By Taifha Natalee Alexander | September 29, 2023
Lawyers have used rappers' lyrics as evidence in criminal cases since shortly after the rise of gangsta rap in the late 1980s.
By Christian Petrucci | September 29, 2023
The court ultimately concluded that the communications in question as revealed in the record were not sufficient to satisfy the notice requirements of the act, thereby reversing the underlying decisions of both the workers' compensation judge (WCJ) and the Workers' Compensation Appeal Board (board).
By J. Mark Santiago | September 29, 2023
This article maps out a system that would enable law firm management to implement a meaningful pay-for-performance system that drives positive associate performance and enhances the firm's culture.
By Carl W. Hittinger and Michael Neminski | September 29, 2023
While the DOJ is continuing its aggressive prosecution of criminal cases, it is also now utilizing alternative methods to pursue alleged monopolistic conduct.
By NJLJ Young Lawyers Advisory Board | September 29, 2023
Mastering the virtual interview is an important skill not just for law students and young associates, but also for the law firms that are hiring new associates and laterals. First impressions matter, and in today's hiring market, the first impression is the virtual interview.
By Lauren Tringali, QuisLex | September 29, 2023
In today's interconnected world, legal disputes transcend borders and languages. As global business interactions surge and regulatory complexities…
By Joel Cohen | September 29, 2023
Former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson will be called to testify at the most important trial in America about her unique act of heroism. And whether or not she told the prosecutors in advance her plan to write a book, or that she was already writing one, they simply lacked the ability to demand that she not, a Law Journal columnist writes.
By Amir Kashani, Xuechen (Rebecca) Ding and Aseet Patel | September 28, 2023
Takeaways from 'IBM v. Zillow' from a Patent Drafting Perspective Part Two of a Two-Part Article Part One of this article discussed the IBM v. Zillow case, where IBM sued Zillow for infringing on seven IBM's patents directed to artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms for estimating property value. This segment analyzes the claims made in the case and presents some tips for drafting AI-related claims from the perspective of patent infringement.
By Hector D. LaSalle | September 28, 2023
On Nov. 14, the Second Department will host a symposium meant to encourage meaningful and thought-provoking dialogue on artificial intelligence.
By Jessica L. Mazzeo | September 28, 2023
The most recent threats to dismantle DEI in the United States are now aimed at the legal industry, but we cannot relent against these attacks and instead must remain resilient with our DEI efforts now and well into the future.
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