A federal appellate court has issued a groundbreaking ruling on class determination through decision on merits, which splits with other circuits.
Intrastate deliveries are not enough for application of the Commerce Clause, according to a federal appellate court
A federal appellate court uses a circuit-split doctrine to overlook jurisdiction and dismiss malpractice claim.
Although only a small fraction of international travelers have their devices searched, the practice is on the rise.
Take advantage of the Rule's meet-and-confer requirement to prevent adverse consequences for your client.
From the global financial crisis to the COVID-19 pandemic, law firms have had to adapt to shifting economic landscapes and evolving client needs.
Does the jury know the answer? It doesn't matter. All that matters is what they think the answer should be.
Pro se litigants present unique challenges to a judicial system that prizes uniformity and consistency.
University Hospitals lists the five most stressful life events as: death of a loved one; divorce or separation; moving; long-term illness, and job loss.
A brief and human take on lessons learned and challeges overcome in the sometimes-chaotic legal profession.
Model rules require attorneys to provide clients communication tools to overcome language or other barriers.
An ethical duty of confidentiality extends to safeguarding a client's data from apps on smartphones.
Evidence of ethics violations of multi-jurisdictional practice admitted in unfair practice claim against lawyer.