What Happens When You Have to Pay a Plaintiff More Than Your Insurance Policy Will Pay?

What defendants can do when their counsel worries more about maintaining the business of the insurance company that refers them cases, than the clients they are assigned to represent? You rely upon your defense attorney. They are confident they will win at trial. You have limited, or no conversations with the insurance adjuster making payment […]

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Your Role in the Pursuit of Justice

You hired a lawyer.  You can relax and leave everything in her hands, right?  Not exactly. Plaintiffs are responsible  for proving that more likely than not, the defendant acted in the manner set forth in the Complaint.  In many cases, the plaintiff’s allegations are based in part upon that person’s testimony; so plaintiffs are responsible […]

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Wong Fleming met with deBedin & Lee in Italy

Pictured from left to right are IR Global members Dan Fleming and Linda Wong of New Jersey and Pennsylvania’s Wong Fleming, and Alberto Predieri and Marco Bisceglia of Italy’s de Bedin & Lee, who recently met in Milan to discuss joint cooperative efforts between their two law firms.

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Facebook glasses: why so many doubts about compatibility with privacy rights

In recent days EssilorLuxottica has presented to the public the Ray-Ban Stories smart glasses, made incollaboration with Facebook; the device, which has been released in some markets (including Italy), allowsusers to take photos and record videos with voice commands or by pressing a button on the right-hand spectacle rod. It also has small speakers that […]

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Cloud Contracts and Privacy

The fire that broke out in the night between 9 and 10 March at the OVH data centre in Strasbourg had direct and important consequences for many companies and public administrations, including Italian ones, with websites off-line and the impossibility of using the services and accessing the data contained in the cloud. In Italy, for […]

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Technology & Disputes:

The Impact of New Technology on Litigation and Dispute Resolution

For the legal sector, COVID-19 has been a huge catalyst for change globally. Overnight, almost all legal advisors decamped en masse from their expensive mid-town and city offices to their […]

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Pre-Launch Legal Steps for Startups

The launch of a new business can be an exhilarating period. Allowing that rush of enthusiasm to push you into a hasty, ill-organized launch, however, could all but ensure your new enterprise’s failure before it has even opened for business. I usually recommend that business owners begin discussions with our Arizona-based law firm from four to six […]

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Don’t Wait Until Legal Problems Strike — Get to Know an Attorney Now

A sudden, unexpected legal crisis can afflict a business at any time. Theft by an employee, a sudden health-related event such as the world experienced this year, a discrimination or harassment claim, issues with contractors or landlords, intellectual property infringement, and other serious matters can place you in urgent need of skilled, experienced legal counsel. […]

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