Hal M. Stewart, former chief operating officer/executive director for two international Am Law 100 firms, writes: Choosing one among several (law firm) offers to accept can be one of the most importa
...the Rule is to maximize the clients' ability to select counsel, although the lawyers who drafted the Rule likely had the interests...
...to federal, state, and local government agencies, foreign governments, and customers in select commercial markets. In each of the last three fiscal years, SAIC generated...
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...approximately one in 110 children in the United States had an autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Just two years later the CDC updated its estimates finding...
In his Law Firm Partnership Law column, Arthur J. Ciampi, the managing member of Ciampi LLC, writes that two cases from California elucidate the scope of liability for unfinished business claims as w
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