Life Is Not A Straight Line, Even For Lawyers

Life is not a straight line. That much we all know to be true on some level, whether that’s in our relationships, careers, goals or dreams.  In particular, the last

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From Trash to Treasure: Who Owns Valuable Wastewater in the Oil Patch?

Oil and gas operations don’t just produce hydrocarbons. They also produce water. Lots of it. U.S. exploration and production generates over 25 billion barrels of produced water each year. Produced

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Back-To-Back Appellate Cases Challenge Constitutionality of Georgia’s Punitive Damages Cap

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Nvidia, Dell and Nintendo Face Patent Suit Over Semiconductor Packaging

Nvidia and several customers and sellers of its products including Dell, Nintendo, and Best Buy were slapped with a

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Akerman Debuts Data Center and Digital Infrastructure Practice With Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner Laterals

Akerman debuted a new data centers and digital infrastructure practice on Thursday with the hiring of partners Michael McKinley and James Grice from

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R.L. Young Sues Ex-Employee Over Trade Secrets

Jones Walker and Jenkins & Kling filed a trade secret

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Judge: Venezuelan Businessman’s $250M Defamation Claims Against Fox News May Proceed

A $250 million suit against Fox News and some of

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EPA’s ‘Unprecedented’ Focus on Civil Rights Puts Companies in Legal Quagmire

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Florida Judge Urged to Halt Controversial Education Law

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Judge Prevents Democratic Congressmen From Joining Gerrymandering Case

As oral arguments are set to begin Wednesday, a move by New York Democratic congressmen to latch onto a defense

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Raiders Legal Chief Steps Down After 10 Months With Team

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How Digital Mail Operations Expose Firms to Risk

Security is a funny thing. For it to work, you have to do it all the time. Wearing a seatbelt

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Heading Off Major Legal Headaches Brought on by Employee Mobility

Employee mobility throughout the first two years of the COVID-19 pandemic has ushered in major legal headaches for employers, such

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We Need More Black Lawyers

Historically, the legal profession has been one of the least diverse in the nation. In 2007, around 4% of lawyers

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Mansfield Rule Highlights Legal Tech Gaps in Diversity Efforts

It is hardly a secret that the U.S. legal industry has struggled with diversity. But that isn’t to say that efforts aren’t

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‘Right to Delete’ Laws Have Some in E-Discovery Worried, but Remedies Remain

As firms and legal departments get their compliance plans in order ahead of four U.S. state consumer data privacy laws

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