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A city ordinance requires that all financial institutions disclose historical investments or profits from slavery. Client Challenge A major U.S.
HAI | Legal investigators determine the rightful ownership of Holocaust-era looted art. Client Challenge When questions arose surrounding the rightful
The reconstruction of the fact record is critical in product liability cases. Client Challenge In an asbestos exposure case brought
Durable Legacy: A History of Morris, Nichols, Arsht & Tunnell (2005) Produced for the seventy-fifth anniversary of the noted Wilmington
How do you score a touchdown when documenting “common knowledge” for a statute of limitation case? Client Challenge Counsel at
How do you prove a historical negative—and do so within an extremely tight legal deadline? Client Challenge Like many companies
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Sanborn Map of the Theater District in New York City, 1911. Click for larger image. Photo courtesy Library of Congress
The amount of online content continues to grow exponentially, making the Internet an indispensable tool in historical research. Clay Johnson,
GIS mapping is a powerful way to make history come to life. Combining geographic information system (GIS) data with historical
The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) is yet more proof of the adage “no good deed goes unpunished.” Though intended
This is a modified version of a presentation I did for the 2014 Society for History in the Federal Government
Will you be able to access your important digital documents twenty years from now? Data from NASA’s Viking missions to
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