USLAW NETWORK announces 2018 corporate partner roster

DATE POSTED January 19, 2018
USLAW NETWORK, an international organization composed of more than 60 independent, full practice firms with roots in civil litigation, announces its roster of 2018 corporate partners. Corporate partners are leaders in their respective fields and provide important industry expertise to USLAW member firms and their clients as they navigate and manage diverse legal matters. New […] Continue reading...

Structured Financial Associates named official structured settlement services partner of USLAW NETWORK

DATE POSTED January 12, 2018
Structured Financial Associates, Inc. (“SFA”), a founding leader in the structured settlement business, has been named USLAW NETWORK’s exclusive partner for structured settlement services. USLAW NETWORK is an international organization composed of more than 60 independent, full practice firms with roots in civil litigation. “Structured Financial Associates is a leader in the structured settlement market, […] Continue reading...

Use of Social Media in Defending Claims: How to “Tag” a Claimant and Help Your Case (#gotcha!)

DATE POSTED January 9, 2018
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Oklahoma Jury Awards $1,165,000 for Discrimination/Retaliation to Male-to-Female Transgender Professor Denied Tenure

DATE POSTED November 28, 2017
A special to USLAW NETWORK and USLAW DigiKnow By Malinda S. Matlock of Pierce Couch Hendrickson Baysinger & Green, L.L.P. | Oklahoma City, OK A male-to-female transgender, Dr. Rachel Tudor, English professor at a state university in southeastern Oklahoma sued the University and the state Regents for unlawful sex discrimination and retaliation in violation of Title […] Continue reading...

USLAW NETWORK releases updated State Judicial Profiles by County Report

DATE POSTED September 21, 2017
Report identifies counties across the U.S. as Conservative, Moderate or Liberal CORAL SPRINGS, Fla., Sept. 21, 2017 – USLAW NETWORK has released an updated edition of its State Judicial Profile by County Report. “We are pleased to deliver this updated resource to USLAW members and their clients,” said Roger M. Yaffe, USLAW CEO. “This has […] Continue reading...

New USLAW NETWORK state-by-state compendiums focus on liability damages caps and workers’ comp medical benefits caps

DATE POSTED September 19, 2017
USLAW NETWORK (USLAW) has released two new compendiums: the 50-State Analysis of Liability Damages Caps and the 50-State Analysis of Workers’ Compensation Medical Benefits Caps. Scott H. Moulton and Fred L. Hubbs of Hall Booth Smith, P.C. in Georgia served as editors, respectively, of the new compendiums. “With companies conducting business and managing operations in […] Continue reading...

2017-18 USLAW NETWORK Board of Directors announced

DATE POSTED September 12, 2017
During USLAW NETWORK’s recent annual member meeting in Carlsbad, California, the 2017-18 USLAW NETWORK Board of Directors was elected and John D. Cromie of Connell Foley LLP in Roseland, New Jersey, was named chair of USLAW. In addition, Kevin L. Fritz of Lashly & Baer, P.C. in Missouri was named vice chair.  In addition, Dan […] Continue reading...

Connell Foley’s John D. Cromie named Chair of USLAW NETWORK

DATE POSTED September 11, 2017
John D. Cromie, partner at Connell Foley LLC in New Jersey, chair of the firm’s Corporate and Business Law practice and member of the Management Committee, has been named chair of USLAW NETWORK, Inc. for 2017-2018.  The announcement was made at the NETWORK’s annual member meeting in Carlsbad, California.  Cromie, who most recently served as […] Continue reading...

Latest edition of USLAW Magazine is available for download

DATE POSTED September 7, 2017
The 2017 Fall/Winter issue of USLAW Magazine has been published and is now available for download. Articles focus on the ever-increasing impact of the opioid epidemic, medical marijuana and the legalization movement, technology in transportation litigation, insights into cybersecurity, data breaches and risk assessments and much more. USLAW Magazine is published each spring and fall […] Continue reading...

Finally “Deemed Dismissed” Really Means Dismissed

DATE POSTED September 6, 2017
A special to USLAW NETWORK and USLAW DigiKnow By Malinda S. Matlock | Pierce Couch Hendrickson Baysinger & Green , Oklahoma The Oklahoma Court of Appeals recently issued an opinion declaring that a civil suit not served within 180 days after the filing of the petition is deemed dismissed on the 181st day in the […] Continue reading...