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self-study/Civil Practice

Summary judgment after Sweetwater: Motions denied?

By Rosanna W. Gan, Gary A. Watt

self-study/Environmental Regulation

Drowning in confusion: What are ‘waters of the United States’?

By Marc R. Bruner

self-study/Employment

What confidential documents may a whistleblower take?

By Joshua J. Borger

self-study/Legal Ethics

When duties of candor and confidentiality collide

By Shawn Shaffie

self-study/Civil Procedure

New initial disclosure, supplementation option

By William Slomanson

self-study/Tax

Making sense of IRS Form 1099 in legal settlements

By Robert W. Wood

self-study/Business Organization

The top 10 legal issues for startups

By Roger Royse

self-study/Intellectual Property

Takedown notices and developments in fair use

By Neville L. Johnson, Douglas L. Johnson

self-study/Employment

Drafting enforceable employment arbitration agreements

By Kacey R. Riccomini, Arthur F. Silbergeld

self-study/Alternative Dispute Resolution

Color me mine: Trademarking a color

By Caitlin C. Conway, Peter Harvey

self-study/Tax

Who wants (tax-free) $10 Million?

By Michael Shaff

self-study/Family Law

When absence does not make the heart grow fonder

By Scott M. Gordon

self-study/Legal Ethics

You’ve lost your client. Now what?

By Lucy Vartanian

self-study/Evidence

Official records hearsay exception

By Elia V. Pirozzi, Alex Ricciardulli

participatory/Appellate Practice

SCOTUS Preview 1: Immigration and Border Issues


self-study/Alternative Dispute Resolution

Are customized arbitration provisions the answer?

By Julie R. F. Gerchik, Michael L. Smith

participatory/Alternative Dispute Resolution

Something in the Clean Air Act


self-study/Civil Practice

Anti-SLAPP: The catchall that caught too much

By Hillary A. Hamilton, Adam K. Lloyd, Jason D. Russell

participatory/Constitutional Law

When Is Lethal Force 'Necessary'?


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