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By Heather Fuller
Girl squad, women's pack, female tribe…call it what you will; the benefit is the same. It is real, and it works. I know this because I am a beneficiary of it. I have been encouraged and supported by other women throughout my career.
By Jeremy Sugg
While numerous states have adopted the Uniform Interstate Depositions and Discovery Act, many have put their own twist on the Uniform Act; which also remains subject to each state's underlying laws regarding service, and discovery.
By Heather Fuller
Many have fought to advance the equal rights of women but none more than Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Her efforts began long before her appointment to the federal bench.
By Phoebe Coddington
You have put forth your best, but the judge essentially gutted the most valuable part of your case.
By Kathleen Lucchesi
Nearly half of Americans make New Year's resolutions – the most common resolutions are health related. But did you know that of those making New Year's resolutions, most begin to abandon those resolutions roughly two weeks later?
By Scott S. Addison
A new year has arrived, and it seems we are inundated by ads for new gadgets and other nifty technology platforms. If you follow any legal tech reports or blogs, you know how much hype there is about AI and Blockchain.
By Heather Fuller
I was working as a trial attorney at the Department of Justice in Washington, D.C. when I decided to take a pause in my career.
By Kathleen Lucchesi
It's not just the airport and national parks feeling the effects of the weeks' long government shutdown. Nine federal departments and several agencies shut down on December 22, 2018.
By Noelle C. LeBlanc
Being a legal ringmaster requires extraordinary confidence and savvy communication skills.
By Gwendolyn Lewis
In litigation, the theory of the case and how we construct our presentation of the case may mean the difference between winning and losing a trial, hearing, or other important presentation.
By Tricia Derr
Diversity and inclusion are words often heard in discussions about our society. Giving people of every race, religion, culture and belief an equal voice and opportunity is one of the cornerstones of a working democracy.
By Phoebe Coddington
So, you have received a decision from the court and you are disappointed. The judge did not see the issue your way and denied your motion. You believe that the court missed something that should have resulted in your favor. Do you move to reconsider?
By Sara Lincoln
After a recent jury trial, I spoke with our foreperson and was reminded that how we are perceived by others is incredibly important. We all have to think about modifying our presentation based upon the audience we stand in front of so that our message can be heard.
By Lincoln Derr
As corporate America begins to understand what diversity is NOT, it unfolds a meaning the "vendor diversity policies" never touch. "Diversity policies" are integral. However, in our experience, most of the well-intentioned "policies" are form over substance.
By Lincoln Derr
Diversity Fatigue is a relatively new term used to describe how corporations immersed in diversity and inclusion initiatives are exhausted by the complexity of realizing measurable change.