Law enforcement officers for years have taken advantage of overly broad civil forfeiture laws.Read More »
Motions in limine can help deliver a jury win. Unfortunately, not all trial lawyers use motions in limine effectively.Read More »
Corporate tweeters or bloggers — employees who post promotional and often entertaining commentary on behalf of their employers’ businesses — add much of their own personal brand — their voice, their opinions, their snarky remarks — to the information they are disseminating on the company’s behalf.Read More »
Historically, the first 90 days has been when employers "test out" the new hire. It's even been called the "probationary period."Read More »
Sussex lawyer Dan Riegleman found his niche in the law in the late 1980s after talking to two brothers and a sister-in-law, all chiropractors, at a family gathering.Read More »
There are a number of all-too-well-known malpractice and grievance traps at a law firm: conflicts of interest, missed deadlines, lack of competency, confidentiality/fiduciary breaches, clerical errors, failure to document adequately and poor client relations. But other, hidden dangers could be lurking right under our noses.
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