The Awkward Age
Litigation is becoming increasingly globalized. Except when it¿s not.
A sense of place, as defined by the marble-and-columned courthouses that can be found in cities across America, has always been at the heart of litigation in the United States. The courthouse was imposing and solid on the outside, but a lively neighborhood within. And success as a litigator ...
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