Why the Law?

By Linda Northrup. I first entered a Courtroom as a lawyer almost thirty years ago. Since then, I have always known that I chose the greatest profession in the world, particularly for me. I remain energized and engaged; there is no “burn out” in sight even after many years of late nights, emergency motions, difficult […]

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What a Plaintiff Really Wants

By David Schlueter. In my many years handling complex, construction matters, I’m always amazed when I discover the real issues and what a plaintiff really wants from a defendant. Although a complaint is always asking for money for repairs, damages, etc., sometimes the real tipping point for a settlement lies in another completely different, and […]

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