Any “grace period” litigators have had since the new e-discovery rules went into effect in December 2006 may be coming to a close. “Courts are becoming increasingly intolerant of e-discovery errors and omissions,” says Jeane Thomas, a Washington D.C. lawyer ...Read More »
A newspaper carrier who was left a quadriplegic after a garbage truck collided with this 1990 Jeep Cherokee in Fairfax County has settled his claim for $12 million. Jerome Stewart has medical bills of more than $1 million and has ...Read More »
Moonshine has a place in the popular imagination. There was Snuffy Smith, the outdated cartoon hillbilly who fought off “revenooers.” Then, there was “Thunder Road.” Not the Bruce Springsteen song off the “Born to Run” album – the 1958 Robert ...Read More »
It was a few hours after a disciplinary panel of the North Carolina State Bar found that Mike Nifong, the Durham district attorney handling the Duke lacrosse team rape case, had withheld crucial evidence from the defendants and that engaged ...Read More »
The trial of the $54 million pants suit in DC came to an end on Wednesday, and the presiding judge said she will issue a ruling next week. This case involves an administrative law judge, Roy Pearson, who took a ...Read More »
Virginia’s U.S. senators, John Warner and Jim Webb, have recommended five candidates to President Bush for two pending seats on the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, reports The Associated Press. They are U.S. District Judge Glen E. Conrad, Virginia ...
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