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Parental Alienation In Child Custody Cases

Robert S. Hoffman and Jennie R. Smith

While parental alienation has always existed, only recently have family courts begun to take notice of the issue when it occurs, to recognize that it is profoundly harmful to any child or children caught in the middle of a custody case, and to understand that serious measures must be taken to remedy the situation.

Cyber Crime and the Standard of Care

James W. Walker

Protecting the confidentiality of communications and client-sourced documents can prove challenging in an age of routine cyberattacks.

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