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Here is what the district court should know about a proposed class settlement.
An examination of the various defense strategies in the Galleon Group insider trading case provides insight into what factors are important at sentencing.
A judge comments on the difficulty of devising appropriate sentences.
Several significant issues recur in these investigations that can be addressed in ways that may bolster the odds of a better outcome.
A huge number of companies are incorporated in Delaware, making it important to get a handle on the unique ways litigation is conducted there.
With global trade rapidly expanding, attorneys are increasingly exploring how to address disputes that cross borders.
Maritime practitioners should be aware that other jurisdictions’ laws may be applicable to their cases and the rules for sorting through them.
Here is a guide to understanding the unfinished business rule, which has been applied to law firms for more than 60 years.
How limited-scope projects can offer a low-risk way to reform federal civil procedure.
Eliminate the apologetic explanations about being an attorney.
Changing the culture of discovery, early judicial case management, and other ways to improve litigation.
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A mock trial in Uzbekistan offers new perspective on the U.S. justice system.
The method behind Supreme Court madness on same-sex marriage.
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Does an advice-of-counsel defense waive attorney-client privilege?