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A Kansas lawyer accused of “a cornucopia of … ineptness” by his capital murder client is fighting an ethics board’s recommendation that he be disciplined for his conduct in the case.

A now-retired New Hampshire judge has been reprimanded for linking the proliferation of women lawyers to a worsening public regard for the legal profession.

Finding the right divorce attorney is key to resolving your divorce case, and so is knowing when to get a new attorney. While there are many good divorce lawyers out there, some just fail to meet the mark either professionally or interpersonally.

A $37 million settlement agreement has been reached between the former owner of a Maryland hospital and patients of Dr. Mark Midei who went through unnecessary heart stent procedures.

Deborah Spranger is a vice chair of Saul Ewing LLP’s business and finance department, a co-chair of its life sciences practice group and a member of the firm’s seven-member executive committee. She focuses her practice on mergers and acquisitions,...

The Department of Treasury has released its submission to the Financial Systems Inquiry. The 90 page submission concludes that the financial system has performed well since the Wallis inquiry but there is room for the system to better position itself...

The Federal Reserve Board (Board) recently adopted final rules representing the most significant change in U.S. regulation of foreign banking organizations (FBOs) since the International Banking Act of 1978. Perhaps most significantly, the rules...

On March 28, the US Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit affirmed a lower court’s dismissal of a shareholder class action against BioMimetic Therapeutics Inc., finding that plaintiffs had failed to sufficiently allege that the orthopedics company...

The proposed revision of Rule 37(e), which recently cleared another hurdle in the rulemaking process, could dramatically limit the exposure companies face from spoliation claims. It may also go too far....

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