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Law in the days of too much media

Levison, Mark

After 37 years, Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe was forced out of power. Mugabe, a dictator with a law degree from the University of London, had a lot more money when he quit the presidency than when he started. The intersection ...

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EXTRA! EXTRA! READ ALL ABOUT IT!

Levison, Mark

Because the law, life and life in the law are so interesting, there’s always something to write about. I started writing columns in law school when Jimmy Carter was president, and shortly after I became an attorney, a media-savvy candidate ...

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Tired of Turmoil

Levison, Mark

The last time I left this country, I stopped in Istanbul on the way home. Istanbul has had its share of terrorist activity in the past several years, so when visiting it is advisable to keep an eye out. If ...

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All different sorts of trials

Levison, Mark

At 9 on Friday evening the jury came in after four hours of deliberating on the three-week trial. The results for my client were less than stellar. There was a lot of money involved. There were large legal fees and ...

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Making America litigious again

Levison, Mark

With 2016 plainly visible in the rear-view mirror, the year’s two most dominant issues were clearly politics and technology. Both topics come with their own conundrums. The technology that made life so much easier in 2016, and seemed so “futuristic,” ...

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