Ohio's High Court: 'Vexatious Litigator' Can't Avoid Statutory Restriction by Having Lawyer File Suit on Its Behalf
'This Shouldn't be a Feeding Frenzy Among Sharks:' Attorney Says in Equifax Attorney Fees Feud
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Beyond Excess Capacity, Pooled Services and Automation Expedite Staff Layoffs
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Keker Names First Female Managing Partner
Report: Judicial Diversity Grew in California Courts Last Year
State High Court Upholds County Council's Ruling on Amazon 'Warehouse' Property Zoning Definitions
"In a thorough and well-reasoned decision, the Supreme Court of Maryland followed well established precedent and reaffirmed that the final decision of the District Council is the appropriate agency decision that is subject to judicial review and when the District Council's final decision is based on a mixed question of law and fact, a reviewing court will apply the substantial evidence standard of review," said Rajesh A. Kumar, principal counsel to Prince George's County Council.
Federal Judge Orders CLE Classes for Lawyers After 'Persistent Failures' to Meet Deadlines
3M: New Data Proves 'Vast Majority' of Earplug Claimants Have Normal Hearing
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Dozens of Law Firms Grew Their Equity Partner Tier, Even as Profits and Demand Plummeted
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10th Circ. Declines to Pronounce Bright-Line Benchmark for Attorney Fees in Class Actions
"To date, we have not adopted a benchmark percentage for attorneys' fees from common fund settlements," stated Judge Joel M. Carson, III, in his written opinion for the court. "And we decline to pronounce a bright-line benchmark today. Instead, we reiterate our prior recognition that awards across a range of percentages may be reasonable."