November 16, 2018Comments Off on Civil Litigation: House of frauds
The rule requiring many contracts to be in writing and signed by the party sought to be bound in order to be enforceable is called the “Statute of Frauds.” As everyone who has searched Wikipedia knows, that term comes from ...
July 14, 2017Comments Off on Civil Litigation: Bringing some cost certainty to commercial litigation
The “Great Recession” that began in 2007 had tremendous impact on the U.S. economy, and the legal industry was not immune to that impact. While law firms had been changing their business and pricing practices in response to advances in ...
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