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Twenty Years In The Jessup Competition: A Love Affair With International Law

by Wilton H. Strickland It was a crisp winter weekend in 1998 when I argued as a law student in the Jessup Moot Court Competition, which is devoted to international …

Down The Rabbit Hole Of Bankruptcy Petition Preparation

by Wilton H. Strickland During my career I’ve been involved in bankruptcy matters on a few occasions now and then, but two years ago I had an experience that made …

Practice Tip: Familiarize Your Clients With Their Pleadings

by Wilton H. Strickland A few years ago I was taking the deposition of a plaintiff and decided to spend a few minutes asking him about the facts alleged in …

Upcoming Webinar On Legal Outsourcing

by Wilton H. Strickland I am excited to announce that on Tuesday, September 19, I will be participating in a panel discussion hosted by the American Bar Association and titled …

Another Fit Of Fickle Jurisprudence — Now Intentional Conduct CAN Be An Accident For Purposes Of Liability Coverage

by Wilton H. Strickland Back in December of 2012, I published an article in the Montana Lawyer (page 20) discussing the “occurrence” trigger for liability insurance coverage in Montana. I explained …

A Contrary View Of The United Airlines Debacle

by Wilton H. Strickland On April 9 an elderly doctor, David Dao, was forcibly removed from a United Airlines flight to make space for airline employees. The disturbing images recorded by other …

Tips For Researching Case Law

by Wilton H. Strickland America’s legal system is based on the common law. This means that we resolve disputes by examining prior, similar disputes and applying the same rule of …

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