President Donald Trump’s pick for the U.S. Supreme Court, Circuit Judge Amy Coney Barrett, has a short but intriguing record on big tort cases and arbitration Click Here To Read The Full Article
The National Conference of Bar Examiners is pushing back against the diploma privilege movement with the release of a poll that found that 60% of Americans support in-person bar exams during the COVID-19 pandemic, and 70% think the in-person exams should be retained after the pandemic. Click Here To Read The Full Article
NJ Law Firms on the Radar, an Uptick in Financial Services Cases, and More: What's Happening in New Jersey Litigation?
This week’s highlights from Legal Radar include a new appearance by Gibbons litigator Larry Lustberg, McElroy Deutsch filing an interpleader action, and a 17% month-over-month increase in new banking and financial services industry cases in federal court. Click Here To Read The Full Article
'Holding Court' with a Minnesota Magistrate Judge: Virtual Settlement Conferences Are 'Very Different But Also Very Much the Same'
“Only about two cases out of 100 go to trial,” says U.S. Magistrate Judge Tony Leung of the District of Minnesota. “So, if only two out of 100 go to trial, you have to ask yourself, ‘Is this one of the two out of 100?’” Click Here To Read The Full Article
Will Boies Schiller's Pay Change Right the Ship?; Hearing Over Trump's 'Public Charge' Rule Today in NY; Sonos Sues Google Over Sound System Patent: The Morning Minute
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