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Norris McLaughlin Opens Office in Easton, PA

Norris McLaughlin, P.A. announced it has expanded into Easton, Pennsylvania, with an office located at 205 South Seventh Street.

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McGuireWoods Welcomes Former Federal Prosecutor Andrew G. McBride to Washington

Andrew G. McBride, a former federal prosecutor and nationally recognized trial and appellate lawyer with more than two decades of experience representing corporate clients and individuals, has joined McGuireWoods’ Government Investigations & White Collar Litigation department as a partner in Washington, D.C.

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Clifford Chance Collaborates With CLOC to Drive Better Legal Service Delivery

The Corporate Legal Operations Consortium (CLOC) wants to help members see the future of legal services. Using a series of polls, surveys, and in-person interviews, CLOC will launch a multiphase initiative titled "It’s [About] Time: Defining the Future of Legal Services Delivery" during its 2019 Institute, May 14 – May 16 at Bellagio Las Vegas.

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Study Shows Workers Win More Money, More Often in Arbitration Than in Court

Arbitration is a simpler, faster, and fairer way to solve disputes, and results in more money for employees, according to a new analysis of more than 100,000 employee arbitration and court claims from 2014-2018. The research and analysis was done by NDP Analytics, a Washington-based strategic economic and communication research firm.

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