Can you get the other side's damaging Facebook posts into evidence? How do you make sure they don't vanish? Here's a look at emerging principles and best practices.
June 2014 • Volume 102 • Number 6 • Pages 257–304
Recent appellate opinions and orders show that too many attorneys improperly label and file motions to dismiss and for summary judgment at the trial level. Here's how to get it right.
Find out what the cases say about how to calculate a defendant's speedy-trial period.
What constitutes contributory negligence in the med-mal context? This article explains the basics.
The author argues that wages used for investments or to purchase luxuries should be subject to collection by a judgment creditor.
Is there a reasonable expectation of privacy in public conversations? PI economics: bond yields and the interest rate.
Is service of process valid if it's on the defendant's father, in the defendant's driveway?
A look at the projects, programs, and many accomplishments that made up the 2013-14 bar year.
Aren't women lawyers competent to make their own judgments about what to wear to work?