Government (EEOC) Must Pay Company's Attorneys' Fees After Delay, Unreasonable Lawsuit

Posted on by John M. Erbach in Employment Law, Litigation

At times, corporate targets of government investigations become frustrated by the apparent lack of responsiveness by the investigating agencies.

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The Finality of Arbitration

Posted on by William R. Mauck, Jr. in Construction, Litigation

Many disputes are resolved through arbitration rather than a court of law.

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Virginia to Address Patent Litigation Abuse

Posted on by John M. Erbach in Intellectual Property and Information Technology, Litigation

Recently, Congress has sought to curb abusive patent litigation with new legislation.

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Active Clients Benefit Greatly from Court-Ordered Settlement Conferences

Posted on by John M. Erbach in Litigation

As the client, your active involvement in the litigation process is important to achieving a favorable result.

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