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Public Affairs

Randall Samborn, Esq

Déjà vu All Over Again?

Special Counsel Mueller Has Been Down This Path Before The appointment of Robert Mueller III as Special Counsel to investigate alleged...

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Public Affairs

Alexander Lange, Esq.

Don’t Forget About Dicta

A recent northern California federal court case has reminded us that even a court opinion that completely rules against one party can still be...

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Public Affairs

Mona Amin

Preparing for DOL’s Fiduciary Rule

Many in the financial services sector are awaiting the January 20, 2017 ascendancy of a new presidential administration. Some in the sector are...

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Public Affairs

Ian McCaleb

The Trump Conundrum

Uncertainty and the Scales of Justice in 2017 Much of this nation fidgets with anxious curiosity, ten days removed from the explosive conclusion...

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Public Affairs

Alexander Lange, Esq.

Neutral Experts: Powerful Tools for Litigation Communicators

Earlier this year, renowned judge and legal scholar Richard Posner of the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit published a...

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Public Affairs

Marc Ginsberg

Internet Service Providers Face Public Outcry

YouTube and Twitter face public outcry and judicial scrutiny for their online radical Islamic content.  By Ambassador Marc Ginsberg and Robert...

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Digital

Robert Gemmill

Social Networks’ Billion Dollar Terror

This month, the families of five American citizens injured or killed in attacks in Israel filed a lawsuit against Facebook for $1 billion. They...

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Crisis

Randall Samborn, Esq

Is America’s Judicial System the Biggest Loser in Celebrity Trials?

Since O.J. Simpson’s murder trial, I’ve developed a healthy disdain for celebrity trials, and now, I’m loathing them even more. But as a...

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Public Affairs

Richard Levick

The DOJ Targets Individual Executives: Be Prepared

In this piece posted on Forbes.com, I examine the Department of Justice's new guidelines that are targeting individual executives. Are they just...

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