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Topics are often reflective of commonly asked legal questions and provide helpful insights and answers. The legal website also includes an attorney directory, legal glossary and both local and national blog feeds.

Some of the key topic areas and attorney types are personal injury attorneys, criminal defense attorneys, divorce and family law attorneys, bankruptcy law attorneys, disability law attorneys, business attorneys, real estate attorneys, estate planning attorneys and workers’ compensation attorneys.

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Talking Trendspotter: Readers (Including BASF’s In-House Counsel) Say Remote Work Flexibility Is a DEI Issue

In a recent message to the company’s outside counsel, BASF General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer Matt Lepore said remote work flexibility “has become an important D&I topic,” adding that the pandemic created “an inflection point for us to embrace a new way of working that fosters, not hinders, diversity and inclusion.”         Click Here […]

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Biden Nominee and Appellate Veteran Toby Heytens Sees Clear Path to Fourth Circuit Confirmation

“With a Democrat president, in a state with two Democratic colleagues who are here, I’m not sure that we could hope for anything better than a smart, experienced liberal with the misfortune of extensive experience before the increasingly erratic Fourth Circuit,” top Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley said of Heytens.         Click Here To Read The […]

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Critical Mass: Johnson & Johnson Held In Contempt After Witness Fails To Appear At Trial. A $26B Opioid Settlement Will Rely Heavily On Participation.

A judge on Monday ordered Johnson & Johnson in contempt of court after its witness failed to appear during a talcum powder trial. A revised $26 billion global settlement to resolve the opioid crisis is dependent on who participates and who doesn’t. Who did Philips North America retain to represent it in lawsuits over its […]

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