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Pitfalls in Reviving an Unfinished Development Project

Philip M. Hastings

Picking up where someone left off on unfinished development projects has many different 'pitfalls'.

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How long does it take to resolve my car accident case?

James A. Goldstein

The answer to the posed question is not a simple one. Each case varies significantly depending on different variables.

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Protectors of the Community

Burg Simpson Eldredge Hersh & Jardine

At Burg Simpson, experienced trial lawyers strive to make a difference both inside and outside the courtroom

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Beware the Caramel Apple Cheesecake

Bernice R. Bowley

Bernice R. Bowley advises servers and restaurant owners to be very careful about nut and other allergies.

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Protecting the Whistleblower

Jason Zuckerman

"In litigating whistleblower retaliation claims, we have found that poorly conducted internal investigations can be extraordinarily helpful to plaintiffs and harmful to employers."

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A Novel Approach to Non-Competition Clauses

Steven Z. Raber

Non-competition provisions in employment agreements are not always easy to enforce. This case involves an agreement between a recent veterinary graduate and a veterinary clinic.

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Preparing to Cut the Umbilical Cord: Things to Think About Before Opening Your Own Solo Appellate Practice

Chad M. Ruback

Opening a solo practice takes a lot of preparation. Chad M. Ruback, appellate lawyer, created a to-do list to help and inspire anyone who is considering opening their own practice.

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Who Owns The Nursing Homes In California?

Ingrid Evans

The corporate structure of nursing homes in California is complicated, and sometimes it is difficult to tell who owns the nursing home.

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Effects of Near-Drowning Accidents

James A. Goldstein

According to the United States National Institutes of Health (NIH), near-drowning is the term used to refer to an individual who was suffocating under the water, but ultimately survived the incident.

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Q&A with Alvin Wolff, Jr.

Law offices of Alvin Wolff, Jr. and Associates

with Alvin Wolff, Jr.

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Government Rocked by Waves of Corruption

Orçun Çetinkaya

During the past decade Turkey has undergone a significant economic transformation. While further economic growth is expected, commentators have been shocked by recent alarming allegations.

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EMPLOYMENT LAWSUITS: A TRIAL LAWYER’S TOP TEN WAYS TO NOT GET SUED

Karen O'Kasey

Karen O'Kasey provides ten ways to avoid an employment lawsuit.

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On Medical Malpractice Law, Public Opinion and Ebola

by Maggie Burch

Pegalis & Erickson's Stephen E. Erickson spoke to Best Lawyers on November 19, 2014

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Yule Time Tips, Part I: Gifts That Keep on Giving—Holiday Gifts for Colleagues

Leslie Wallis & Alexandra Bodnar

Exchanging gifts with co-workers can cause problems if you're not careful.

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No Substitute for Experience at Simon Law

The Simon Law Firm

Providing the highest quality legal services with integrity, professionalism and respect for clients and the greater community

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Divorce 101: What is a QDRO?

Alan E. Freed

Paule, Camazine & Blumenthal St. Louis Lawyer of the Year: Family Law Mediation for 2015

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