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 »
What do you do if a job candidate walks into an interview wearing a hijab, yarmulke or cross? You may have no intention of discussing religion during the interview, yet the candidate’s headwear, facial hair, jewelry or tattoos may raise ...Read More »
BALTIMORE — The full 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said it will consider whether police need a search warrant to get the cellphone-tower records of suspected criminals in an effort to track down their whereabouts when the crime was ...Read More »
With the onset of fall, the kids are back in school and football has begun. Perhaps more even more important to me — a child of the ’70s who was raised with the TV as a babysitter — a new ...Read More »
As mediators, attorneys and educators, we understand the importance of preparing litigators to engage in mediation advocacy effectively. We also understand the realities of law firm practice and the scarcity of time attorneys have to devote to professional development. However, ...
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