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The Weekly Brief: Abu Hamza On Trial, Wells Fargo Sued, Bingham Cuts Costs [Video]

Oct. 11 (Bloomberg Law) -- Bloomberg Law's Lee Pacchia runs through the week's most important legal news. Islamic cleric, Abu Hamza al-Masri, has been extradited from the United Kingdom to stand trial on terrorism charges in...more

Document Review in Litigations and Investigations

What is written is fundamental to the Phoenix business laws, so obviously document review is crucial in the litigation process. It is a key to the discovery process. According to KPMG, first level document review can be...more

What Business Owners Should Look for in a Business Law Firm and Business Legal Representation

In selecting a law firm for an owner-operated small or medium sized business (aka “SMB’s”), we can start with some basic positions: 1. The law firm client is well advised to choose a lawyer, not a firm.... 2. Many...more

Starting Your Own Law Practice

IV. Conclusion. This brief article can get you started. The underlying question is whether you are cut out for owning and operating your own practice. I have had brilliant attorneys who wanted to practice law, not...more

Draft Defamation Bill published in the UK - Whats inside the consultation?

The Ministry of Justice in the UK has published a consultation paper considering a draft defamation bill. Here we peek into the consultation: The consultation paper is divided into two main parts: consultation on proposals...more

News from Ellyn Law LLP Business Litigation & Arbitration Lawyers

An update of news from Ellyn Law LLP, a business litigation and arbitration boutique in Toronto, Canada and a member of the International Network of Boutique Law Firms. Among the news posts are the addition of a new...more

How to Read A Scam E-mail

Many attorneys receive email from international "clients," who have no desire to hire them, but instead to scam them. How can you tell which email comes from a potential client and not from a scammer? (A form of this...more

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