By Shawn Healy One of the most common issues I hear from law students, lawyers and judges has to do with time, and I recently had the opportunity to listen to a podcast episode that shed new light on the ...
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By Naomi R. Shatz In April, six women filed a proposed class action gender discrimination, sexual harassment, and pregnancy discrimination lawsuit in federal court in Washington, D.C. against international law firm Jones Day, with four of the women proceeding under ...
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By Jared L. Hubbard and Malgorzata Mrózek In today’s globalized economy, local companies can have a global reach, entering into mergers, acquisitions, manufacturing contracts, licensing agreements, joint ventures, and research and development partnerships with companies and institutions around the world. ...
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Today’s corporate counsel must be much more than a good lawyer. More and more, that role calls for skills in project management and administration as well as the key element of protecting the organization from risk. That’s part of the ...Read More »
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) recently issued policy guidance in its Policy Manual, which states that violating a federal controlled substance law, including marijuana use, remains a conditional bar to establishing good moral character for naturalization purposes, regardless ...Read More »
With more and more people working remotely, a common question that clients asked this past tax season was whether they are eligible to take the home office deduction. This is also referred to as business use of home. The qualifying ...Read More »
Witness preparation and training is critically important. After all, evidence comes through witnesses. Bad witnesses, if they are prominent, can tank a case. Knowing where you stand with your witnesses and how they can help or hurt a story cannot ...Read More »