Ricardo Tosto: Choosing the best lawyer

Choosing the best lawyer to represent one in a court case is never a simple thing. It takes efforts to locate a lawyer who will perform according to the needs of the clients. The legal industry has lately been experiencing challenges that are posed by unqualified people who purport to be professionals, yet they do […]

Litigation, Karl Heideck’s Prowess

Litigation describes the proceedings that are initiated when two opposing parties decide to enforce or defend their rights. The process can proceed either through agreement, reached by the two parties out of court, or through a court proceeding. Litigation: Step by Step Before going to court, you should seek a meeting with your opponent in […]

Sujit Choudhry – Where All Knowledge on Imperative Constitutional Law Lays

Sujit Choudhry is a renowned I. Michael Heyman Law professor who is also known worldwide for his extensive knowledge and expertise in comparative constitutional law. He is a man to look watch when it comes to research agenda and matters constitutional building processes as the advisory. He has played the role of the constitutional building […]

The Second Largest SEC Whistleblower Prize Granted to the Labaton Sucharow Client

Labaton Sucharow Law Firm that was established as the first exclusive practice dedicated to representing Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) whistleblowers. They are pleased to announce that SEC has issued an award worth $17 million to a whistleblower represented by the company for exposing wrongdoing in the financial world. This is the second-largest award issued […]

New York Attorney General to Investigate Primary Election

New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is opening a probe into alleged improprieties that occurred during the New York primary election on April 19, according to an article published in RT. His office received over 1,000 complaints from people who had problems voting. Allegedly over 125,000 were unlawfully dropped from voter registration rolls. 60,000 […]

The Bible Tennessee’s Official State Book.

Friday Tennessee State Governor Bill Haslam rejected, a bill that would make the Bible the state’s official book. Governor Haslam reiterated the bill violates the Constitutional Establishment Clause and is also in violation of The Tennessee Constitution Article 1, Section 3 which uphold no preference shall be given by law to any religious group or […]

Legal Reforms That Are Expected To Largely Influence The 2016 Presidential Elections.

Over the years, numerous legal minds in the United States have been talking about the limitations of the American legal system. This system has been accused of being outdated and discriminatory. Most citizens of this country have also shared their disappointment with the way legal proceedings are handled. This legal system is termed as outdated […]