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Presumption that court records are open to the public: The default rule

Jan 28, 2015 By: Dennis Wall

The default presumption is that court records are open to the public.

Washington Elder Law Practice Report (#25) / State pushes to maximize health exchange enrollment

Jan 28, 2015 By: Ferd H. Mitchell

The Washington State Health Benefit Exchange is moving on several fronts to maximize health insurance enrollment before the second ACA enrollment deadline.

You should not slumber on your rights

Jan 28, 2015 By: Legal Solutions

When it comes to your legal rights, don’t sleep on them.

Highlights from the January issue of the Federal Rules of Evidence News

Jan 27, 2015 By: Gregory Bell

The Federal Rules of Evidence News is a monthly newsletter with case summaries to help you stay current with new court opinions construing the Federal Rules of Evidence.

Supreme Court to decide Oklahoma lethal injection challenge

Jan 27, 2015 By: Jeremy Byellin

Late last Friday, the Supreme Court agreed to hear the challenge to Oklahoma’s lethal injection regime by three inmates on death row.

Defendant Failed to De-Energize Facility; Scaffolding Worker Hit by Arc Receives $35.9 Million for Injuries Including Quadriplegia

Jan 27, 2015 By: Jury Verdicts

Palomino v.l Potomac Electric Power Company (Md.Cir.Ct.) Defendant Failed to De-Energize Facility; Scaffolding Worker Hit by Arc Receives $35.9 Million for Injuries Including Quadriplegia

Attorney cannot drop client like a hot potato to pick up more lucrative client

Jan 27, 2015 By: Legal Solutions

Attorney cannot not drop client like a hot potato to pick up more lucrative client

How to Add Events in Firm Central and Outlook

Jan 26, 2015 By: Lane Okney

You can now sync Firm Central calendar events with Outlook and create Firm Central events in Outlook, making your practice management solution even more effective.

Spanish Court Action Threatens Online Privacy

Jan 26, 2015 By: Craig Blakeley

Arrests by Spanish authorities of terror suspects were made on the basis of their use of encrypted email services, raising serious concerns about the government’s online privacy views.

A person assumes the risk when they voluntarily engage in dangerous behavior

Jan 26, 2015 By: Legal Solutions

A person assumes the risk when they voluntarily engage in dangerous behavior

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