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general/Business Organization

Accidental franchises: What you don't know can hurt your client

By Barry Kurtz, Katherine L. Wallman

general/Torts

Remedies for the wrongful destruction of trees

By Paul D. Beechen

participatory/Employment

A Call to 'Armendariz'

general/Criminal Law

How Walmart pulled off an FCPA win

By Ariel A. Neuman, Naomi S. Solomon

general/Intellectual Property

Issue-preclusive effect of agency decisions in the patent context

By Irfan A. Lateef, Josepher Li


general/Alternative Dispute Resolution

Brady v. Pitchess

general/Employment

What is the deal with Jefferson v. Compton?

By Renata L. Hoddinott, Gregory J. Rolen


general/Employment

The transportation-worker exemption to the FAA

By Brianne J. Kendall, Cary D. Sullivan, Steven M. Zadravecz

general/Alternative Dispute Resolution

Women Leadership in Law



general/Estate Planning

A brief overview of the California Uniform Trust Decanting Act

By Jenny Hill Bratt, Catherine M. Swafford

general/Constitutional Law

Eminent domain process: Precondemnation to prejudgment possession

By Neli N. Palma

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