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What not to do if you’re mad at your lawyer…

From Kevin Underhill’s Lowering the Bar’s Assorted Stupidities: FYI, most bar associations have some sort of arbitration program to help settle disputes between clients and their (usually former) lawyers, or of course you can sue the lawyer for malpractice. Those aren’t … Continue reading

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Gretchen Carlson’s non-disclosure agreement

Almost every day I get at least one search string about confidentiality agreements, non-disclosure agreements and such. They seem to be an area of intense interest to a lot of people. As a signatory to a settlement agreement containing a … Continue reading

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Class action bitch from a Supreme Court justice, but…

Thousands of workers at an Iowa pork processing plant are seeking to band together in a single lawsuit seeking overtime pay. Source: Supreme Court Hears Tyson Foods Class-Action Labor Case – The New York Times Adam Liptak begins this article: … Continue reading

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