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Robert FultonHill Ward Henderson,Tampa, FL,  William Vita, Westerman Ball Ederer Miller & Sharfstein, LLP, Uniondale, NY, and  William Henderson, Professor, Indiana University Maurer School of Law  presented "Disruption in the Legal Industry: Causes and Discontents" at the 2014 Winter Meeting.

 
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07/23/2014

In Asbestos Personal Injury Case

Posted by: Marisa Trasatti

In Asbestos Personal Injury Case, Fourth Circuit Holds That District Court Could Not Strike Remand Order and Retrieve Remanded Case from State Court as Sanction Against Plaintiffs Barlow v. Colgate Palmolive Co. & Mosko v. Colgate

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07/21/2014

Construction Bankruptcy Case

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In Construction Bankruptcy Case, Fourth Circuit Holds That Subcontractors Can Perfect Materialman and Mechanic’s Liens After General Contractor Filed For Bankruptcy. Branch Banking & Trust Company v. Construction Supervision Services,

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