One day after a Fulton County jury awarded $22 million to the family of a woman who was left brain damaged during treatment for back pain, the panel declined to award punitive damages against the doctor who performed the procedure.
Most law practices consider it a bridge too far. Investing in clients involves a litany of issues ranging from conflicts of interest to ethical limitations under most bar rules.
Using e-signatures, in-house counsel can be assured that documents maintain their integrity while residing entirely within an electronic system that provides an audit trail.
A Georgia man who has come within hours of execution three times in recent years is scheduled to die Tuesday evening unless the U.S. Supreme Court intervenes. Warren Lee Hill's lawyers argue he shouldn't be executed because he is intellectually disabled.
A federal judge sentenced twin brothers on Tuesday to 14 years in prison each for running a nearly $2 billion North American drug ring, agreeing with prosecutors to drastically reduce their sentences as reward for their cooperation against Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman and other Mexican cartel leaders.