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What to Do When Judges Make Courtroom Speeches

Sometimes, a judge has to speak his or her mind. And when a judge steps down from the bench, walks down to the well and addresses the courtroom audience, it's really time to listen. It's not about the record; it's about the lesson. That's the law between… read more...

DNA Testing Under Scrutiny

While Josiah Sutton was sitting in prison on rape charges, his mother was thanking God. He had been convicted years earlier on DNA evidence, but she knew he was innocent. When she learned about problems at the crime lab, she also knew that her prayers… read more...

Not Your Father's E-Discovery: Emoji Evidence

E-discovery has come a long way since it first debuted. Papering your opponent has never been easier and no longer requires spending hundreds or thousands of dollars on copying and a crosstown courier. Now, it is routine for document dumps to be fully… read more...

Legal Hurdles to Las Vegas Mass Shooting Lawsuits

With 58 dead and nearly 500 wounded, it's possible that just as many lawsuits could be filed in the Las Vegas massacre of Oct. 1. But so far only two lawsuits have been filed, and legal experts say their chances for recovery are not very good. After… read more...

How Working in the Cloud Can Keep Your Practice Competitive

Everybody is in the cloud these days, including lawyers of all sizes. From BigLaw to solo practitioners, cloud computing has become a great equalizer. It enables almost any lawyer to practice virtually anywhere. Many concerns, like cybersecurity and… read more...
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