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INSIGHT: It’s Time to Address the Gender Divide in Law

| August 25, 2020 | Articles

The unconscionable actions and rantings that led up to the murder of the son of a New Jersey federal judge show the sad underbelly of gender discrimination in law. U.S. District Judge Alia Moses and Nicole Westbrook, a litigator with Jones & Keller, say the current construct of the legal profession feeds anti-feminist thinking, but it can change. Learn how we can constructively move toward an expedited and effective judicial process based on the facts of a case, not the gender of the attorneys trying or presiding over the case.

Jones & Keller Welcomes Britt Clayton

| August 10, 2020 | Announcement

F. Brittin Clayton III brings his wide-ranging legal experience to the Jones & Keller commercial litigation team. Please join us in welcoming Britt Clayton, a commercial litigation attorney, to Jones & Keller. In his 34 years of practice, Britt has helped hundreds of clients successfully resolve business and personal disputes through negotiation, mediation, arbitration, trials,… Read more »

INSIGHT: Fighting the Equalizing Effects of Remote Arbitration

| June 09, 2020 | Articles

Remote arbitration during Covid-19 can put litigators at a disadvantage, if not done well. In Bloomberg Law Insights, Nicole Westbrook, a trial instructor and attorney at Jones & Keller, says some sort of remote arbitration will most likely last after the pandemic and offers tips on how litigators can fight its equalizing effects to achieve client goals.