If you’re looking for information on workers’ compensation lawyers, you’ve come to the right place. There are a number South Carolina workers’ compensation lawyers who specialize in this area of law and you’re sure to find one who will be able to help you.

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Construction workers are at risk of getting hurt or injured on the job. Injuries may be preventable, but if they occur, you need to know your legal options. To get the best possible compensation for your work-related injuries, call an experienced worker’s compensation attorney.

Many construction jobs require heavy equipment and working on a construction site is a hazardous proposition. A workplace accident could leave you with lost wages, medical bills, and a permanent disability.

Construction is a dangerous industry and its hazards are well known. Workers are subjected to a variety of chemicals and hazardous substances at work. Taking the time to … Read more

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Olga MackOlga V. Mack is the VP at LexisNexis and CEO of Parley Pro, a next-generation contract management company that has pioneered online negotiation technology. Olga embraces legal innovation and had dedicated her career to improving and shaping the future of law. She is convinced that the legal profession will emerge even stronger, more resilient, and more inclusive than before by embracing technology. Olga is also an award-winning general counsel, operations professional, startup advisor, public speaker, adjunct professor, and entrepreneur. She founded the Women Serve on Boards movement that advocates for women to participate on corporate boards of Fortune 500 companies. She authored Get on Board: Earning Your Ticket to a Corporate Board SeatFundamentals of Smart Contract Security, and  Blockchain Value: Transforming Business Models, Society, and Communities. She is working on Visual IQ for Lawyers, her next book (ABA 2023). You can follow Olga on Twitter

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apps-ga1d3c25ac_1920Marvel has the Multiverse – a collection of alternate realities where superheroes interact and exist independently but are sometimes cognizant of their counterparts in other realities. Oddly enough, our world has the Metaverse, which is not fiction. It refers to the world that exists in digital format. Find out how the Metaverse impacts your law firm by reading today’s post.

What is The Metaverse?

Some experts define the Metaverse as a 3D version of the internet. Metaverse users interact within a computer-generated space. It’s not limited to one online location; it includes numerous virtual spaces. Many users have avatars that help them interact with others online. It’s like a virtual reality game and continuously evolves.

How Did The Metaverse Come to Be?

The term, Metaverse, is new to most of us. However, it originated in a 1992 novel entitled Snow Crash by Neal Stephenson. The Metaverse in his novel was

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You know that weird part of the last few years where even leftists looked back fondly at the Bush administration after seeing what Trump did?: At this rate, future party leadership could make us miss Trump.

Michigan Supreme Court’s new Justice is the first of many: She must have killed the “So why do you want to work here?” part of the interview.

Rule 1 is that you should not misuse client funds: Not sure what number it is, but not misusing federally granted funds is also probably high up on that list.

As expected, counsel defending the “Grab her by the pussy” guy doesn’t seem to have the strongest grasp on little notions like “consent” and “violations of another’s autonomy”: Trump’s counsel argues that raping a woman doesn’t count as a “distinct injustice”.

This New Year’s Resolution? Make friendships out

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Cleta Mitchell (image from the old Foley & Lardner site)

Representative democracy is fine, but let’s not carried away here.

That appears to be the stance taken by Trump lawyer Cleta Mitchell in her acrimonious interview with the January 6 Select Committee on May 18, 2022. Mitchell, who was swiftly un-personned from Foley & Lardner after her involvement with the Trump campaign’s efforts to overturn President Biden’s Georgia win, seemed largely unconcerned with the expressed wishes of the voters.

Here she is explaining that state legislators are entitled under the Constitution to simply reject the results of any presidential election if they don’t like the outcome:

Let me make something very clear. The Constitution of the United States grants plenary power to state legislatures to chose the electors of the state. Congress has enacted a statute which is an enabling law, which I happen to think is unconstitutional, because that

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