You’ve made it! You worked hard, studied, and built your test-taking skills. Now you can call yourself a lawyer. But what comes next? Arriving at
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For all the laypeople out there, going on senior status as a Federal Court Judge means that you work fewer hours/days every week. Judge Katzmann
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U.S. Supreme Court Rules that Order Granting or Denying Request for Relief from Automatic Stay is Final Order that is Immediately Appealable
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PG&E has proposed an approximately $58 billion-dollar reorganization plan that includes settlements exceeding $25 billion to resolve claims by wildfire victims and regulatory agencies. The