A New York State appellate court rejects bid by family of Holocaust survivor to maintain possession of Iraqi antiquity.
The ruling involves the bank's troubled Countrywide Financial unit.
Alberto Guerra details his claimed role in massive bribery scheme.
By Joseph L. Meadows and Michael L. Kuppersmith
Leverage the benefits of your expert and expose the weaknesses of your opponent's expert.
By Jason Knott
When trial rolls around, getting emails before the jury isn't always so easy.
By Michael R. Lied
The key to cases involving multiple rulings on multiple claims? Simple: find the final judgment.
Donald W. Davis, Jr. (“Don”) has been named as the outstanding Subcommittee Chair in the Trial Practice Committee for 2012–2013. He will be recognized for this achievement at the upcoming Section Annual Conference in Chicago, Illinois.
We are looking for articles on trial practice and trial skills to publish on the website and in the quarterly committee journal.
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