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Truck heater suppliers sued for price-fixing

Jun 22, 2015 By: Debby Nathan

A trucking company has alleged in a federal class-action lawsuit that companies that sell parking heaters for commercial vehicles have conspired to fix prices for the products.

Legal Industry Update from Sameena Kluck

Jun 22, 2015 By: Sameena Kluck

Working closely with some of the largest law firms in the country, I have an opportunity to see legal industry trends in real-time.

Proactive Planning in this Regulatory Environment: Hope is not an Option

Jun 22, 2015 By: Bernadette Bulacan, Esq.

In times of increased regulatory risk, as we are in now, it’s hard to imagine that a legal department not proactively addressing trending regulatory issues.

New Webinar Recording: Understanding & Identifying PIPEs

Jun 22, 2015 By: Craig Eastland

Please click on the link below to hear to Andy Duggan’s most recent webinar wherein he provides search strategies to solve the vexing problem of identifying transactions where publicly-registered equity is sold in a private placement

Big League Computer Hacking

Jun 22, 2015 By: Craig Blakeley

Recent reports indicate that Major League Baseball has apparently suffered one of its most prominent computer hacking incidents.

Reference Attorneys are a Go-To Resource at Thomson Reuters

Jun 22, 2015 By: Natalie Latzka

In addition to providing our customers with world-class service every day, Reference Attorneys are a valuable company resource for tackling complex projects.

Closing government for celebratory reason is a legal holiday

Jun 22, 2015 By: Legal Solutions

Closing government for celebratory reason is a legal holiday

Reference Attorney Tip: Leverage Editorial Enhancements

Jun 21, 2015 By: Tony Blum

Decisions in the annotations and digests have already been categorized and compiled by our own Attorney Editors, saving you time and money.

Rewards of Being a Reference Attorney

Jun 20, 2015 By: Bill Dunning

The transition to Reference Attorney has been an enjoyable and rewarding one for this large law firm lawyer.

Today in 1961: SCOTUS bars compulsory professions of a belief in God for public officeholders

Jun 19, 2015 By: Jeremy Byellin

On June 19, 1961, the Supreme Court ruled in Torcaso v. Watkins that states may not compel those seeking public office to profess a belief in the existence of God.