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Supreme Court Transfers

High Court To Face Equity And School District Issues The Missouri Supreme Court accepted transfer of two cases in December. One case presents the question of whether a co-signer on a note is entitled to a jury trial when sued ...

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Wrongful Discharge Claim

Not Pre-Empted By OSHA Two workers who were fired for reporting plant safety violations to the federal government can sue for retaliation under state law even though OSHA provides its own remedy for whistleblowers, according to the Eastern District of ...

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SHELDON AWARDS: Hardware Picks

Software and Hardware Every Lawyer Desiring Opulence Needs The printer of choice is a laser printer with 600 dpi capability. My experience is limited to the Hewlett Packard brand, and I would suggest you purchase the fastest of the LaserJet ...

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Spence: Teaches What The Law Schools Don't

A law degree and courtroom experience do not a trial lawyer make, according to Wyoming attorney Gerry Spence. That’s because courtroom experience is “hit and miss” and law school concentrates wrongly on “techniques.” The Trial Lawyer’s College is an attempt ...

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