Stephen C. Leckar’s article for Judicature magazine’s new Autumn 2017 issue is titled “When Should Trial Judges Consider Constraining a Defendant’s Right to Self-Representation?” Judicature is a scholarly magazine published by Duke University Law Center. Excerpt from article: The defendant is accused of serious felony offenses but insists on exercising the right of self-representation. The […]
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Kalbian Hagerty LLP, an Ally Law member in Washington, DC and Abu Dhabi, recently won an important victory for its Saudi client, Arabian Support & Services Co., Ltd. (“ASASCO”), in an appeal before the First Circuit Court of Appeals. The First Circuit held that the lower court erred in dismissing ASASCO’s claim against Textron Services Corporation […]
Kalbian Hagerty LLP, an Ally Law member in Washington, DC and Abu Dhabi, recently won an important victory for its client, the Iraq Middle Market Development Foundation (IMMDF), in an appeal before the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals. The case involved the interpretation of the Uniform Foreign Money-Judgments Recognition Act (or UFMJRA) which was intended […]
WASHINGTON, PRNewswire/ — Today, Oceana, the world’s largest organization focused solely on ocean conservation, announced its new chairman, Simon Sidamon-Eristoff of Washington, D.C., and other new officers for its board of directors, the organization’s governing body. Comprised of 19 leaders in business, academia, philanthropy and the arts, Oceana’s board of directors has played a key […]
4/15 — Haig V. Kalbian, Managing Partner, Kalbian Hagerty LLP, was recently interviewed by The New Yorker magazine about a $9 billion civil case involving his client, Glenn Stewart, a California resident and former chief executive of The International Banking Corporation (TIBC), a large bank in Bahrain. In 2011, Ahmad Hamad Al Gosaibi and Brothers […]