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Lawyer Sniffs Out Covid Loan Fraud as DOJ Sleuth Suing From Afar

Lawyer Sniffs Out Covid Loan Fraud as DOJ Sleuth Suing From Afar

Bryan Quesenberry has filed lawsuits against hundreds of small businesses he’d never heard of, joined settlements in courtrooms he’ll never visit, and kick-started...

The Myth of the ‘Lone Wolf’ Shooter

The Myth of the ‘Lone Wolf’ Shooter

Wolves are not a particularly special species. They are not as menacing nor as powerful as mountain lions. They are not as big as many other predators, nor as strong, nor...

Is the public empowered to seek justice when needed? – The Barrister Magazine

Is the public empowered to seek justice when needed? – The Barrister Magazine

Before a court case can begin, the victim must feel empowered to take steps against the perpetrator. They need to understand what has happened to them, come to terms with the...

Lawyers: Nearly $1B tentative settlement in condo collapse

Lawyers: Nearly $1B tentative settlement in condo collapse

FILE - Coast Guard boats patrol in front of the partially collapsed Champlain Towers South condo building, July 1, 2021, in Surfside, Fla. A nearly $1 billion tentative...

Future Proofing: Return to Normal or

Future Proofing: Return to Normal or

At the most basic level, lawyers help clients by giving them advice on their legal problems. That can be a solo or small firm lawyer advising a client on a domestic matter, a...

Uber’s Top Lawyer Saw Pay Dip 40% Amid Driver Status Fights (1)

Uber’s Top Lawyer Saw Pay Dip 40% Amid Driver Status Fights (1)

Tony West, the high-profile law department leader at Uber Technologies Inc., saw his total compensation at the ride-sharing giant fall almost 40% last year. Uber disclosed...

ANALYSIS: Gauging the Research Gap Between Law Students, Lawyers

ANALYSIS: Gauging the Research Gap Between Law Students, Lawyers

Thanks to what we’ve all learned in our first-year legal research and writing course, it’s no surprise that law students and practicing attorneys both gravitate toward...

Self-Dealing Lawyer Held Jointly and Severally Liable in Trade Secret Misappropriation | JD Supra

Self-Dealing Lawyer Held Jointly and Severally Liable in Trade Secret Misappropriation | JD Supra

The US Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit affirmed a judgment holding a lawyer jointly and severally liable for trade secret misappropriation and fraudulent transfer and...

U.S. Oil Industry Trade Group Changes Lawyers as Gas Prices Soar

U.S. Oil Industry Trade Group Changes Lawyers as Gas Prices Soar

The American Petroleum Institute, the largest lobbying group for the U.S. oil and gas industry, has promoted from within to replace its former legal chief, Paul Afonso. Ryan...

ANALYSIS: Missing Piece of Multidisciplinary Teams: Non-Lawyers

ANALYSIS: Missing Piece of Multidisciplinary Teams: Non-Lawyers

Preliminary results from Bloomberg Law’s Legal Ops & Tech 2022 Survey suggest that lawyers are still not expanding their multidisciplinary teams to include non-attorneys. In...

Do Texas Prison Conditions Violate Human Rights Standards? One Scottish Court Says Yes

Do Texas Prison Conditions Violate Human Rights Standards? One Scottish Court Says Yes

Late last year, a Scottish court quietly refused what seemed like a routine extradition. It wasn’t that of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, whose drawn-out efforts to avoid the...

Cover-Up Would Be Crime in Probe of Supreme Court Ruling Leak

Cover-Up Would Be Crime in Probe of Supreme Court Ruling Leak

Chief Justice William Rehnquist gathered a couple dozen new Supreme Court clerks together in 1994 and made very clear the importance of both the work they would do and the need...