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Whether it is in a courtroom or in front of a jury something he has done more than 170 times in his career or in an interview with the local newspaper, Jim Butler is going to control the situation. A trial lawyer who has successfully argued cases
National Executive Committee decided to select an outstanding California lawyer to honor on an annual basis...Past winners of the award include two of Kelly's former partners: Bruce Walkup (1969) and James Downing (1978)...The person have a superb
The Tampa-based trial lawyer whose success at suing nursing homes for neglect and abuse of residents has drawn millions in damages from the industry. It has also brought their wrath and they've turned to the Florida Legislature to stop him. Wilkes'
Trial Lawyers is pleased to announce that two attorneys have been named to the 2014 California Super Lawyers list...Biren and attorney Sarina Jarchi have been selected for inclusion on the list. No more than 5 percent of California lawyers are
Jaffe , best known for his work to keep clients off death row, has been named a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers. Jaffe was inducted recently in a ceremony at the 2013 annual meeting of the college in San Francisco. "I'm certainly
28 The SEC's announcement on Friday did not say where Martens plans to go next [Reuters] Matthew Martens, the top trial lawyer at the US Securities and Exchange Commission who led the agency to victory in its blockbuster civil fraud case against
Celebrated South Carolina lawyer Ron Motley has died at the age of 68, law partner Joe Rice confirmed Thursday. No cause of death was given for the trial lawyer, and funeral arrangements have not been announced. Motley served as lead counsel in
Lawyers who handle legal aid cases in British Columbia have put their protest on hold in an effort to get talks started with the new provincial justice minister after an 18-month deadlock. "We're having a period of what I would call reconciliation,"
Recently, an article appeared in the New York Times that explored the increased costs of particular procedures in the US today. In the piece, Elisabeth Rosenthal provides insight into possible reasons for the elevated cost and the ballooning
BP is heading into a Louisiana courtroom Monday to stop a feeding frenzy. Lawyers for the energy giant are going before a federal appeals court to rectify an egregious misreading of the company's settlement agreement with businesses affected by the