Court says further investigation is required.
There were a few other steps involved, but those are the big ones.
A love story (with important evidentiary implications).
You know the ones.
Roy Pearson has re-entered the building.
And I continue to think it’s funny, which obviously doesn’t mean you should do it.
In particular it is bad form to be seen “resting [one’s] head” against one’s client during trial.
You are getting very sleepy … and when you awaken, my billable rate will seem reasonable.
You barbarians out there who aren't hyphenating compound adjectives should take note: sometimes it makes a difference. The San Francisco Chronicle reported last week on what it called an "unusual twist" in the trial of a man charged with fraud: his…
Here's a more interesting decision by the Supreme Court, although maybe "decision" is the wrong word. The question is: if your client insists on filing something that is complete gibberish, do you have to agree, or do you have an…