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SLS's vice president John T. Bergin and trial team e-discovery counsel George Carry recently published an online article for the "Legally Speaking" column of the Construction Executive website - the online edition for the magazine for the Associated Builders and Contractors.
SLS’s John Bergin obtained a defense verdict in a case involving the construction of a Major League Baseball Stadium after more than eight years of litigation, a six-week trial, and two rounds of post-trial briefs. John represented two national general contractors and construction managers who had formed a joint-venture to design and construct the MLB Stadium. Plaintiff &...
Over the last couple of months, SLS's Co-President Judah Lifschitz and trial team attorneys Laura Fraher and George Carry authored Electronic Discovery focused articles for InsideCounsel.com's Technology page.
SLS trial attorney Laura Fraher was recently published in the latest edition of the DRI Newsletter, The Critical Path, on the topic of drafting subcontracts with strong prompt payment protection as provided by the Prompt Payment Act of 1982.
SLS's Co-President Judah Lifschitz and trial team attorney George Carry recently published an article on InsideCounsel.com analyzing predictive coding, a crucial but still developing e-discovery tool that automatically predicts relevancy across large collections of electronically stored information. To read the full article, click > read more
The June 2012 edition of InsideCounsel Magazine featured the Article: "Predictive coding still requires human expertise - It is unwise to rely solely on technology that is still so new" co-authored by Judah Lifschitz and George Carry of SLS. The article discusses the benefits and risks of ...
Veteran SLS trial attorney Scott D. Burke has been appointed by the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland to represent Albert Curtis Mills. Mr. Mills alleges that his federal civil rights were violated when a corrections officer at the Maryland House of Correction utilized excessive force to restrain Mr. Mills.
Shapiro, Lifschitz & Schram believes that attorneys have a fundamental obligation to help those in need and give back to the community.
The December 22, 2011 edition of Corporate Counsel Magazine featured the Article: "From the Experts: Is Your Company Tweeting its Way into Trouble?" co-authored by Judah Lifschitz and Laura Fraher of SLS. The article discusses the emerging risks - both business and legal - that come from the explosion of social media use and the expanding threat of "E-trouble" to businesses...