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Mazy Hedayat
(… still more) Legal Industry Predictions for 2010

I was going to write something clever here but … screw it. This is what I think is going to happen in 2010. Big law firms lose clients due to high overhead and lack of value Small law firms pick up the clients and their profitability jumps...

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Martindale-Hubbell Connected
Navigating the Ethical Pitfalls of Social Media

The proliferation of social media as a vital tool in business and personal communication presents many ethical traps for lawyers and their clients. At what point do conflicts of interest dictate who makes your friend-list? How much can you discuss your...

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LexisNexis Bankruptcy Law Community Staff
LexisNexis Video Discussions and Interviews from LegalTech NY, Feb 1, 2010

Feb 1, 2010 - Mike Walsh, CEO of U.S. Legal Markets at LexisNexis, addresses viewers from the convention floor at LegalTech NY 2010. Feb 1, 2010 - LexisNexis' Mike Mintz interviews USLM CEO Mike Walsh at LegalTech NY 2010. Walsh discusses the business...

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LexisNexis Legal Business Community Staff
LexisNexis® Bankruptcy Law Center Podcast featuring Richard Levin of Cravath, Swaine & Moore, Contributing Author to Collier on Bankruptcy

On this edition, Rich Levin, who leads the restructuring practice at Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP, discusses his involvement as one of the primary authors of the Bankruptcy Code, the greatest innovation of the 1978 Code, impact of the 2005 amendments...

P. Anker, C. Goldblatt, G. Shuster, J. Sigel
Terminal Valuation: Will the Seventh Circuit Decision on Valuation of United Airlines Bond Collateral Bring Closure to Recharacterization Litigation?

The Seventh Circuit's decision to reverse a ruling on valuation made by the Northern District of Illinois District Court regarding collateral for United Airlines bonds is an interesting one in its own right, for its approach to valuing collateral...

K Bachman-K Barnett-B Loveland-N Manzer-G Shuster
The Treatment of "Stub Rent" in the Goody's and Stone Barn Retail Apparel Bankruptcies

Two recent decisions in retail apparel bankruptcy cases, in Delaware and New York, highlight the ongoing uncertainty regarding "stub rent". While the ultimate financial outcomes for the landlords in the two cases are similar, the different approaches...