In the days following the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, law firms nationwide released statements, expressing a sense of duty to speak out against hate and to reinforce their commitment to a tolerant and diverse workplace. But Dilworth Paxson had a more specific motivation for addressing the issue.
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A child can intervene in his parents' marital settlement agreement to enforce a provision that directly benefits him, the Pennsylvania Superior Court has ruled.
In The Legal’s Energy/Environmental Law supplement, read about EPA budget cuts, endangered species and project planning, and the scope of the ERA.
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