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Hey All - Considering this is my first post, I'll briefly introduce myself. My name is Daniel Marcus and in addition to being a fellow jurist and  and a solo practitioner, I also lead a double life founding tech companies.

Anybody have litigation experience regarding a substance called Kratom? Any insight would be appreciated (315) 579-3108

Welcome back! Today we are sharing tips for the non-traditional law students out there. If you're getting ready for law school, this episode is going to be one you definitely want to flag! There is great stuff in here that even full-time, more...

Don’t assume that just because your argument is clearly reflected somewhere in the record that it is preserved for appeal. Often for purposes of preservation, the procedural context for the argument is just as important as the argument itself. For...

Hello everyone, I hope we are enjoying the beginning of the summer. So, I have a personal situation involving immigration law (Visas) and that might be the only area I haven't practiced in yet, nor can I find a law school buddy who knows the answer either. Here is the situation...

Rent Stabilization rights are one of the strongest bundles of rights in the City.  Negotiating in good faith, smartly from the first overture (either to or from one's landlord) is critical.

Anyone here ever handled a case against a hotel/motel for bedbug infestations and injuries related to that? If so, please contact me through linkedin (www.linkedin.com/in/luhnlaw/) Google+, or here.  C

I have recieved several e-mails purporting to be from former clients, trying to get me to click on a link.  I suspect this is malware, which will install itself and then record passwords.  My guess is that they accessed PACER to get a list of people I have represented.  Be aware.  Please pass thi

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When they got an email earlier this month inviting them to a state dinner at the White House in honor of the president of France, two young lawyers practicing at small firms in Huntsville, Ala., thought there must be some mistake. Or perhaps it was a scam?