Last weekend, I read The Great Decision: Jefferson, Adams, Marshall, and the Battle for the Supreme Court, which is a short account of the Supreme Court case, Marbury v. Madison. This book provides a good refresher about an important event in U.S. history as well as... read more
I have several cases that need cracking. A couple of employment cases that have employers who are inattentive to the case or who have bad memories. Either way, these defendants are not producing much information, and I know that there is more than has been produced,... read more
In many cases, a client can secure legal representation without any out of pocket expense for attorney fees by hiring a lawyer on a contingency fee arrangement. The way a contingency fee works is that a lawyer agrees to be compensated from the proceeds of a settlement... read more
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