Taking a second look at first day relief: an examination of recent bankruptcy trends through the lens of two important debtor motions and their impact on Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings.
by J. Lott Warren and Kara E. Shea
A recent 6th Circuit Court decision could have big implications for employers who don’t follow reasonable-accommodation standards within disability and medical-leave law to the letter.
COVID-19 and a Cloud of Dust
by John J. Song and Theodore M. Becker
Think ERISA health plan litigation was convoluted before? The pandemic—and future pathogens such as the monkeypox virus currently causing consternation among health authorities worldwide—will further upend the legal landscape as new regulations and statutes take effect.
The Great Debate: Do You Arbitrate Commercial Disputes?
by David K. Taylor
In a civil case, is it wiser for a business to try to persuade the counterparty to agree from the outset to arbitration—or potentially to place its very solvency in the unpredictable hands of a judge and jury?
Before the Claim Hits
by George L. Lankford
General liability insurance is rarely as simple as it might seem—and if you wait to examine your policy specifics until your business has been sued, it’s too late.
7 Things to Never Do After a Car Accident
by Daniel Petrov
Petrov Law Firm discusses things to never do after a car accident. Read on to learn more.
What Should You Do if the Other Driver Doesn't Report the Accident?
by Sean Lopez
Advice from a personal injury attorney on what to do when the other driver doesn't report the auto accident.
How A Claim Can Create A ‘Class’ of Its Own
by Justin Smulison
One civil claim can help a victim recover, prevent others from the same harm and even save lives. Tom Connick has experienced this directly, having been at the ground floor of injury claims that have led to high-value class action settlements.
Why Do Rear-End Collisions Happen and Who’s to Blame?
by Matt Baggett
Rear-end collisions happen for many reasons, but the blame frequently falls on the rear driver. Learn about the causes of rear-end collisions.
When to Hire a Car Accident Lawyer
by Nick Movagar
When you get injured in an accident caused by someone else’s negligence, you can pursue injury compensation. Learn when you should hire a car accident lawyer.
What Are Zoning Laws Meant To Do?
by Bartek Szymanski
Zoning laws are important to the safety and protection of communities.
Same-Sex Couples and Marriage Visas: Everything You Need To Know
by Elizabeth Hagearty
All marriages are considered equal under U.S. law. Here’s what that means for LGBTQIA+ immigrants.
Announcing the 2022 Best Lawyers: The Corporate Law and Commercial Litigation Issue
by Best Lawyers
The first edition of Best Lawyers: The Corporate Law and Commercial Litigation Issues features thought leadership articles from attorneys around the nation, as well as listings in more than 70 practice areas.
Unwavering Dedication to Clients
by Best Lawyers
Trial attorneys Michael Lyons and Chris Simmons find motivation when the result means everything.