Extradition Extravaganza

Jan 31, 2014 By: Nathan Shoff

From the perspective of an American attorney, the double-jeopardy issues inherent in Italy’s criminal trial and appeals process are troubling. However, I do not see them rising to the level of being a complete bar to Ms. Knox’s extradition in this case.

Feds Look to Crowdsourcing for Help with Medicaid Fraud

Jan 20, 2014 By: Lauren Jones

Medicaid programs have long grappled with fraud and abuse issues. Recently, however, the federal agency which oversees state Medicaid programs sought help from “the crowd” and launched an online competition for software developers.

Webinar: Emerging technologies and insurance fraud

Jan 9, 2014 By: Legal Solutions

Join us for this fascinating and educational webinar discussing two hot topics within technology and fraud investigations.

Free webinar: Understanding the law

Dec 13, 2013 By: Julia Madigan

Join us on December 19th at 10AM CST for a free webinar event, and learn simple ways that you can use technology to work smarter and be more efficient.

Army allows up to seven days leave for homosexual service members to get married

Nov 26, 2013 By: Jeremy Byellin

An Army directive dated November 7 now allows soldiers seeking same-sex marriages to administrative leave in order to travel to a location where such marriages are legal.

Digital Currency: Nearly Ready for Prime Time

Nov 25, 2013 By: Jeff Matsuura and Craig Blakeley

For several years, digital currency (Bitcoin, for example) has provided an arcane form of electronic value exchange used by a fairly limited

The Senate Democrats’ “nuclear option”: What it means for the legal landscape

Nov 23, 2013 By: Jeremy Byellin

Earlier this week, the Senate Democrats finally exercised their so-called “nuclear option.”  Used heavily by some of the more sensationalist elements of

How will the Senate’s immigration bill shake up the regulatory field?

Nov 15, 2013 By: Jeremy Byellin

Earlier this week, House of Representatives Speaker John Boehner signaled his refusal to negotiate with the Senate on a sweeping immigration reform bill – the Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act of 2013 (commonly called “S. 744”) – that Congress’s upper house had passed earlier this year.

Can We Still Learn from Roscoe Pound? Just What Drives Public Dissatisfaction With the Administration of Justice?

Sep 27, 2013 By: Hon. Kevin Burke

Roscoe Pound’s 1906 speech, The Causes of Popular Dissatisfaction with the Administration of Justice, is the most compelling of his works today. Regrettably over 100 years after giving this speech, much of what Pound saw in the justice system as problematic remains so.

Free webinar: Concourse Matter Room

Sep 13, 2013 By: Julia Madigan

Are you looking for an easier way to manage legal matters in your law department? Attend a free webinar on Thursday, September 19th at 2:00 pm CST and learn how Concourse Matter Room can help you to streamline your workflow and manage matters more efficiently. Register today

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