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Justice for All: Implications of the Texas Supreme Court Ruling on Workers’ Compensation for Truck Drivers Injured on the Job
2020-07-06 22:03 UTC by
Law.com Kenneth Artz Cargo and Shipping/Cases and Courts/State and Local Government/Analysis/Litigation/Litigators/Transportation
Damages paid through workers’ compensation and wrongful death in Texas should not be reserved for spouses and descendants, but made available to parents, siblings and immediate family.
Phila. Agrees to Pay $6.25M to Man Wrongfully Incarcerated for More Than 20 Years
2020-07-06 22:00 UTC by
Law.com Max Mitchell https://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/402/2020/07/Jail-Release-Article-202007061659.jpg State and Local Government/News/Philadelphia Eastern PA/Criminal Law/Damages
Attorney Kevin Harden of Ross Feller Casey said the agreement marks the highest settlement in an exoneration case in Pennsylvania that did not involve DNA evidence.
Parker Hudson’s New Leader Aims to Increase Diversity and Keep Growing
2020-07-06 21:25 UTC by
Law.com Meredith Hobbs https://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/404/2020/07/Harrison-Roberts-Article-202007061552.jpg Legal Services/News/Business of Law/Law Firm Management/Law Firm Partners/Law Firms – Mid Size/Leadership
Harrison Roberts said his immediate initiatives for the 75-lawyer firm are to diversify its partnership and maintain a strong culture of client service through the uncertainty of the pandemic.
Broward Lawyer’s Threatening Message Lands Him a Suspension: ‘You Will Never See Me Coming’
2020-07-06 21:08 UTC by
Law.com Michael A. Mora https://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/392/2020/07/Cyber-Harasment-Article-202007061423-1.jpg Cases and Courts/Bar Associations/Legal Ethics and Attorney Discipline/Litigation/Litigators/Florida
“You will never see me coming, and won’t know what hit you when you realize what you’ve brought upon yourself,” the referee’s report quotes the attorney as saying.