...commit voluntary manslaughter. Asuncion said Heard's lawyer, David Schertler of Schertler & Onorato, formally rejected the offer. Asuncion said he assumed...
The office of the U.S. solicitor general sometimes takes controversial positions, but most practitioners agree that the quality of its legal briefs is high. Some of the office's style secrets are
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Originally Published: National Law Journal
...operations. Gomers attorney, David Schertler of Schertler & Onorato in Washington, D.C., said his client did not violate...
Daily Business Review
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Why did it take the IRS three years to award a former UBS banker $104 million for his help in collecting $5 billion in unpaid taxes
Originally Published: The American Lawyer
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