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Memorial Day, originally known as Decoration Day, is a federal holiday in the United States for honoring and mourning the U.S. military personnel who died while serving in the United States Armed Forces. From 1868 to 1970, it was observed on May 30. Since 1971, it is observed on the last Monday of May. If

I first posted this a couple of years ago. I have modified it somewhat, but the message is still relevant, I think. It also applies to marriage or life with a significant other. When I read about celebrities who have toxic relationships, or ordinary people who have them, I think about the fact that

For law firms in today’s legal landscape, delivering sound legal representation and a client-centered focus are essential, but good legal work alone isn’t enough. A law firm is also a business, which means that effective law firm management is integral to your firm’s overall success.
But, if a thriving business is a goal for your

In criminal law, pre-trial motions can make or break the case for either the prosecution or the defense. This is why criminal defense attorneys must be well-versed in how to prepare, argue, and oppose them. Here we provide an overview of some of the top considerations for pre-trial motions in criminal practice.
Discover how to

This is a post from multiple authors: Rebecca Fordon (The Ohio State University), Deborah Ginsberg (Harvard Law Library), Sean Harrington (University of Oklahoma), and Christine Park (Harvard Law Library)

In late 2023, several legal research databases and start-up competitors announced their versions of ChatGPT-like products, each professing that theirs would be the latest and greatest.

Since 2010, the nonprofit Free Law Project has been working to make the legal ecosystem more equitable and competitive using technology, data and advocacy. It may be best known for CourtListener, its flagship project that houses an immense collection of court orders and opinions, and for its RECAP suite, which is the largest free collection on the internet of

A controversial Stanford University academic paper has taken aim at Thomson Reuters’ and LexisNexis’ generative AI capabilities. However, problems with the study have already emerged, such as using the wrong data sets to get case law results. Artificial Lawyer takes a look. The study ‘Hallucination-Free? Assessing the Reliability of Leading AI Legal Research Tools’, conducted by the

Press Release BERWYN –Deborah Enea, a partner in Troutman Pepper’s Corporate Finance Practice, has been selected to serve as the next editor of LexisNexis’ Commercial Finance Guide. The publication, which provides extensive coverage of commercial financing from basic secured loans to more sophisticated, complex structures, will be released on June 18. Part I deals with secured