A lie about the existence of a search warrant allowed a group of police officers to comb through an apartment and find crack cocaine and digital scales, leading to the conviction of one of the occupants after a federal judge ...Read More »
Discovery, the all-important quest for information on which litigation depends, used to involve digging through warehouses full of paper documents, piled sky-high in cardboard boxes. Today, of course, electronic storage keeps an exponentially larger number of documents much closer to ...Read More »
Contingent workers, more recently called on-demand workers or even micro-entrepreneurs, are a growing force in the labor market. These workers are relied upon almost entirely by app-based companies operating in the sharing economy, like industry giant Uber. However, these companies ...
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Quick, what do the Washington Redskins and the Asian-American band named The Slants have in common? If you said monikers that some members of certain ethnic groups find offensive, you would be partially correct. They are also embroiled in litigation ...Read More »
A recent encounter with opposing counsel in a very terse and contentious case got me thinking about the (over)use of the word “frivolous.” Speaking over the phone, the lawyer I’m referring to took the time to try to school me ...Read More »