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Litigation

Litigation

Litigation Usually Isn't the Solution But Sometimes It Totally Is

Win or lose, your attorney is costing you hundreds of dollars an hour.

Florida Medical Marijuana System Now In Court

The suit is not about stopping medical marijuana in Florida but what the rules ought to be governing a lucrative market.

You Can Block Critics on Twitter, but the President Can't

A federal judge has ruled people have a First Amendment right to comment on President Trump's Twitter feed even if he doesn't like what they say.

This May Not be the News You Want But Bringing a Lawsuit Just Got Easier

An insurance startup has a new policy that will cover the costs of bringing a case that you lose.

Successfully Making the Jump From Employee to Entrepreneur

It took me more than one leap to land safely on the other side.

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