Sky News recently trumpeted that according to an ‘exclusive’ poll by professional research company Survation, the UK is currently split right down the middle over EU membership.
On June 3, 2013, President Obama signed a new executive order expanding U.S. extraterritorial sanctions on Iran to multinational corporations that engage in significant financial or commercial transactions with the Iranian automotive sector.
One of the most misunderstood concepts by non-lawyers is what it means to make partner in a law firm. Even some lawyers don’t get this. A lot of people assume (incorrectly) that all partners are paid the same. Not even close.
After being indicted on multiple charges of fraud in 2009, Missouri resident Sharon Nekol Province has pleaded guilty to facilitating a massive $600 million Ponzi scheme run through the rather lucrative business of pre-paid funeral services.
The fashion industry is finally loosening its buttons—several decades and a few billion dollars in advertising later, retailers are moving away from using high-priced models and exotic locations to lure customers.
There is significant tension between the goals of scientific research and the demands of litigation. For scientific researchers, the amount of time required to respond to discovery takes away valuable time that might be otherwise devoted to research.
The federal Lobbying Disclosure Act (LDA) has been around for a long time. It was significantly updated in the 1980’s during the Clinton Administration.
In a race to the courthouse, your opponent files first in a distant state court. You want to be in federal court—but preferably in your home district, not in your opponent’s district.