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Representing A Defendant (access required)

Your client, a real-estate developer, is on the phone, and he sounds apprehensive. Three years ago, the developer bought 100 acres of land on which he intends to build a small housing development. Recently, however, someone faxed him a copy ...

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The Law Practice Of Tomorrow Is Here Today (access required)

BALTIMORE — A blind witness in Virginia Beach refreshes her recollection by reading a scanned Braille document. A Reston attorney uses closed-circuit television to conduct a live direct examination of an expert in London. A lawyer in Bristol presents a ...

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To Wit (access required)

Editor’s Note: September’s here and time for the baseball pennant races to get serious. Except in Seattle, where they started printing playoff tickets in June and where Mariners phenom Ichiro Suzuki (the only guy in the majors to wear his ...

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In Camera (access required)

They don’t make actresses much more adorable than Reese Witherspoon, the human lemon drop who stars as the unlikeliest of law students in the comedy “Legally Blonde.” Like Jean Harlow with an iBook, Witherspoon is such a force of nature ...

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Law Firm Management (access required)

CLEVELAND — With insurers taking an increasingly hard line on attorney fees over the past decade, those working in the insurance defense field must evaluate whether their practice must be changed to remain profitable and explore possible alternatives, explained a ...

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Law Office Management (access required)

Lawyers are often stunned when a valued employee unexpectedly resigns. In many cases, the departing staff member sent prior warning signals but the responsible lawyers failed to investigate or, worse, did not take the warnings seriously. The risks of such ...

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Letter To The Editor (access required)

Lawyer Takes A “Closer Look” At John Marshall Dear Editor: Your Jan. 29 column on “The Life and Legacy of Chief Justice John Marshall” provided a welcome break from the 21st century. While few would dispute that his tenure as ...

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