...forth in Hunt). Following a hearing, the trial court signed an order granting...
...generally take in order to protect their clients in similar situations.2 A lawyer has an affirmative obligation "to disclose material facts...
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
...employer exercised reasonable care to prevent and correct any harassing behavior and (2) that the plaintiff unreasonably failed to take advantage of the preventive or...
While many law schools offer stipends or grants for students and graduates to do public interest work, Harvard is the first to offer support for entrepreneurial-minded graduates who want to create th
Originally Published: National Law Journal
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A half-dozen Am Law 100 firms have landed lead advisory roles on the proposed $11 billion merger of American Airlines parent AMR and US Airways Group — a Valentine's Day deal that could create
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