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As we mark the 40th anniversary of the Watergate break-in, one of the scandal's best-known figures coauthors an examination of its importance for legal ethics.
Knowing how to maximize your position on appeal can make the difference between a winning brief and a losing brief.
A judge provides advice on appearing before an appeals court.
Two federal judges outline the philosophies on which they ground their judicial settlement efforts.
An examination of some key aspects of the complex, multifaceted litigation served up by a government investigation.
The author shares the reasons a lawyer might--or might not--prefer an in -house position to that of a litigator at a law firm.
Memoirs have painted a sometimes sympathetic picture of the frontier justice that accompanied that Montana Territory's lawlessness, but history provides a harsher account.
There are good reasons to believe that the U.S. legal system has relied too heavily on process as a measure of fairness.
Those doing business in Germany or with German companies need to need to learn about Germany's tough anticorruptions laws.
If the legal profession is to take on a different aura, part of that change must be in how lawyers relate to their mentees.
Some tools that can quickly improve the quality of Google searches are hiding in plain sight.
As a writer, you can control whose story a reader percieves you to be telling in any given sentence.
The French and British legal systems feature different standards of guilt and innocence than the American systems, and different standards for how the accused may be treated.
In a world of war, hatred, and suffering, goodness exists.
Normally, allegations in a pleading cannot support a vaiable defamation claim.