AGGRESSIVE WITH A CAPITAL “A”

Our firm was recently accused by an opposing counsel in Federal Court as having “aggressively prosecuted” our client’s claims “with a capital A.” And I don’t think that OC (opposing counsel) considered this a good thing when he made the…

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Making Goliath Blink

Oftentimes, litigation between employers and employees is as contentious as a divorce. Cases involving employer - employee relationships become heated because one party, inevitably the employer, believes its trust has been breached, and the "golden boy" (or girl) has disappeared…

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“Don’t Panic, Johnny!” (1)

You just found that the secretary of a key employee has gone to work for a potential competitor, without giving two-week notice. Not only that, she has not surrendered possession of your company’s laptop, which she used to access your…

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I Would Have Made It Shorter…

Mark Twain is often misquoted as having said "I would have made the letter shorter, but I didn't have time."(1) Regardless of having been the first to utter this pearl of wisdom, it remains true in legal writing today, especially…

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