Building an Online Reputation can be Tricky: Amanda Bronstad reports on how the Internet can affect a lawyer's reputation. "A lot of the stuff we see is not, 'This attorney didn't do that great of a job.' It is, 'This attorney totally screwed up this case, or this attorney is on drugs or criminal.' It's bad stuff," said Bruce Anderson, chief executive officer of Cyber Investigation Services LLC in Tampa, Fla., which he co-founded two years ago.
Deportation Cases get a Fresh Look: Immigration and Customs Enforcement attorneys in Baltimore and Denver have had one job for the past five weeks: review the deportation cases of every undocumented immigrant in their dockets, Jenna Greene reports.
Remembering a Pair of Pioneers: Zoe Tillman looks back at the lives of Vincent Cohen Sr. and Bill Simon, veteran Washington lawyers who died in December. Cohen, 75, was the first black partner at Hogan Lovells (then Hogan & Hartson) and of counsel to the firm until 2001. Simon, 99, was a Howrey co-founder, who retired in 1984.
From Valor to Indecency: Marcia Coyle reports on the cases the U.S. Supreme Court will take up in the coming months.