Earlier this week, we told you what clients look for in an attorney. Now, when all those clients come rushing to your door, how do you decide whom to represent? It's better to assess what you want in a client sooner, rather than later, because once the relationship begins,...... Click through to keep reading this post on FindLaw.com... […]
You're a young associate looking to make a lateral move. Maybe you've reached out to another firm, or another firm has reached out to you. Either way, your first point of contact is going to be The Recruiter (that is, the in-house recruiter, who's different from the outside recruiter). It's...... Click through to keep reading this post on […]
While certainly not as exciting as the prospect of six Californias, or as debatable as the value of the death penalty, there are still many legal issues in California that are making headlines. In this week's update, we take a look at a new celebrity lawsuit, how California is...... Click through to keep reading this post on FindLaw.com... […]
Aereo was an online service that rebroadcast over-the-air network programming over the Internet. That didn't work out so well for them, especially once they reached the U.S. Supreme Court. But buried in that SCOTUS opinion was a nugget of hope: a DVR service. The Court explicitly noted that it was...... Click through to keep reading this post on FindLaw […]
On August 6, 2014, the Sixth Circuit will hear oral arguments in five consolidated cases addressing same-sex marriage bans in every state in the circuit -- Kentucky, Tennessee, Michigan and Ohio.Though the Tenth Circuit (in cases involving Utah and Oklahoma) and Fourth Circuit (in a case involving Virginia) have already...... Click through to keep reading th […]
Residents of Massachusetts might remember that in October 2011, a surprise "nor'easter" swept across New England, downing power lines, closing roads, and -- most importantly -- depriving cable customers of "Sopranos" reruns. A scant month later, four plaintiffs filed a suit in state court against Charter Communications, their cable.. […]
Fresh on the heels of settling a labor class action (assuming the objectors don't nuke the deal) regarding a Silicon Valley anti-poaching pact, Apple finds itself again on the defensive, and again, it's a labor class action.This time, a mega-class of current and former Apple workers in California allege that...... Click through to keep reading this […]
It was barely a few months' time before a nominee was put forward to fill Senior Judge Andre Davis' seat. At the time, we were shocked; considering the number of vacancies nationwide, some of which were many years old, a vacancy being filled this quickly was basically a modern miracle....... Click through to keep reading this post on FindLaw.com... […]
We've all heard the now conventional wisdom about watching what you post online, especially when you post under your real name. A candidate for the federal bench, Kansas City attorney Stephen Bough, is living out that life lesson right now after the Senate Judiciary Committee brought up his blogging past...... Click through to keep reading this post on […]
FindLaw columnist Eric Sinrod writes regularly in this section on legal developments surrounding technology and the Internet. WHEN WILL IT stop? We have been hearing about cyberhacking for years, and rather than hack attacks dropping out of the news, we continue to be inundated with reports of successful hacks....... Click through to keep reading this post o […]
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