John Stone - National Legal Research Group



John Stone
National Legal Research Group
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John Stone
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About John M. Stone J.D., Marshall Wythe School of Law, College of William and Mary. Member, Virginia Bar. John has written several publications, including Cause of Action Under 42 USC §1983 for Use of Excessive Force by Police in Making Arrest, 18 C.O.A. 871 (1989), and Cause of Action Under 42 USC § 1983 for Termination or Other Adverse Job Action Based on Political Associations of Public Employees or Officials, ___ C.O.A. ___ (In Press). He has been with NLRG since 1978 and specializes in Administrative Law, Civil Rights, Eminent Domain, and Local & State Government. About National Legal Research Group Since our founding in 1969, the National Legal Research Group has served the legal community throughout the nation by providing high quality, cost effective research, analysis and writing. Our attorneys are experienced specialists, representing the bars of twenty-two states, and chosen for their outstanding ability and expertise in research, writing, analysis, and advocacy. The National Legal Research Group has a full-time staff of over 30 specialized research attorneys. In addition to the experience they have acquired through working with more than 37,000 lawyers from across the United States, our attorneys have strong academic credentials as well as diverse geographic backgrounds in the law. The attorneys on our staff come from 28 law schools and have been admitted to practice law in 22 different states. Many were engaged in private practice for a number of years prior to joining our firm. Each of our attorneys is assigned to a team whose member attorneys are responsible for several related areas of law. Within each team, attorneys specialize by area of law. Members of the Public Law team, for example, specialize in such areas as administrative law, civil rights, constitutional law, eminent domain, local government, and zoning. Such specialization improves the efficiency and effectiveness of our research and publications. http://www.nlrg.com