Georgia's recent enactment of the Safe Carry Protection Act leaves controversy in its wake as gun control supporters argue that it compromises public safety.
Several groups have filed suit against the federal government in response to the recent influx of unaccompanied minors crossing over into the United States and their resulting treatment.
Organizations continue working on raising awareness, yet a change in immigration policy is needed to offer benefits such as permanent residency and citizenship.
By Leigh-Ann A. Buchanan
Court now recognizes private foreign arbitration proceedings as qualified for section 1782 discovery assistance from U.S. courts.
By William B. Panlilio
Lessons learned and potential impact of BG Group PLC v. Republic of Argentina.
By Guy Kamealoha Noa
Will the fraud ruling in Chevron Corp. v. Donziger impact the success of enforcing foreign judgments in the U.S.?
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An overview of this specific type of litigation and some tips on how best to handle these cases, which present several unique scenarios and challenges for attorneys. (12:41 min)
Making the switch from the public sector to private realm can be challenging. Listen as former prosecutor Andre Caldwell shares advice on how to make this transition go smoothly. (7:29 min)
Joe Hanna gives tips on conducting pretrial discovery and using experts to help give you the advantage. (9:10 min)
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This practical guide surveys current conflicts among the Circuit Courts of Appeal in antitrust litigation.
The ABA Canons of Ethics was adopted in 1908 and created ethical standards for lawyers.