Articles From Joe Souligne

Papering the File: Trials on the Papers as an Alternative to In-Person Trials By Joe Souligne Young Lawyers Division, January 2021 As many lawyers and clients struggle to advance litigation matters due to crowded dockets and court delays exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic, one potential tool that should be considered by those practicing in federal courts is a trial on the papers.
Restrictive Covenant Rules in the Real World By Joe Souligne Civil Practice and Procedure, August 2020 Although the law regarding restrictive covenants is often considered well settled, such contractual clauses can still lead to many fundamental disagreements as to their enforceability, especially where commercial interests are concerned.
The Unlimited Potential of Limited Scope Engagements By Joe Souligne Commercial Banking, Collections, and Bankruptcy, April 2020 Limited scope engagements, which are an often-overlooked tool, can be advantageous to both lawyers and clients.
The Unlimited Potential of Limited Scope Engagements By Joe Souligne Civil Practice and Procedure, March 2020 Limited scope engagements, which are an often-overlooked tool, can be advantageous to both lawyers and clients.

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