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Prospering Investment
With his distinctive background as an attorney, Sachin D. Adarkar fit naturally with Prosper Marketplace Inc.

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David Weekly partnered with Brent Taylor and David Knopf to create the company that now services general counsel, law firms and corporate boards.

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Having been diagnosed with cerebral palsy as a young child, Randall M. Howe shrugs off adversity on a daily basis.

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Detroit: Chapter 9 eligible
Judge rules that Detroit is eligible for Chapter 9 bankruptcy protection. What does that mean for the city and the future of Chapter 9 bankruptcy?

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Driven by Purpose
Having been diagnosed with cerebral palsy as a young child, Randall M. Howe shrugs off adversity on a daily basis.

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Prospering Investment
With his distinctive background as an attorney, Sachin D. Adarkar fit naturally with Prosper Marketplace Inc.
Confidentiality
In the real world, employee/witnesses often decline to cooperate with internal investigations, which could lead to discipline against other employees. In many cases, they realistically believe that, if their identity becomes known to other employees and/or to the union, they may face hostility and even coercive acts.

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Arizona’s Adult Protective Services Act
Under this act, vulnerable adults are protected from exploitation by people who are in a position of trust and confidence. The Act includes broad remedies. Those who have taken advantage of a vulnerable adult can be held liable, both criminally and civilly.
Environmental Risks and Real Estate
Evaluating environmental risks associated with real estate transactions is a standard, and often standardized, practice for sophisticated real estate practitioners. However, in light of several recent developments, now is an appropriate time for an update on identifying, evaluating, and minimizing environmental risks.
Bad facts will create bad law, sooner or later
There is an old saying about bad facts making bad law. It is probably true, but luckily, that does not have to be the case. Look no further than the recent Arizona Court of Appeals case of State v. Lucas and its predecessor for proof.
Cybersecurity
The recent string of well-publicized data breaches has demonstrated that cyber criminals are targeting companies of all sizes and in all industries. Even companies with the most sophisticated security systems admit that the hackers are usually one step ahead of them.

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Detroit: Chapter 9 eligible
Judge rules that Detroit is eligible for Chapter 9 bankruptcy protection. What does that mean for the city and the future of Chapter 9 bankruptcy?

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Having been diagnosed with cerebral palsy as a young child, Randall M. Howe shrugs off adversity on a daily basis.

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Prospering Investment
With his distinctive background as an attorney, Sachin D. Adarkar fit naturally with Prosper Marketplace Inc.

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