South Carolina paralegals recently took a step forward as professionals when the South Carolina Supreme Court made a landmark decision, issuing an order to create a state board of paralegal certification. The board created a method of using a variety ...Read More »
By Ronald Guerra BridgeTower Media Newswires Annual employee performance reviews rank right near the top as a supervisor’s least favorite task. Because of this and other work demands, evaluations are easy to put off, rush through or even avoid altogether. ...
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Born in Mexico City, Atalia Cardenas was a young girl when she traveled with her parents and sister to the United States. She has made the most of the opportunities her adopted country has offered. From a struggling engineering student ...Read More »
Bar, care center partner for National Health Care Decisions Day event Christine Brown is passionate about end of life care. As regional vice president of business development for the Hospice and Palliative Care Center of Winston-Salem, Brown walks families through ...
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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — People filing for divorce, settling debts or dealing with an eviction could soon have a new option to get help navigating Utah’s legal system. The Utah Supreme Court has approved the creation of a new ...Read More »
by F. Dennis Saylor IV and Daniel I. Small Dolan Media Newswires It almost goes without saying that a successful trial lawyer needs to be thoroughly prepared. But hard work alone is not enough, and even the most prodigious memory ...Read More »
Judge Richard Posner, the formidable jurist on the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, recently published in the legal journal “Green Bag” a delightfully readable two-part article: “What is Obviously Wrong With the Federal Judiciary, Yet Eminently Curable.” Some of ...
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