Breaking Boundaries: Unleashing the Power of Flexibility In Law Firms for Recruitment, Retention, Diversity and Client Expansion
Embracing flexibility can provide law firms with a range of competitive advantages, from attracting and retaining top talent to fostering diversity and expanding their client bases. This article delves into the numerous benefits of flexible law practices and explore how those practices could contribute to the growth and success of modern law firms.
Maryland Judge Denies Lowe's Attempts to Bury a Slip-and-Fall Suit, Disputes Remain Over Bag of Soil
"As in Tennant and Smith, the allegedly dangerous condition here was on the floor of a store, but the customer's attention was directed upward. While the bag of soil that Plaintiff tripped on was large and unobstructed, a jury would be entitled to consider whether Plaintiff's attention was reasonably focused on the flowers on display rather than on the ground where she would have seen the bag," U.S. Magistrate Judge Ajmel A. Quereshi for the District of Maryland said.
Indiana Supreme Court Asked to Take 'Cutting Edge' Approach to Third-Party Spoliation Causes of Action
"Counsel, if we adopt your theory, having studied what other states are doing because it's sort of a new area—not every state has weighed in—we'd have the most liberal interpretation of third-party spoliation in the nation," Chief Justice Loretta H. Rush told plaintiffs counsel from the bench Monday.