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Feb. 25, 2014 -- New York Law School Professor Robert Blecker discusses his new book entitled "The Death of Punishment: Searching for Justice among the Worst of the Worst." Harvard Law School's Laurence Tribe called the book...more
Regulatory Review of Attorney Advertising in Connecticut -
Since July 1, 2007, the Statewide Grievance Committee has had two principal ways to address concerns about attorney advertising. First, under Practice Book...more
In the matter of disputes between the member and clients arising from transactions executed between the parties, the law of limitation provides a time limit of three years to file the claims as per procedure. However, the...more
The Texas Supreme Court has held that the learned intermediary doctrine generally applies within the context of a physician-patient relationship and allows a prescription drug manufacturer to fulfill its duty to warn end...more
Lawyers continually warn their clients to be cautious about what they say on the internet and on social media sites such as LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. Saying the wrong thing can harm a company’s reputation and even lead...more
A federal district court, applying Missouri law, ruled in a summary judgment motion, that LegalZoom.com's self-help legal document preparation service is unauthorized practice of law. The service goes beyond self-help because...more
The Jackson Reforms, proposed by Lord Justice Jackson appear to be nothing short of a direct assault on “access to justice” and the “gateway to justice”....more
This is the Court Decision finding in favor of the defendants' Motion for Summary Judgment in the Habush Habush & Rottier vs. Cannon & Dunphy "Invasion of Privacy" lawsuit.
The case involves internet-based marketing...more
This discusses a landmark case of first impression involving Google AdWords and online marketing of law firms.
This case, Habush Habush & Rottier vs. Cannon & Dunphy, involves the two most prominent personal injury firms...more
A jury in Minneapolis held blogger John (Johnny Northside) Hoff liable for $60,000 in damages for a truthful post charging that the plaintiff was involved in a high-profile mortgage fraud case. The jury agreed with the...more
There's a lot of hyped-up commentary regarding the ABA's proposed regulation of online lawyer marketing, as though this will end all law firm marketing on the internet. To the contrary, this is not really much of an issue...more
Ross Fishman's law firm marketing expert witness report in Habush Habush & Rottier vs. Cannon and Dunphy.
This report analyzes and details issues relating to the First Amendment; constitutional law, Google AdWords;...more
The California Supreme Court ruled in Simpson Strong-Tie Co. v. Gore on May 17, 2010 that a plaintiff lawyer who was seeking clients for a possible class action lawsuit had a right to publish an advertisement regarding...more
Carlton Fields’ Atlanta office and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Georgia hosted a Supreme Court Update Continued Legal Education (CLE) program on Thursday, April 29, 2010. The program took place over lunch at...more
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David A. Couillard of the Minnesota Law Review, explores the potential applicability of the Fourth Amendment to data stored in off-site servers: spreadsheets in Google Docs, accounting data hosted on FreshBooks, and pretty...more
Keeping up to date with state, federal and ABA’s rules regarding online communication is a challenge!
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Versión revisada (2003) del capítulo presentado en el libro Nuevo Proceso Penal (2000, varios autores)....more
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