News

Seach

Why Expand a Law Practice Across the State Lines?

Like changes in belt sizes, some law firms expand in unexpected ways. They hire more lawyers, merge with others, and morph into new entities before anyone notices. As long as there is room to grow, they will try to beat the competition to the market.… read more...

ABA's 5 Best Tips for Baby Lawyers

For those new associates and young lawyers just starting off in their career, it can be a little bit tricky deciding what advice is good, and what advice should just flat-out be ignored. And while you'll likely read a few blogs or advice columns from… read more...

Georgia's Exact Match Voter-ID Law Tossed by Federal Judge

Things are heating up in Georgia, and that's odd for early November. Unless, of course, it's an election year. Highlighting a recent string of national headlines, U.S. District Court Judge Eleanor Ross declared that Georgia's current voting procedures… read more...

Over Protests, Court Approves Huge Telescope on Hawaii's Mauna Kea

Mauna Kea is the largest mountain in the world, bigger than Mount Everest when measured from the sea floor. Because of its height and position on the Earth, it is also the site of some of the world's largest telescopes. One -- planned to be the biggest… read more...

Colorado Marijuana RICO Jury Trial Goes to Pot

The marijuana business is booming. But alongside the boom, the market, governments, and society in general are reacting to the rise of legal and medicinal marijuana. One seemingly nefarious response to the pot industry has been the rise of RICO lawsuits… read more...
Sponsor Site