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Edward J. Currie, Jr. (Currie, Johnson, Griffin & Myers, Jackson, MS), C. Howard Hunter (Hill, Ward & Henderson, Tampa, FL), James A. Dodrill (The Progressive Group of Insurance Companies, Charleston, WV)and Douglas R. Richmond (Aon Professional Services, Chicago, IL) presented "The Four R’s of Guarding Against and Surviving Law Firm Theft and Embezzlement.” 

 
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09/30/2014

Sue First- Ask Questions Later

Posted by: Andrew Downs

From time to time most defense attorneys find themselves in a situation where they are asked to file, usually on extremely short notice, complaints or cross-complaints against multiple parties.  Federal Rule 11 and its state counterparts

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09/29/2014

Claims for overtime wages

Posted by: Marisa Trasatti

In Peters v. Early Healthcare Giver, Inc., the Maryland Court of Appeals held that Maryland’s Wage Payment and Collection Law (“WPCL”) covered claims for overtime wages, despite any federal authority to the contrary. 

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