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Are Most Lawyers Ready for Day One of Pr…

Since November 2008, newly admitted attorneys in Ohio must complete at least 12 hours of New Lawyer Training (NLT) continuing legal education credits before the end of their first biennial...

'Jurrassic Park' Actor Gets 6 Years for …

Cameron Thor, of “A Few Good Men,” “Jurassic Park,” and “Star Trek,” got six years in a state prison for sexually assaulting a 13-year-old girl over the course of almost...

Man Sues Teen, Snapchat for Crash Involv…

A Georgia man is suing teen driver Christal McGee and Snapchat after an accident he claims was caused, in part, by the speed filter function on the popular social media...

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Since November 2008, newly admitted attorneys in Ohio must complete at least 12 hours of New Lawyer Training (NLT) continuing legal education credits before the end of their first biennial compliance reporting period.

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Cameron Thor, of “A Few Good Men,” “Jurassic Park,” and “Star Trek,” got six years in a state prison for sexually assaulting a 13-year-old girl over the course of almost a year. So reports NBC New York.

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A Georgia man is suing teen driver Christal McGee and Snapchat after an accident he claims was caused, in part, by the speed filter function on the popular social media app. So reports USA Today.

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An Oklahoma appeals court ruled "forcible sodomy" cannot occur if the alleged victim is blacked out from drinking alcohol, leading prosecutors to call the decision "insane" and "offensive." That's according to a recent article in The New York Daily News.

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New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady must serve a four-game suspension handed down by the NFL, according to a federal appeals court that overturned a lower court’s decision. So reports the Associated Press

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Practice Management

Drone Regs: Where No Law Has Gone Before

Science fiction icon Mr. Spock once famously posited that defeating Star Trek's dreaded villain Khan would require three-dimensional thinking as Khan’s tactical piloting of his ship was insufficiently “two-dimensional.”

News Roundup

Are Most Lawyers Ready for Day One of Pr…

Since November 2008, newly admitted attorneys in Ohio must complete at least 12 hours of New Lawyer Training (NLT) continuing legal education credits before the end of their first biennial...

Corporate Counsel

GE’s GC Tops List of Highest Paid

General Electric's general counsel's 2012 compensation package afforded him almost $11 million in cash, making him the highest paid general counsel on Corporate Counsel magazine's latest list of the nation's...

Big Law

Supreme Court: Election Districts Must B…

The U.S Supreme Court has held that the number of people, not the number of eligible voters, should help determine election districts. So reports The New York Times.

Small Law

What to Do When Clients Don’t Pay

There's nothing more annoying than a deadbeat client. But, there are steps you can take to make this situation less onerous or to even avoid such situations altogether.

Below the Bar

Fla. Attorney Had Sex With Her Client in…

A married lawyer in good standing was banned from all five jails in South Florida county after a deputy reported seeing her having sex with her client in an attorney...

People

'The Jinx' Subject Robert Durst Sued by …

Robert Durst, the multimillionaire subject of the shocking HBO documentary “The Jinx,” is being sued by the family of his late ex-wife for violating their right to sepulcher, a law...

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