Advance directives aren't as simple as most people think. Here's how to help clients tailor POAs and living wills to their wishes.
June 2005 • Volume 93 • Number 6 • Pages 265–320
Orders of protection can become part of the gamesmanship of divorce. Here's how to represent plaintiffs and defendants in OP proceedings.
Suppose your client was left out of a will — can he contest it? This article discusses the legal landscape.
The author reviews recent decisions on the constitutional validity of the Act and recommends legislative action.
A look at common D&O policy provisions and exclusions with a view toward helping lawyers advise corporate clients.
An Impartial Look at Tort Reform?
A reflection on the bar year.an for it.
Involuntary dissolution for failure to pay taxes or fees can put directors and officers at risk.
Under current doctrine, foreign mass-tort plaintiffs are often left with little or nothing.
Would you want to read that e-mail in the newspaper? Think before you send.