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Sometimes “the Man on Five” Ends Up With Zero

In his latest installment of “From a Litigation Perspective …” published in Pratt’s Journal of Bankruptcy Law, Firm Member Terence G. Banich explains why principles of collateral estoppel can bind the federal government in a prosecuting a criminal case after it lost an earlier civil case against the same parties. Read Article

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Sometimes “the Man on Five” Ends Up With Zero

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Seventh Circuit rules that Title VII Protects Against Discrimination Based on Sexual Orientation

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The Barton Doctrine Has Its Limits

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It Depends Upon What the Meaning of the Word “Is” is: Court of Chancery Defines the Meaning of “Is” in 8 Del. C. § 220(c), an Issue of First Impression

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