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Virtually everyone has heard of a high-profile case in which a defendant is accused of destroying evidence to prevent its disclosure in discovery.  In some cases, there were shredding parties… read more

There appears to be a developing chorus for law schools to provide additional training and courses directed at the “business of law,” apparently driven by recent economic conditions that have… read more

Because my litigation experience is mostly in federal courts, I write this with them in mind. However, I do not confine the following thoughts to just IP matters, and think… read more

There has been some interest of late in debating whether older judges, especially those seniors that have passed age 80, are bad judges.  Much of the debate focuses on the… read more