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Sometimes Reading the Policy Is Not Enough

Feb 11, 2015 By: John K. DiMugno

A recent California appellate decision shows that sometimes adjusters must pay as much attention to statues mandating the content of an insurance policy as to the unambiguous language of the policy in adjusting claims.

“Caveat Emptor” is not a free pass for fraud

Feb 11, 2015 By: Legal Solutions

“Caveat Emptor” is not a free pass for fraud

Strange Journeys: Or how I learned to stop worrying and love the ride

Feb 10, 2015 By: Emily Baxter

You never know where your career path will lead.

Supporting your client’s employee termination process

Feb 10, 2015 By: Alan Gutterman

Business counselor can assist their client through the termination process by providing them with tips and tools on how to handle the “exit interview”.

Supreme Court hints from same-sex marriage in Alabama

Feb 10, 2015 By: Jeremy Byellin

Same-sex marriage has been on quite a ride in the state of Alabama this week. And the Supreme Court’s actions over it are very telling.

Tugboat Engineer Nets $688K for Fall After Order to Check Radar in Cramped Space/Rough Seas

Feb 10, 2015 By: Jury Verdicts

Neal v. International Marine Inc. (E.D. La.) Tugboat Engineer Nets $688K for Fall After Order to Check Radar in Cramped Space/Rough Seas

Cancelled rock concert is not always cause for a lawsuit

Feb 10, 2015 By: Legal Solutions

A cancelled rock concert is not always cause for a lawsuit

My Alternative Legal Career: Teaching and Technology

Feb 9, 2015 By: Samuel Berbano

How can we, as lawyers, make sense of all the information in our practice? If you’re passionate about answering that question, you can find opportunities in the New Normal.

Law Librarianship – The Career That Lets You Be Teacher, Lawyer, and Librarian. Why Pick Just One?

Feb 9, 2015 By: Valerie Aggerbeck

Law librarianship is the career that lets you be teacher, lawyer, and librarian all at once!

The Federal Government can only be sued when it consents to it

Feb 9, 2015 By: Legal Solutions

The Federal Government can only be sued when it consents to it

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