Several motorists behind Masters obliged. But Masters, who was at the stop light going north on Chicago Street, refused to back up. He sat in his car and rolled up his window and put his car in park for about 15 minutes. He just sat there. Retired Chief Judge Ed Masters caused several blocks of traffic to back up late Wednesday morning. The situation became a spectacle. Several construction workers as well as people in the downtown tried to approach Masters to reason with him, to get him to politely back up his car, but he refused to budge an inch. Retired... [...]
The first edition came out in 2006, followed by the second edition in 2009 and the third edition in 2013. This field moves really quickly, and the pace of change seems to be accelerating, so there is lots of new material in the new edition. With West's permission, I have posted an excerpt of the book on SSRN to give readers a flavor of what's inside. The posted excerpt includes the Preface, the Table of Contents, and the first thirty pages of the main text. You can download it here . From the marketing blurb: This casebook covers every aspect... [...]
Do you need a good lawyer? Many times people are under the misconception that a good lawyer costs a lot. Although this can be true sometimes, this isn't always the case. You can find a great lawyer for less money. In this article we will share tips to help you find a good lawyer affordably.
Ask lawyers for their history before you hire them. Not all practicing lawyers are successful. An attorney may have a valid license, but not be very good. Be sure that you evaluate their record so that you're confident in their abilities.
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