I recently attended my 45th high school class reunion. We always remember our high school classmates as their 18-year-old selves. And there is virtually always at least some glimmers of recognition now of the young people we knew many ...Read More »
I’ve always enjoyed the company of lawyers. We’re well-read, usually well-traveled, can express ourselves, have broad interests, and usually can see both sides of an issue (sometimes depending on who pays the retainer). Most importantly, we seem to recognize our ...Read More »
One of the first things I did upon assuming my role of MCBA president was to arrange to have the old pictures of past Bar Association rosters put up on the walls of the president’s office. I’ve always gotten a ...Read More »
We are in the midst of our Bar renewal season and it is an opportune time, as my first column, to again point out some of the main reasons to join or renew your membership with the MCBA. Networking and ...Read More »
The burden of proving that the method of discovery sought will result in disclosure of relevant information, or that it is reasonably calculated to lead to the discovery of information bearing on the defense of the claims, lies with the party seeking disclosure, Crazytown Furniture v. Brooklyn Union Gas Co.
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