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USLAW launches LawMobile, a customizable, one-stop legal educational program

USLAW NETWORK announces the launch of LawMobile powered by USLAW NETWORK, a fully customizable education program that delivers training, information and instruction on some of today’s hottest legal topics, jurisdictional differences and legal decisions.

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USLAW NETWORK hosts interactive exchange for legal leaders, in-house counsel

USLAW NETWORK, an international network of full-practice law firms with roots in civil litigation, will host a free one-day event in Chicago fully focused on legal decision makers and in-house counsel. The event – 2015 USLAW NETWORK Legal Leaders & Corporate Counsel Exchange – will be held on March... more

Social media monitoring and Internet investigations

Doug Marshall of Marshall Investigative Group, USLAW's official investigative partner, recently hosted a USLAW EduNet webinar focused on social media monitoring and Internet investigations. In this webinar, Doug shares insights into the expansive social media landscape beyond Facebook and Twitter,... more

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In Silver Case, U.S. Cites Link to Litigation Tied to Asbestos

A doctor’s obsession with raising money for research on a rare form of cancer helped set off a chain of events that culminated in New York State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver’s arrest.

Obscure Law Is Getting Its Sexy On

Lenders find a rarely invoked law to be a potent legal weapon in bankruptcies.

A Year After Suing Their Landlord, Brooklyn Tenants Still Lack Heat

A group of Brooklyn tenants first complained about lacking heat last winter, but many trips to Housing Court later, the issue remains unresolved.

In Vino Veritas. In Napa, Deceit.

Jeffry Hill is accused of passing off wine from surrounding counties as a Napa Valley product and of stealing the grapes of another winery. His company has filed for bankruptcy and is being shut.

Crusading for Israel in a Way Some Say Is Misguided

To show, as she put it, “there is a price to Jewish blood,” Nitsana Darshan-Leitner sues nations, terrorist organizations and others that have harmed Israelis — angering some on the left in Israel.

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EUROPEAN LEGAL NEWS FROM TELFA

A bank or not a bank? Moneygram fails to meet the test in U.S. Tax Court

MoneyGram International Inc., (MoneyGram) the world’s second-largest money transfer company, lost its bid before the U.S. Tax Court (the Court) to prove that it is a bank, and in so doing its quest to take advantage of provisions of the U.S. Tax Code regarding the type of tax deductions that ...

President of contracting company has no individual liability under CASPA

The Superior Court recently affirmed a trial court grant of summary judgment in favor of an individual president/owner of a company, finding that an individual officer has no liability for payments to a general contractor for work performed under a contract between the general contractor and the developer pursuant to ...

Illinois appellate court affirms summary judgment in wrongful death case against freight broker

On December 9th, 2014, the Illinois Appellate Court affirmed summary judgment entered in favor of C.H. Robinson in the case of Hayward v. C.H. Robinson Company, Inc., et al. (2014 IL App (3d) 130530) (Peoria County Circuit Court Case No. 09 L 68; Appeal No. 3-13-0530). The case arose out ...

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