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Circumstances Under Which an Attorney of Your Choosing May Not Be Permitted to Represent You

One of the many rights litigants have is the right to be represented by counsel of their own choosing. Simple, right? Well, not really. An attorney of your choosing could be disqualified from representing you if that attorney had participated … Continue reading

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Do Privacy Issues Represent the Next Big D&O Liability Exposure?

For some time, observers (including me) have been discussing the extent to which the rising numbers of corporate data breaches would translate into to D&O litigation. There of course have been some data breach-related D&O lawsuits;  indeed, plaintiffs’ lawyers have … Continue reading

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Be Your Own Attorney – Lawyer in your Rhode Island Divorce – Represent Yourself Pro Se!

A few things that you should know about Rhode Island Divorce. 1. If someone tells you handling your Rhode Island divorce is easy and they did it without the assistance of a lawyer at all then chances are the person … Continue reading

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Will my Public Defender Represent Me at the DOL Hearing?

No. Unfortunately, you are only entitled to a public defender for your DUI criminal matter. You are on your own for the non-criminal Civil Washington State Department of Licensing (DOL) Administrative Hearing. Although, some DUI attorneys might be available to… … Continue reading

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Tree-mapping to represent complicated data sets

A technique developed in the 1990s by Professor Ben Shneiderman at the University of Maryland has come to be known as tree-mapping. As explained in the NY Times, April 3, 2011 at BU3, tree-mapping "uses interlocking rectangles to represent complicated… … Continue reading

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