D.C. ethics committee urges caution when expressing views on social media.
Court adopts "related question approach" in requiring party to answer discrete subparts.
Focus on proportionality and forget "reasonably calculated," court says.
DWI felony conviction in another jurisdiction triggers instant disbarment.
Lawyers must evaluate how much they can disclose to the court, and then risk denial of the motion, or a grievance from the client, if they say too little or too much.
Ego prevents good lawyers from becoming great.
At least one district court has threatened to sanction counsel who do not cooperate.
The brave new world of the IoT across several product lines—home devices, automobiles, and medical devices.
Why leaving them for the judge to deal with can be a bad idea.
Drafting properly is the sine qua non for achieving your client's objectives in litigation.