Jack Laffey Sits with USLAW to Discuss COVID-19’s Impact on Litigation in New Short Takes Series
Jack Laffey recently sat down with Scott Carr and Constantine “Dean” Nickas to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on litigation.
LLG Franchise and Dealership Team Pens Its Latest Article in Franchise Law Journal
Members of Laffey, Leitner & Goode LLC Franchise and Dealership Team, recently co-authored, “Thinking Outside the State: The Dormant Commerce Clause and Its Impact on State Relationship Law” published in the American Bar Association’s Franchise Law Journal.
LLG Associate Melrood Pens Article About the Legal Field’s Gender Gap
Lack of fairness, transparency, and access are just three of the reasons why women are leaving the legal field at a high rate, according to a piece written by Laffey, Leitner & Goode LLC Associate Amanda E. Melrood.
Awards & Recognition
Six LLG Attorneys Earn Super Lawyers Honors in 2022
The attorneys at Laffey, Leitner & Goode LLC continue adding to their impressive list of accolades. This year, six LLG attorneys have been honored by inclusion on 2022’s Super Lawyers list.
Laffey, Leitner & Goode LLC Earns Recognition from US-News-Best Lawyers
Laffey, Leitner & Goode LLC is celebrating its sixth consecutive inclusion on US-News-Best Lawyers “Best Law Firms” list
Seven LLG Attorneys Earn Honors from Best Lawyers
In what has become an annual tradition, Laffey, Leitner & Goode LLC is pleased to announce that seven LLG attorneys have been honored by Best Lawyers in 2022.
Concurrences & Dissents
“Clear, Simple, and Wrong”: Politicians Won’t Improve Section 230
Desire to “revoke” Section 230 would destroy statutory immunity for all “interactive computer services.” It’s gross overkill.
Why Almost Everything You Read Criticizing Section 230 Is Wrong
Section 230 takes a lot of heat – and for reasons that are almost always wrong. Here are a few of the common mistakes that you hear about Section 230.
Bad Faith And Lies: The Sham of “National Security”
As a few thousand people and I predicted, last Saturday morning a federal district court rejected the Trump Administration’s attempt to block publication and distribution of John Bolton’s new memoir.