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March 2, 2016

Emoji Fever Takes Over the Judicial System

Last month, we brought to you a story about how social media can negatively affect your case. During our last piece, we touched on how social […]
February 24, 2016

No More Tears – of Talc? Jury Hits J&J with Massive Punitive Damages Verdict

Everyone is familiar with the Johnson and Johnson brand. It is advertised everywhere – a familiar and trusted brand, associated especially with children. Who doesn’t know […]
February 11, 2016

To Compete or Not To Compete: Week 2 in Levine-Piro Law’s Series on Employment Agreements

Just the title “non-compete” makes your skin crawl, doesn’t it? To go all Fox newsy, there’s something almost “un-American” about the word. Competition is in our […]
February 5, 2016

The Digital Death Knell of Court Reporting

With the age of technology comes new challenges for an old system that has, with some exceptions, of course, proven tried and true. Along the way, […]
February 1, 2016

Arbitrate. Or Else! The First in Levine-Piro Law’s Series on Employment Agreements

You’ve just started work at a big-box employer. It’s your first day and you’re given a stack of papers to read through and sign. Chances are […]