Water Contamination at Camp Lejeune Marine Corps BaseAugust 12, 2022
From 1957 through 1987, the drinking water at Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Base in North Carolina was contaminated with poisonous chemicals. Millions of...
A solo practitioner focusing on family law in Maryland has been disbarred after using assigned power of attorney to make cash withdrawals from a client’s trust account, and then allegedly misappropriating funds and failing to account for $594,247, according to a Maryland Supreme Court opinion. Click Here To Read The Full Article
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The idea was brought up at the Advisory Committee on Appellate Rules’ latest meeting this week, and appears to be welcomed by appellate practitioners. Click Here To Read The Full Article
Second-year associates and 19th-year partners share the same billing rate in recent bankruptcy filings. Click Here To Read The Full Article
Some legal professionals are considering using ChatGPT technology to assist with certain writing and administrative tasks, but when it comes to making judgments and providing advice, many attorneys agree there’s no replacement for human intelligence. Click Here To Read The Full Article