Environmental law practitioners are required to be familiar with a wide range of administrative actions by federal, state and local environmental agencies. These actions span what one court called a
With mobile devices common in the workplace, employees' personal social media and email content may invariably find its way onto devices and into the hands of employers, who must carefully consider t
Originally Published: Law Technology News
The Supreme Court on Wednesday concluded its historic two-day scrutiny of the thorny issue of same-sex marriage, displaying wariness about ruling on the subject even as it appeared possible that the
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania in February illustrate hidden traps in the removal process. Given the importance of forum to the outcome...
Some defense attorneys are questioning a proposed rule that would require defendants in capital cases to file notice of the mitigation evidence they plan to present at trial within 90 days of being a
...down mens rea (i.e., guilty mind) requirements that easily can become traps for the unwary. According to a joint paper released in...
"Timing is everything," as the adage goes, especially in the realm of mechanic's liens claims. The current incarnation of Pennsylvania's Mechanic's Lien Law, more specifically Section 1502, calls for
...Harold McElhinny of MoFo told Koh not to step in the "trap" of dissecting the jury verdict and attempting to reconstruct the panel...
Originally Published: The Recorder
...third knuckle as a minor knuckle. Plaintiffs attorneys cannot fall into this trap. Obviously, the more knuckles involved, the more cosmetic damage and more potential...
The presidential election is all over except for the actual voting. No more polls, Super PAC ads, oversized postcards delivered to your mailboxes and automated robocalls filling up your answering mac
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