A multimillion-dollar case stemming from the 2004 oil spill in the Delaware River is being sent back to the district court by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit
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It's been a while since the dominant theme in Legal affiliate The American Lawyer's annual law firm technology survey wasn't the economy
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I was staring at the sea of young faces who aspired to be on the team I was about to coach many years ago and wondered not only about who would make the team, but which players would be our stars
...nightclubs like Barroom, Steel House, Saddle Ridge, Buckhead Saloon, Whim Nightclub and Zen Social Club." If you'd rather steer clear of...
The five law students hail from as far away as Miami and Brooklyn, and a few months ago, probably wouldn't have considered Montgomery County as the starting point for their careers
...Philadelphia Chapter of the Legal Marketing Association on "The Zen of Law Firm Rankings." The seminar is scheduled Jan. 17 at 8...
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