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14th Amendment remade Constitution, defined citizenship

May 22, 2017

Kevin Ryan BridgeTower Media Newswires For Law Day on May 1, we celebrated the Fourteenth Amendment, which has become the heart of the constitutional system within which we live and practice our profession. Our constitution (lower case because I’m talking ...

Forgotten empathy and diminished hope: A viewpoint on immigration in America

May 22, 2017

Henry Ibe Collins, Einhorn, Farrell PC Immigration is one of the fundamental issues in America in which a great divide exists, as evidenced by the different stands taken by the candidates in the 2016 presidential election. This divide has only been compounded ...

Maple Salmon

May 22, 2017

Nick Roumel Nothing gives a special character to food more than good wood smoke. Or your clothes for the next few days. But it’s worth it to dine on delicacies like this cedar planked salmon, with whiskey maple glaze. Having never cooked salmon on a ...

Why facilitative mediation produces better ADR results

May 22, 2017

Edmund Sikorski Jr. The facilitative mediation has been described as: A process where “the mediator neither offers an opinion on the value of the case, nor recommends how it should be settled. Rather, the facilitative mediator assists the parties and ...

Ethics committee on lawyers accepting credit card payments

May 22, 2017

By Nicole Black The Internet and cloud computing have drastically altered the legal landscape, including the expectations of legal consumers. Because of rapid advancements in technology and 24/7 access to information, the needs of legal clients are necessarily ...

Key IP challenge in auto industry: protecting software technology

May 22, 2017

Jake Grove Howard and Howard Your car now is filled with computer technology. It runs dozens of computer modules with sophisticated computer files including both software and data files.  The computer modules control your automatic transmission shifting, ...