My first Constant Contact email was a holiday wish to our clients. And here is is. Merry Christmas.
Dewey & LeBoeuf is the biggest AmLaw 200 firm to collapse, but its not the only one. Here are 10 other law firm failures that made news in their day.
The story of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 this year is how the Supreme Court can sometimes see a legal issue so clearly despite confusion and conflicts among the lower federal courts.
The LexDigerati law blog (blawg) made this compilation of “Blogs of the AmLaw 100″ earlier this week.
It took a little bit of time, but the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts has issued revised jury instructions, recommended for all federal cases, updated for today’s social media age.
A J.D. degree is not worth what it once was as the legal industry wrestles with unprecedented business changes.
Today we’re tweeting with @glennm, biglaw antitrust / telecom / technology litigator turned Web 2.0 legal guru.
Law is a “life of boring mendacity punctuated by brief moments of sheer terror.”
Psychological issues are part of the dark underbelly of the legal profession, in which suicide ranks second only to dentistry as a cause of professional death.
The official trade rag of the legal industry — a notorious technology backwater for decades — is publicizing the wonders of the Internet social networking phenomenon Twitter.