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Longtime Client Sues Squire Patton for Malpractice, Fraud

A Pennsylvania company has filed a nine-count complaint against its longtime outside general counsel, Squire Patton Boggs, over allegations the firm was conflicted in representing the company and its sole founder and allegedly helped that founder inappropriately benefit from the company's stock plan to the tune of millions of dollars. READ MORE »

Offender Must Register Web IDs Under Megan's Law

The Commonwealth Court has ruled in an apparent issue of first impression that reporting a convicted sex offender's Internet aliases under Megan's Law IV would not violate his First Amendment rights.READ MORE »

Yahoo Messenger chat transcripts, screen captures and videos can be shown at the trial of a man accused of lying in his application for naturalization, a federal judge in Pittsburgh has ruled. READ MORE »

Recognition Comes Before Enforcement With Foreign Judgments

General counsel know what it's like to be on the receiving end of a complaint and to guide litigation through the trial court and the appeal. Perhaps less familiar is being on the receiving end of an opponent's efforts to enforce a judgment rendered outside the United States. READ MORE »

Obama's Immigration Executive Order Would Follow Predecessors' Lead

A comprehensive immigration reform bill was passed through the Senate in 2013, but by the end of June of this year, House Speaker John Boehner had announced there would not be a House vote on the Senate's bill, or on any other immigration-related legislation.READ MORE »

Some Conflict Waivers Are Rubbing GCs the Wrong Way

As law firms grow, so too do the potential conflict issues, but making that their clients' problem could be a turnoff. READ MORE »