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Here are some strategies to avoid the nightmare of meaningful sanctions due to unpreserved documents.
Drawing freehand sketches during oral presentation grabs an audiences' attention in the courtroom or boardroom.
Linking complex briefs and their exhibits in electronic documents can help judges follow your argument.
A judge offers his thoughts on whether or not electronic documents really help your case.
When you need to get a case out of state court, the federal officer removal statute may provide a winning option.
These guidelines for writing on a tight deadline help provide relief for stressed litigators.
With the importance of alternative dispute resolution growing, this overview prepares litigators for the nitty-gritty of arbitration.
Representing more than one client in the same matter is a potential minefield. Here's how to avoid an explosion.
Good lawyers come from all sorts of backgrounds, but often share common traits.
A judge suggests ways to conform litigation practices to present-day realities.
Your prose must proclaim not only what is going on in a case but also who you are.
The power, convenience, and affordability of mobile devices pose challenges for lawyers--discover your options.
Are the old rules on privacy still good enough?
Among the differences: in most international arbitrations, parties and their counsel are required to commit firmly and early to the facts they expect to prove.
A description of the ways in which lawyers need to change to function in a changed legal landscape.
What can you do under current ethics rules if a rival steals a client?