A lawyer’s demography group has released startling news that lawyers named Brian in the U.S. now outnumber those who are named Bob.
Scholars at a for-profit educational institution in Florida have rolled out the new ‘DeVry Comma,’ which they say can be used “anytime and anywhere” in written manuscripts and even in legal pleadings and contracts.
Having listened to hours of testimony about the iPad and its competitors, a jury returns a verdict of “f#ck off.”
A woman in New York has sued the hamburger franchise White Castle for disability discrimination, claiming that recent changes to the seating design in in one of the chain’s restaurants left her “unable to reach my sliders.”
Failure to practice law has become the latest problems afflicting young and inexperienced tech-savvy lawyers.
In a marketing move intended to make the federal reporter citation system “more modern and socially interactive,” Thomson Reuters plans to rename its F. Supp and F.2d citators to “Fed Personal” and “Fed Personal Plus Pro.”