A plaintiffs lawyer in a deal resolving a $12 million claim concerning the rollover of a Dodge Durango said a key document unearthed just weeks before a trial was to begin could spur more settlements.
- Big Dialysis Settlement Prompts $500K Gift to UGA Law
- As a Latino Republican, Federal Judge Nominee Has Bipartisan Connections
- Big Apportionment Decision Is No Longer Unanimous
- New Credit Cards Cash In on the Chips
- Markle In, Downs Out and Lane to Helm Fulton's Family Court Division
- Reciprocity is a Firestorm for the Florida Bar and Why Some are Calling for Ray Abadin's Removal
The subject is chips. Not potato chips or poker chips. Microchips.
The latest data are out regarding the frequency and severity of legal malpractice claims submitted to insurers last year, and the news is generally good.
The National Park Service says the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals building in New Orleans and courthouses in Georgia and Alabama have been named national historic landmarks for their contributions to civil rights.
The corruption probe of a coastal Georgia police sergeant has ended in a mistrial.