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Little Sisters of the Poor Like Their Ch…

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.

Civil Court Plaintiff Strikes Out with N…

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...

Couple Faces Jail for Silly String Horse…

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...

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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.

Category: Big Law
Created on Sunday, 07 February 2016 14:52
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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.

Category: News Roundup
Created on Sunday, 07 February 2016 14:40
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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.

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Created on Sunday, 07 February 2016 14:37
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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.

Category: Small Law
Created on Sunday, 07 February 2016 14:30
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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.

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Created on Sunday, 07 February 2016 14:26
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Practice Management

Survey Results: eDiscovery Gaining Steam But Concerns Remain

Survey Results: eDiscovery Gaining Steam…

Report eDiscovery Gaining Steam But Concerns Remain: eDiscovery is quickly becoming a viable means of exchanging information pertaining to litigation and other legal proceedings. Our report seeks to assess its...

News Roundup

Civil Court Plaintiff Strikes Out with N…

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...

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

Little Sisters of the Poor Like Their Ch…

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.

Small Law

Flurry of Lawyers Leaving BigLaw to Foun…

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...

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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