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Now appearing in your case…Cher! (access required)

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Whatever your niche in law, after a while, the cases can start to run together. Similar issues, similar arguments, similar complaints from the people involved. The script stays the same. Sometimes, however, that rare extra element can make one particular ...

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Top security threats to watch for in 2015 (access required)

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Every year brings new technology enhancements and opportunities, as well as security issues to go along with them. So far, it looks like 2015 should be a doozy. Whether you’re operating a small law practice or managing IT remotely for ...

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Ex-student sues JMU for discrimination based on handling of assault

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A former James Madison University student has sued the school for Title IX sexual discrimination based on its handling of sexual assault and harassment charges against three students. According to the suit filed by Sarah Butters on March 3 in ...

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Traits shared by effective mediators (access required)

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The small, first generation of lawsuit mediators experienced settlement negotiations from a unique perspective — not from the sides of the table, but at the center, where you see and hear much more, especially during confidential caucuses. Over the course ...

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EEOC expert slammed in background check case (access required)

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A federal appeals court has rejected a statistical expert offered in a legal challenge to an employer’s use of background checks brought by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals is the fourth federal appellate ...

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Budgeting for your practice’s lean months (access required)

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January sucks. I don’t know what it is about this time of year, but it’s not just me. I’ve talked to other solos or small-firm lawyers, and almost all of them have said the same thing. January sucks. It’s not ...

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