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Corporate Criminal Liability Serves The Purposes Of Punishment

Before I get to the heart of the matter, let me briefly respond to John's latest claim that corporations, as mere legal fictions, cannot...

The Practice: Answers About Malpractice Insurance

For lawyers considering opening up their own shop, malpractice insurance is one of those areas where you’re probably clueless. So you’ll rely on your...

10 Things To Know About Executive Compensation

What is it like to practice in the area of executive-compensation law? Welcome to the latest installment of Better Know A Practice Area, a new series...

Small Law Firm Open Thread: Personal Injury Law

Today we resume our series of open threads about small law firms focused on different areas of practice. For background on the series, see this...

The $160K-Plus Club: Which Law Firms Pay the Biggest Starting Salaries?

Of course, it’s much easier to take a relaxed attitude towards money if you have a good amount of it. It’s easy for well-paidpartners to tell...

The Practice: When The Referral Source Is A One-Way Street

For those ignoring the unemployed “future of law” idiots typing away from their kitchen table in some crap city with a regional airport and...

The Value of a Paralegal Degree: Experts Weigh In

For the record, Pls Hndle Thx should not be viewed as a straight-up advice column. Rather, PHT represents Above the Law’s irreverent reinterpretation of...

Insurance Appraisal Clause – Resolving an Impasse in Your Claim

What if, in spite of everything you have carried out, you and your adjuster/insurance coverage firm are at an deadlock on the worth of...