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Defamation case cast mighty spell on a great nation

July 1, 2022

By Berl Falbaum I will begin with an apology and a confession. The apology first. I was asked if I would write about defamation lawsuits filed against each other by actor Johnny Depp and his ex-wife, actress Amber Heard. Sorry, can’t do it. With a ...

Surprise! Office birthday bust serves as warning to employers

July 1, 2022

By Stephen Scott BridgeTower Media Newswires Last month we threw a berry-themed first birthday party for my daughter. It was a blast, and the “smash cake” was a hit. But I was shocked at its cost when we could have simply grabbed a Hostess cupcake ...

Another school shooting demands a call to legal action

July 1, 2022

By Berl Falbaum Let’s cut through all the outrage that we have heard so often and come straight to the point: We are a sick country – a very sick country. Cut it any way you want. But a country that has witnessed such a loss of lives from gun ...

Local Voice: The power to do good rests in our hands

July 1, 2022

By Judge Michael Warren Our life as modern Americans is full of distractions. When a single computer exponentially more powerful than the all the devices used to land a man on the moon fits in your pocket, with access to nearly all the information (good, bad, ...

Legal View: Remote work transition has legal, practical issues

July 1, 2022

By Natalie Chandler BridgeTower Media Newswires Remote work, a necessity for companies when the COVID-19 pandemic began two years ago, has become a way of life for many since. The benefits – no more commuting, savings on office costs, the potential ...

Legal View: Real-world benefits of virtual litigation

July 1, 2022

By Richard E. Rassel III and Jeremy M. Manson BridgeTower Media Newswires Winning a trial in a complex commercial case is challenging. Managing the logistics of discovery, preparation, and trial presentation is daunting. One might think that litigating such ...