Former U.S. senator and two-time Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards has renounced any further political ambitions and returned to the practice of law
Fully staffed labor board expected to take up matters on social media, investigations and arbitration
...the straight-row lineup usually used to depict judges. Social-media armchair critics gave the painting mixed reviews. One former law clerk...
A LinkedIn profile update alerting a user's contacts about her new job did not necessarily constitute a solicitation of business that ran afoul of her non-compete agreement, a Massachusetts trial jud
Clients deserve impartiality, but alleging that a judge can't do the job fairly is a risky undertaking
...Research Center found that teens share more information about themselves on social media than ever before. Nearly all of the teens surveyed—91...
Google Inc.'s recent programming change, moving people's arrest mugshots much lower in search engine results, has sparked a debate about First Amendment and privacy. Goodwin Procter Boston partner Br
...Having left Siwy Denim last year, she also began advertising on social media a new line of denim apparel for Wildfox Couture LLC that...
Lawyer bios tend to share some problems. They lack focus, they are boring and they often contain too much superfluous information. Probably the worst thing is this: They bury the lead
... Eric Conn, "Mr. Social Security" in his advertisements as a disability payments attorney in Kentucky...
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