Now more than ever, great technology tools - many especially designed for lawyers - are amazingly affordable if not free. But don't forget the crucial difference between "frugal" and "cheap."
January 2014 • Volume 102 • Number 1 • Pages 1–52
This little-known statute enables plaintiffs - but not defendants - to take discovery from a non-party respondent and provides a six-month "grace period" from statutes of limitations.
What happens when a child of divorce's college tuition bill comes due and the parties didn't specify who pays? The language in the divorce decree can make all the difference.
Employers understandably want to create policies limiting employees' social media posts about company business. But the NLRA imposes some surprising limits.
Implicit bias and stereotypes can affect the fairness of legal proceedings. It's important for lawyers and judges to examine unconscious attitudes and their hidden dangers.
Large bar, small bar - we all need each other.
Nominate yourself for a section council or committee for 2014-15.
Here's how to get off to a good start.
The Federal Digital System (FDsys) now includes an expanded library of federal cases.
New statutory and case law could affect employers' workplace policies.