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Finding Neither Recklessness Nor Bad Faith, Federal Court Denies Starbucks Attorney Fees Despite Victory Over NLRB

“In addition to finding that Petitioner’s claims were not frivolous, the Court does not find other evidence of Petitioner’s lack of an honesty of purpose in this case,” Judge John J. Tuchi wrote. “Moreover, Petitioner did not act recklessly by unreasonably multiplying these proceedings. Finding neither recklessness nor conduct tantamount to bad faith on the […]

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Court: Defendant Shouldn't Have Been Jailed for Failing to Pay Restitution That Was Never Scheduled

“This case demonstrates that these are not merely academic concerns: the defendant’s probation was erroneously revoked because neither the parties nor the judge focused on the fact that the defendant had never been adjudged to have the ability to pay restitution and that no payment schedule had been set before the probation department issued the […]

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A Legal CIO's Guide to Technology Procurement In 2023

For a legal CIO, one of the key responsibilities is to establish that the organization has the right technology in place to support its operations and achieve its business goals. This can be challenging, as there are many factors to consider when choosing new technology for your organization. One bad decision can have a material […]

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