Ben Cutting

Ben Cutting is a legal expert and writer with over 30 years of experience in the field of law. Throughout his career, Ben Cutting has worked on a wide range of legal cases. He is passionate about educating people on their legal rights and helping them navigate the complexities of the legal system.

Lawyer, Mom, Owner: One Thousand Strong, One Virtual Summit to Rule Them All

If you haven’t read it elsewhere, MyShingle along with a few other lawyer mom owners is planning a virtual summit to celebrate and empower lawyer|mom|firm owners. We’re planning some AMAZING and diverse keynote speakers, panels on all the legal issues related to going virtual to how moms are balancing school, kids and work for their […]

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Rural Justice

On one side, 14 of America’s largest companies; on the other, a scrappy small town attorney and the sister of an opioid addict. This is the story of a fight between rural West Virginians and the drug distributors that profited from their suffering. At the center is an unfortunately dying breed: small town lawyers. If

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Taking The Traditional Law Path?

Olga V. Mack is the 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

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Macro TECHNOLOGY New Jersey Supreme Court Says ‘Forgone Conclusion’ Trumps Fifth Amendment In Crooked Cop Case

The New Jersey Supreme Court has made the Fifth Amendment discussion surrounding compelled production of passwords/ passcodes more interesting. And by interesting, I mean frustrating. (h/t Orin Kerr) The issue is far from settled and the nation’s top court hasn’t felt like settling it yet. Precedent continues to accumulate, but it’s contradictory and tends to hinge on each court’s interpretation of the “foregone conclusion” concept. If

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