Experienced practitioners offer pointers about protecting unmarried clients' rights to custody and property in the face of a breakup or legal challenge.
June 2006 • Volume 94 • Number 6 • Pages 269–328
A petitioners' lawyer looks at "utilization review," increased benefits, and other features of this comprehensive revamp of workers' compensation law and practice.
This article looks at how workers can protect their rights when their employer enters bankruptcy.
A review of recent statutory amendments to and supreme court decisions interpreting the Act.
Secured creditors must be prepared to modify their searching and filing practices to assure that security interests remain enforceable.
Settlement conference judges; parents aren't "visitors."
A look at the year just ending and the challenges ahead.
Proposed legislation would clarify LLC minority shareholders' rights and remedies.
The probate exception lay dormant for decades, but Anna Nicole Smith's case revived it.
Office sharers must keep their practices separate and their confidences secret.