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This morning the Supreme Court will hear oral argument in two cases. The first is Murphy v. Smith, which asks who should pay attorney’s fees in successful civil-rights cases brought on behalf of prisoners. Charlotte Garden had this blog’s preview. D.E. Wagner and Leonardo Mangat...

Much of the business world has long since given up on the idea of fax machines. Those old, clunky, and noisy things that transmit images of documents oh-so-slowly. But can we, as attorneys, really give up this technological relic in the name of efficiency? The Traditional...