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A Marietta lawyer who won a 9-0 jurisdictional victory at the U.S. Supreme Court on behalf of a client in an international custody dispute has lost the battle on the merits before a federal appeals p
...State of Wisconsin, but it claims that a 36-square-mile tract ("New Stockbridge") within the State of New York was conveyed to...
Delaware Business Court Insider
An employee's email communications with his attorneys on a corporate work account are not protected under attorney-client privilege, because the company notified its employees that it has the right t
...Mukhopadhyay, solo practitioner, White Plains, Md. Attorney for defendant: Bradford Bernstein, Miles & Stockbridge, Rockville, Md. Inter-American Development Bank v. Rodriguez...
The U.S. Department of Justice certainly wasn't eager to publicly share a 2011 opinion by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court that found the government violated the Fourth Amendment in sweepi
... Miles & Stockbridge has hired a team of seven attorneys and one patent agent...
...Campana, Elizabeth McGinley and Robin Miles, all of New York. Also...mergers-and-acquisitions partner Ted Stockbridge, employment partner Sean Becker, environmental...
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