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Morning Roundup

Good morning everyone! Today is Tuesday, July 13th. Here’s a quick recap of yesterday’s stories.

Thompson Hine added to its Executive Committee

International firm Howrey is set to open a new office in Duesseldorf, Germany

Despite law firm cuts, report showed an increase in law school applications

Seyfarth Shaw LLP added patent attorney Alan M. Lenkin to its practice



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Snell & Wilmer added former Holland & Hart partner Daniel R. Frost to its construction practice

Greenberg Traurig President Matthew B. Gorson was elected to serve on the Executive Committee of United Way

Switzerland declined the United States’ request for extradition of Roman Polanski

The National Law Journal released its 2010 “Hot List” of midsize law firms in the U.S….

Disney wiill pay “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?” creator Celador nearly $270 mMillion in damages

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