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2012


Tips for Trial Counsel on Planning, Preparation and Preservation: Combating Admission of Settlement Evidence after Saleeby

Tips for Trial Counsel on Planning, Preparation and Preservation: Combating Admission of Settlement Evidence after Saleeby

December 18, 2012

Florida courts have long recognized the insidious prejudicial effect of allowing a jury to hear settlement evidence.

The Importance of Clawback Agreements in E-Discovery

The Importance of Clawback Agreements in E-Discovery

December 6, 2012

This article, by Carlton Fields attorney Rebecca Shwayri, was published on i-Sight.com on December 6, 2012. In it, she discusses how clawback agreements are an integral part of locating electronically stored information, and that they should be negotiated at the outset of a case.

In Construction Disputes, Tell the Story

In Construction Disputes, Tell the Story

December 4, 2012

This article, by Carlton Fields shareholder Lu Prats, discusses the importance of clearly stating the themes and “story of the case” in complicated construction disputes.

Rating the Performance of Diverse Juries: A Scientific Perspective

Rating the Performance of Diverse Juries: A Scientific Perspective

December 4, 2012

In this interview, Tufts professor and experimental psychologist Sam Sommers discusses the results of a study that found racially diverse juries deliberate differently than those comprised of only white jurors.

The Meaning of “Use,” and Proving it to Get Federal Registration

The Meaning of “Use,” and Proving it to Get Federal Registration

December 3, 2012

While you can file an application to register a trade or service mark before you use the mark, you won’t get your registration until you do.

Greening Your Law Firm

Greening Your Law Firm

December 1, 2012

Strategies and sustainable best practices for greening your law firm.

NLRB Tackles Social Media Policies and a Firing Related to a Facebook Posting

NLRB Tackles Social Media Policies and a Firing Related to a Facebook Posting

November 15, 2012

Two recent National Labor Relations Board decisions address employers' social media policies, which must not be overly broad.

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