clients to...
Courts should be impartial forums, where everyone can at least get a fair opportunity to voice their arguments. Sadly, in cases involving businesses, courts regularly put a thumb on the scales of jus
...dozen or so have between 20 and 45 and are trying to scale up, making a lively market for laterals. Hiring of new associates also...
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