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International Service of Process – A Peek Behind the Curtain

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By: Will Johnson
Member, American Journal of Trial Advocacy

For most attorneys, international litigation is a rare occurrence. As the world and its people grow increasingly connected, however, the opportunities for global disputes only increase. 1,235 more words

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Vol. 4, Issue 18— September 2019

Merritt McAlister
‘Downright Indifference’: Examining Unpublished Decisions in the Federal Courts of Appeals
118 Mich. L. Rev. ____ (forthcoming 2020)

Nearly ninety percent of merits decisions from the federal courts of appeals look nothing like what law students read in casebooks. 679 more words

Vol. 4, Issue 17— September 2019

Hon. Joan L. Larsen
State Courts in the Federal System
69 Case W. Res. L. Rev. 525 (2019)

Few judges have experience both as a state supreme court justice and a federal appeals judge. 574 more words


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Civilian Board of Contract Appeals’ 2018 Annual Report – A Review and Quantitative Snapshot

The US Civilian Board of Contract Appeals (CBCA)[1] released its FY 2018 Annual Report in December 2018.[2] Significant developments in FY 2018 included the institution of new board procedural rules, the transition to all-electronic files from a combination of electronic filings and paper file-based systems, and the addition of Disaster Disputes stemming from damages caused by Hurricanes Katrina, Rita, and Gustav. 858 more words

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