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Cybersecurity Insurance: Let the Buyer Beware

Jun 8, 2015 By: Craig Blakeley

Cybersecurity insurance coverage could actually result in greater potential liability to the businesses that rely on it.

A prosecutor should not be put in the rhetorical straitjacket of always using the passive voice

Jun 8, 2015 By: Legal Solutions

A prosecutor should not be put in the rhetorical straitjacket of always using the passive voice

My ten years with the Reference Attorneys

Jun 7, 2015 By: Scott Morgan

I am so proud to have been a part of the Reference Attorney experience and a hearty congratulations on its 30th anniversary.

The satisfaction from helping to tackle a tricky issue

Jun 6, 2015 By: Brandon Gil

The best part of the job is hearing a thankful customer give a sigh of relief and say, “now I can get on with the rest of my day!”

Survey of Fee-Shifting Bylaws Suggests DGCL Amendments Won’t End Debate

Jun 5, 2015 By: Craig Eastland

Corporate fee-shifting bylaws, which require losing plaintiff shareholders in derivitive actions to reimburse the corporation for its legal costs, are becoming more common.

Our editorial content is a great place to start in unknown terrain

Jun 5, 2015 By: Angela Haukebo

There’s no need to struggle crafting a search and reinventing the wheel when our editorial teams have already put in so much time and effort to identify relevant cases.

Today in 2000: The Supreme Court decides landmark grandparent visitation case

Jun 5, 2015 By: Jeremy Byellin

On June 5, 2000, the Supreme Court decided Troxel v. Granville, siding in favor of the parent in a grandparent visitation dispute.

Where evidence is balanced, plain error by court can tip scales of justice against defendant

Jun 5, 2015 By: Legal Solutions

Where evidence is balanced, plain error by court can tip scales of justice against defendant

Dropping the ‘F-Bomb’ on your manager via social media: No problem?

Jun 4, 2015 By: Sandra Johnson

Although there is no clear agreement on whether and what types of obscenities cross the invisible line of acceptable workplace speech, there

The gratification of working for a company with a strong history within the legal profession

Jun 4, 2015 By: Sally Toman

It has been gratifying for me to work for a company with such a deep-seated history within the legal profession.