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By Raychel Lean | September 21, 2021
"If you were physically going to meet with a witness to prepare them for a deposition three, four or five times, supplement that with phone calls, little pep talks."
6 minute read
By Michael A. Mora | September 21, 2021
"For legitimate companies, there is a chilling effect through the community, and for fraudsters, the effect will be absolutely nothing," said Brian H. Bieber, a shareholder at GrayRobinson.
4 minute read
By Tom McParland | September 21, 2021
Comments from the bench seemed to question assertions by Randy Mastro of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher that the new measure was at odds with a U.S. Supreme Court ruling last month, which scrapped an earlier iteration that allowed tenants to self-certify that they had suffered financial hardship.
3 minute read
By Cedra Mayfield | September 21, 2021
"We understand the journey for justice is a marathon," attorney Mawuli Davis said. "This leg, we did what we set out to do: ... the U.S. Attorney's Office [acknowledged] that the FBI has an interest in this case."
4 minute read
By Ross Todd | September 21, 2021
Matthew Martino, the first member of his family to graduate college, regularly tells first-generation recruits about his background during interviews: "You can see them relax a bit. Then the interview becomes a lot more organic."
13 minute read
By Michael A. Mora | September 20, 2021
"I've always looked back at the end of parents' cases and felt really proud of what we accomplished," Stephen Cain, a partner at Stewart Tilghman Fox Bianchi & Cain, said.
8 minute read
By Trudy Knockless | September 20, 2021
"The great resignation is here, and lawyers are part of the nationwide trend of shaking up their work lives in unprecedented ways," said Kathryn Holt Richardson, founder and principal of HR Legal Search.
5 minute read
By Jasmine Floyd | September 20, 2021
"We no longer call it 'revenge porn' because that makes it sound like a petulant act by a bad boyfriend, whereas trolls, hackers, blackmailers are committing image-based sexual abuse on an industrial scale, and it terrifies victims," Dr. Ann Olivarius said.
8 minute read
By Stephen M. Kramarsky and John Millson | September 20, 2021
Does a place of "public accommodation" under the Americans With Disabilities Act require a "physical place"? The court in a recent case had to grapple with application of a statute drafted before the modern Internet to a rapidly evolved (and evolving) digital landscape.
11 minute read
By Quentin Brogdon | September 20, 2021
If ever there was an event on which witnesses should have agreed, the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas in 1963 was that event. Yet eyewitnesses to the assassination could not agree on even the most basic details of what happened in plain view in Dealey Plaza.
7 minute read
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