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Costco Shopper Hit by Falling Steel, Sues for Brain Damage

Personal Injury Law And How You Can Make Things Right

Former law firm of disbarred lawyer Stan Chesley agrees to pay $19M for fee overcharges

For Law Student Mental Health Day, ABA groups focus on ways to promote well-being

Tips To Help You Choose An Effective PI Attorney

My Path to Law: Adam Leitman Bailey

Atlanta pro bono program expands to resolve elementary school students’ housing issues

Clio Cloud Conference 2018 returns to New Orleans with a new software competition

Top 5 Tips for Suing After a Disaster

Former LeClairRyan partner who sued for gender bias asks court to confirm $1M arbitration award

Widow Sues Walmart for Wrongful Death After Parking Lot Shooting

Clio acquires Lexicata, launches customer relationship product Clio Grow

Sedgwick declares bankruptcy in filing that traces the law firm’s downfall

Serving the public good: Pro Bono Celebration 2018 highlights disaster resiliency efforts

Tales of addiction: What every attorney should know about alcohol and substance abuse

Can School Shooting Survivors Sue for Trauma?

Law firm is dropped from app’s antitrust suit; Florida Bar fights request for hotline records

From courtroom to concert stage, this criminal defense lawyer uses her voice to push for reform

From courtroom to concert stage, this criminal defense lawyer uses her voice to push for reform