Understanding prospective client's value proposition is the first step to using fees as a marketing tool, explains Sharon Berman of Berbay Corp.
Israel's experience suggests appellate option being rolled out in U.S. won't make arbitration that much more attractive, writes Eric Sherby.
James Ware of JAMS recounts a discussion among judges and attorneys on top-of-mind issues for Silicon Valley tech employers.
SEC's revised settlement policies may affect your individual and company clients, advises securities attorney Jared Kopel.
Injecting a creativity approach to your case-handling strategy may result in novel ways of presenting issues to the trier of fact, explains Paul Roberts of The Focal Point.
California's green chemistry initiative is finally (maybe) underway, says Joshua Bloom of Barg Coffin Lewis & Trapp.
In recent decisions the California Supreme Court and Ninth Circuit have found ways around Concepcion, explains Michael Cole of Miller Law Group.
SB404's failure to define key terms could result in costly lawsuits for employers, explains Dana Kravetz of Michelman & Robinson.
California and U.S. Supreme Courts are playing tug of war with the scope of enforceability of class action waivers
Attorneys must balance the obligation to preserve evidence with restrictions on employers' access to employee accounts, explain Sheppard Mullin attorneys.
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