Plan Now for FY 2018 Cap-Subject H-1B Visa Petitions


Now that we have rung in 2017, it is a good time to start planning for Fiscal Year 2018 cap-subject H-1B petitions.
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Supreme Court Amends Federal Rules of Civil Procedure to Shorten Most Litigation Deadlines


It’s a nightmare common to new and old lawyers alike: a litigator awakens in the middle of the night, panicked that she has blown a deadline on a motion filed against her client a few weeks ago in federal court.
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Government Contractor Defense Applies to Commercial Product Supplier


A California appellate court recently affirmed a decision granting summary judgment in favor of an asbestos supplier under the government contractor defense.
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What Can A Company Expect After Losing A Major Personal Injury Case At Trial? Getting Sued Again For The Same Injury, To The Same Person


For a company doing business in Maryland, navigating the landscape of survival and wrongful death claims can be succinctly summed up by the “Relationship Status” often seen on the profiles of Facebook users: “It’s Complicated.”
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Paid Leave Laws on the Table in Maryland and DC


Both DC and Maryland may be coming closer to implementing paid leave on a statewide (or District-wide) basis in the near future.
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