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What has changed in law—and what has not—since the inception of this publication.
From gathering evidence to jury behavior, few changes have affected trials as swiftly as social media.
In high-stakes litigation, loose lips sink ships, and the rules around admissibility have been changing.
The stress of litigation is not just unpleasant—it can cause attorneys to choose poorly. The practice of mindfulness offers help.
The history of the tort of intentional infliction of emotional distress.
A judge offers her perspective on the tort.
Stepping away from the law.
What would you choose: bored but happy, or stimulated but haggard with stress?
Being an associate isn’t a journey of discovery; it’s a high-pressure job.
Partners should deliver more mentoring and less attitude.
The difference between yesterday’s and today’s litigation practice could not be starker—and that includes the courtroom.
Going to law school is neither a casual endeavor nor an easy decision.
Far fewer cases go to trial now. As a result, young lawyers lack experience.
For clear writing, have the verb state what is going on, rather than a noun made into a verb.
A law firm is a brand, and social media can keep it first in your clients' minds.
Despite the outcome, it is hard to view Chief Justice Roberts's reasoning in the healthcare decision as anything other than conservative.
Foreign discovery is often challenging, but U.S.C section 1782 provides for the production of documents and evidence of person's within the United States for use before a foreign tribunal.
Hubris infects the legal profession, but a lack of courage is more pervasive.
An ethics lawyer outlines the rules around speaking with members of a represented entity.