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Lawyers must consult client before making deal

Adrian Arrington, the lead plaintiff in a class-action lawsuit against the N.C.A.A., said his lawyers had agreed to the deal without his knowledge. Source New York Times: Former Player Opposes Settlement in N.C.A.A. Concussion Suit CHICAGO — A proposed settlement … Continue reading

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Depositions: when you are deposed, what does your lawyer do?

Here’s an abstract from an article in the New York Law Journal. Tantalizing, but the abstract is all I can get. It’s tantalizing especially because it’s written for lawyers, not us plaintiffs, but seems to offer advice about what lawyers … Continue reading

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Pro bono civil legal services in New York City?

How great this will be if the bill is enacted. Then the office coordinating pro bono civil legal services has to figure out a way to fully inform low-income New Yorkers about such legal assistance available to them. Bill Would … Continue reading

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