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Construction litigation booming as economy goes bust (access required)

Construction litigation is booming as the economy continues its downward spiral. The economic situation has spawned lawsuits over disputes that would be settled in a better economy. “In tough economic times, construction litigation always increases,” said Robert Denney, a Wayne, ...

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So who owns your e-mail once you die? (access required)

Ever wonder what happens to your e-mail after you die? So do many estate planning lawyers. Until recently, the question was purely academic, kicked around by attorneys on Internet chat rooms. But two recent cases have transformed the ownership of ...

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Rise in military divorces keeps family lawyers busy (access required)

Military marriages are another casualty of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and many divorce attorneys are getting a crash course on how to handle these complex cases. The increased number and length of overseas deployments are putting additional stress ...

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