Should discussions between attorneys and their firm's in-house counsel remain confidential?Read More »
JACKSON, Miss. — The U.S. Supreme Court has scheduled a Feb. 15 conference to decide if it will hear an appeal from imprisoned former attorney Paul Minor. Minor has asked the nation’s high court to overturn his sentence in a ...Read More »
Does it make sense for a company to hire in-house counsel during trying economic times?
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How do your companies measure your department's value? What is the best method?
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Maryland’s highest court on Tuesday reinstated an immigration lawyer it had disbarred in 2007 after he pleaded guilty to felonious involvement in an immigration fraud scheme.Read More »
Should there be fewer restrictions on foreign general counsels in the United States?
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Thomas P. Dore’s practice of authorizing his employees to sign his name on some affidavits did more than throw the foreclosure process into a spin in many Maryland courts. It also sparked an investigation and a disciplinary petition by the Attorney Grievance Commission.Read More »