Expert Opinion


Mark Dubois: Attorney Sues for OT, Says Document Review Work is Clerical

By Mark Dubois |

The case of Lola v. Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom made it to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit the other day, and should make for some interesting reading, though I doubt it will change the law any.


Norm Pattis: Delayed Case Is Like Something Out of a Novel

By Norm Pattis |

Were Charles Dickens alive, he might choose the case of Ricciuti v. Gyzenis as the topic of a latter-day "Bleak House."

Dan Krisch

Dan Krisch: 'Serial' Shines Uncomfortably Bright Light on Justice System

By Daniel Krisch |

I am hesitant to "Serial"-ize our court system. Last week, my wife Sophia, brother-in-law Vlad and I joined a couple thousand other avid fans at the Bushnell for a Q&A with Sarah Koenig and Julie Snyder, the host (Koenig) and producer (Snyder) of the wildly popular, addictively engrossing "Serial" podcast.