In a published opinion issued two weeks after oral argument, the Chicago-based 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has overturned the denial of disability benefits to a woman who claimed severe pain because of a herniated disc.
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It was a bit jarring to hear about Husch Blackwell's decision to eliminate traditional practice groups altogether.
The ABA Journal won Magazine of the Year, and ABAJournal.com won a national gold medal for best Web News Section at the 2014 Azbee Awards.
LegalZoom, which began offering legal forms online in 2001, is poised to broaden the range of services it offers.