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Counsel for a group of nuns that oppose mandatory coverage for birth control expressed confidence in their case against government, citing prior rulings and the nature of their healthcare plan.
A jury in Queens, New York, refused to award any money to a woman who filed suit against a laboratory chain claiming she suffered nerve damage as a result of a poorly performed blood test. So reports The New York Daily News.
A Michigan couple is facing up to 93 days in jail or a fine up to $500 for refusing to pay for a few cans of Silly String at Walmart, where the cans retail for about $3 each. So reports MLive Muskegon Chronicle.
With three groups of attorneys leaving BigLaw to start their own boutique firms in January alone, legal industry experts are predicting that 2016 might be a year of major big firm-to-boutique migration. So reports Bloomberg BNA.
A man is facing 22 felonies and 8 misdemeanors in connection with his alleged impersonation of a Catholic priest. So reports The Los Angeles Times.