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Must prejudice be shown in order for a party to irrevocably waive its right to arbitrate by “participating” in litigation? See “Justices to decide waiver of right to arbitrate” Stok & Associates v. Citibank, No. 10-514.Certiorari granted:  Feb. 22, 2011. ...

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Employment law trends of 2010 in review

In the past year, Lawyers USA has covered the major developments in employment law, including case law, litigation, legislation and tips and trends for small and solo firms. Here's a look back at our employment law highlights of 2010.

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