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Burford Capital has released the results of its inaugural UK litigation and arbitration funding barometer.
Robert Neblett (Commercial Litigation; Litigation - Construction)
The ruling eliminated an existing division in the circuit courts and required taxpayers to include in gross income all litigation proceeds, including any amount that went to the lawyers under a contingent fee arrangement.
One of the most daunting aspects of patent litigation in the United States is the discovery process.
7) Thus, had Yum's work-product claim arisen in the context of Tax Court litigation, the IRS might well have secured the two KPMG memoranda.
To that end, companies are implementing best practices and technology solutions to improve the litigation process--just as they have done in sales forecasting, customer satisfaction and imposing expense control.
Schrero--real estate litigation, commercial litigation, cooperative and condominium association law; David M.
VSS general partner Scott Troeller said that "as a result of the extraordinary proliferation of electronic evidence and growth in business litigation, the demand for high-end business information services to the litigation market has been expanding over the last three years, reaching approximately $3 billion.
The AICPA's new Consulting Services Special Report (CSSR) 03-01, Litigation Services and Applicable Professional Standards (No.
In the law field, this is especially true of newsletters focusing on litigation and class-action suits--both thriving fields despite what's going on in the US.
This development marks the latest, and perhaps the most ingenious, turn in a run of litigation that spans almost three decades.
A city corrections department moved for immediate termination of consent decrees requiring judicial supervision over restrictive housing, inmate correspondence, and law libraries at city jails, pursuant to the Prison Litigation Reform Act (PLRA).