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Control in Chaos: 7 Top Tips for Task Management

Working in the legal field as a paraprofessional can be a rewarding career but can also be very demanding. Paraprofessionals have a multitude of duties depending on whom they work for and what their specific jobs entail. On any given

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Cui Bono?: Understanding Common Benefit Fees

Part 1 – The Whys and the Hows The goals of a mass tort practice in selecting and litigating specific multidistrict litigation are to achieve a successful outcome for clients, optimize the settlement payouts those clients receive—and maximize your firm’s

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Mass Tort Selection Tips: Using PACER To Stay Current

Keeping abreast of the latest news and information in mass tort requires organizing your sources of information and using a combination of court filings, news alerts, and networking to track developments. One of the easiest ways to monitor a litigation

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Proof of Use v. Proof of Injury in Mass Torts

A tort is an act or omission other than a breach of contract that causes injury or harm to an individual and constitutes a civil wrong that allows courts to impose liability. Torts fall into three general categories: intentional tort

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MDL Early Vetting: The Increasing Use of Initial Census Forms

We’re all familiar with the U.S. government Census; that once-every-ten-year collection of information that gives us a broader sense of the American population. The information gathered from the Census plays an important role in determining community funding. With more than $400 billion a

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