Although a great deal of attention is directed toward social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and others, even the newest tools have a tough time matching up to a now-classic online strategy: the blog. “Blogs are still very relevant ...Read More »
When lawyers think about how to resolve disputes, they usually first consider traditional modes such as lawyer-to-lawyer negotiation or litigation. They may think of other processes – mediation, collaborative law or even arbitration – as more marginal “alternatives.” A better ...
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A former Regent University doctoral student with Asperger syndrome will not have to pay almost $340,000 in student loans she accumulated during her almost 20-year pursuit of higher education, including a stint at law school, a Maryland federal bankruptcy judge ...Read More »
It’s been nearly 200 years since an American court convicted anyone of piracy – that’s the seagoing, ship-raiding piracy, not the music-downloading kind. Last year, a Norfolk federal court convicted a group of Somali nationals of piracy, and on May ...Read More »