Families of MH370 to sue Boeing

Lawyers looking for quality, design issues in type of aircraft that vanished Some of the families of passengers who went missing on Malaysia Airlines Flight 370-the jetliner that disappeared on its way to Beijing in 2014-will go to the United States next week to file

August Debouzy launches business ethics practice group

The law firm has made the move at a time when French and European legislation is requiring business players to comply with obligations and deadlines that demand specific legal skills. The business ethics practice group includes approximately 20 lawyers and supports companies from the initial

States act against FCC net neutrality rollback

States reacted swiftly Thursday to challenge the Federal Communications Commissions (FCC) decision to undo the set of internet regulations known as net neutrality. New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman took the lead Thursday afternoon announcing a lawsuit[press release] to stop the action. That suit was quickly joined by

Ohio county sues 20+ opioid manufacturers and distributors

In the midst of a growing and devastating opioid epidemic, officials in Lorain County, Ohio, filed a lawsuit in the Lorain County Court of Common Pleas Friday against 25 large drug companies and distributors of opioids for deceptive and misleading marketing practices. Loraine County joins a growing list of


SANTANU MUKHERJEE, FOUNDER, EX LEGE CHAMBERS ON RESISTANCE TOWARDS LEGAL EDUCATION “Yes, very true, legal education was not at all promoted; some people even had a very negative perspective of legal professionals. Things have changed now to a certain extent and is improving every day. I


A lie detector (popularly referred to as a polygraph test) measures several physiological indices such as blood pressure, pulse, respiration, and skin conductivity while the subject is asked and answers a series of questions. The Polygraph is based on the principle of psychosomatic interaction of an individual means that psychologically, a change takes