Monthly Archives: December 2014

A Special Thanks From LPR

On behalf of LPR, I want to personally thank you, our loyal readers, for your interest and support this past year.  If we all believe, spread the word and work together, we can effect legal reform. I wish you and yours … Continue reading

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SAILS Project – A Senior Lawyer/Pro Bono Client Win-Win

Senior attorneys at the end of their careers doing pro bono work?  Sounds like a win-win for the senior attorneys and the pro bono clients. For a long time the legal profession has sought for all attorneys to voluntarily do … Continue reading

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Corporate In-House Counsel Embezzled Millions

Longtime in-house senior patent lawyer, Jason Throne, recently admitted to defrauding Hunter Douglas in an elaborate 14-year embezzlement scheme in which he bilked the company out of over $5 million, according to The Denver Post. An earlier Denver Post article, … Continue reading

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How Reliable Is Eyewitness Testimony?

The reliability of eyewitness testimony has been highlighted by the Ferguson grand jury process, in which the grand jury heard from a number of eyewitnesses with differing accounts of what transpired between officer Darren Wilson and Michael Brown.  Each likely believed what … Continue reading

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