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The fact is you never can get ahead of the attackers. But there are many things that you can and should do.
With tax reform being discussed, perhaps the tax law relating to deductions for sexual harassment settlements and related legal fees should be examined?
This month’s column, as promised, contains an analysis of the majority in support of its holding and the reasoning of the dissenters.
Every so often, I notice a case that can serve as a springboard for an important point that I often make – that lawyers should always think things afresh rather than using ossified language and unchanging approaches.
It would take seven years, and three courts, to finally hold accountable the man who ordered the Rosen murder.
T. Andrew Brown answers questions about his legal heroes, the rewards of being a lawyer and advises young lawyers to like what you do – otherwise you will only be good at being miserable.
Can a person convicted of a felony in New York own a hunting rifle? The answer to that question isn’t so simple.