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Avvo will improve lawyer-rating transparency, pay $50K fine in agreement with New York AG

Facebook Content Moderator Developed PTSD, Suit Claims

Simplify a tedious deposition review with technology

Newborn Wrongful Death Lawsuits

Is PwC building the flexible law firm of the future?

Can You Sue for Accidents Caused by Road Bumps?

BigLaw firms’ competition from the Big Four accounting firms

Family Sues Police for Taser Wrongful Death

Proposed bill would eliminate PACER fees

Is Columbia Gas Liable in the Massachusetts Gas Pipeline Explosions?

Showrunners: Couple’s friendly fundraising competition launches marathon event

College Student Injured in 'Scumbag of the Week' Hazing Ritual Sues Frat

Incoming President Robert Carlson sees expansive roles for attorneys

Are law firms that place great importance on ‘cultural fit’ merely perpetuating the status quo?

Your Family Can Be Proud Of Your Personal Injury Case Success

Algorithms fall short in predicting litigation outcomes

Great Advice on How To Deal With A Personal Injury

Suit: Blank Rome tried to ‘play cute’ in de facto merger to defraud Dickstein partners

Top 5 Legal Facts About Football Injuries

Top Personal Injury Law Facts You Need To Know

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Lawsuit Claims Negligence Against Lowe's Home Center

Law firms can learn from other industries’ missteps on cybersecurity awareness and prevention

Lawyers and cognitive decline: Diminished capacity may bring ethics problems for sufferers

ABA calls on firms to pledge to tackle lawyer mental-health and substance-use issues

Dan Linna: Taking the measure of legal innovation

Jae Um: A ‘Star Wars’ shortcut

James Beckett: Scoring legal work

Tesla Sued by Driver Over Autopilot Crash, Broken Foot

Michele Mirto: Stepping up A2J while cutting cost

Race and gender bias is rampant in law, says new report that also offers tools to fight it

Miguel Willis: Bringing law to the last frontier

3 Legal Questions to Ask Before Surgery

Former Dewey chairman reaches agreement with SEC to pay six-figure civil penalty

Cop Sued for $1 Million for Allegedly Giving DUI 'Out of Spite'

Billie Tarascio: Her law firm is her lab

Showrunners: Couple’s friendly fundraising competition launches marathon event

Basha Rubin and Mirra Levitt: Doing it with data

Incoming President Robert Carlson sees expansive roles for attorneys

Fighting hate: Website serves more than 2,000 in first year of reporting incidents

Relaxing the anxious lawyer brain takes practice

Firms provide pro bono assistance to Kansas City communities