Lawsuits dispute whether the Indian Child Welfare Act is in the best interests of children

Alexandria P.’s short life has been full of harsh goodbyes. At 17 months, she was taken from her parents after accusations of neglect. Los Angeles County authorities placed her in a foster home—but within months, she suffered a black eye and a scrape and was removed again.

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Goldberg Segalla’s Asbestos Case Tracker provides updates on asbestos litigation with summaries of—and access to—the latest court decisions, legislative updates, and other developments from across the country.

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Poll: What happens when it’s this lawyer’s turn to sit on Santa’s lap?

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    "They’re claiming the coal in their stockings caused them emotional distress."
  • 36.32%
    "Just so you know, Floyd, this is the last consult I give at your 'office.'"
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How lawyers can bring mindfulness into their practice (podcast with transcript)

Lawyers are in the suffering business, says bankruptcy lawyer and meditation instructor Jeena Cho. “Rarely do clients come to us with happy news.” Taking on clients’ tough problems can be source of a lot of stress for practitioners. Cho speaks with the ABA Journal’s Stephanie Francis Ward about how practicing…

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