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Clawback Suit Finally Settled by Dewey & LeBoeuf The aftermath of Dewey & LeBoeuf’s epic collapse, the largest law firm bankruptcy in U.S. history, continues to stir the waters. Three figures in particular, Dewey’s ex-chief financial officer, Joel Sanders, former executive director, Stephen DiCarmine, and former chairman Steven…>read more

No Comment July 23, 2014

Zuckerberg Will Serve as Key Witness Against Ceglia in Trial Perhaps Paul Ceglia was over-ambitious when he proposed he had a right to 84 percent of Facebook, as he claimed to have made a contract with Facebook’s founder, Mark Zuckerberg, that gave him such a slice of the $178 billion…>read more

No Comment July 23, 2014

Decline in Law School Enrollment Continues Optimism that law school enrollment had hit bottom and was ready to nose up has proven unfounded: it’s still getting worse, this year, and possibly next. This year we’ve seen an 8 percent drop in applicants to ABA accredited school,…>read more

No Comment July 23, 2014

ExxonMobil Accused of Unlawful Discrimination in Hiring by LGBT Rights Group The Illinois Human Rights Commission granted a significant victory to the Freedom to Work group, and to advocates for LGBT rights in Illinois and beyond: they overturned a previous decision the Illinois Department of Human Rights had made that Freedom…>read more

No Comment July 23, 2014

Munger Grabs Power Lawyer from US Solicitor General’s Office Benjamin J. Horwich is continuing his successful career now that Munger, Tolles & Olson announced they are taking him on board. Horwich has spent a five-year tenure as Assistant to the Solicitor General, a position that has offered him a…>read more

No Comment July 22, 2014

The First Conviction Surrounding the Boston Bombing: Bomber’s Friend Obstructed Justice The collection of trials following the Boston Marathon bombing of April 2013 have kicked off with their first conviction: Azamat Tazhayakov was the first of two who were charged with obstruction and conspiracy to obstruct justice for allegedly removing a…>read more

No Comment July 22, 2014

Kid Rock Subpoenaed to Return Glass Dildo A dildo is not the sort of gift one should ask be returned. Nevertheless, Kid Rock has been subpoenaed to do just that, to present a glass dildo as evidence in a case filed against Insane Clown Posse. Former ICP…>read more

No Comment July 22, 2014

Experimental Law School in Dallas Offers Very Low Tuition UNT Dallas Law School was shocked by the amount of applicants it received for its inaugural class. Anticipating 350 applicants, it received more than 600, 140 of which have been enrolled for this fall. “‘Holy cow’ was our reaction,” said…>read more

No Comment July 22, 2014

High School Spanish Teacher Accused of Seducing Student at School — Booze, Sexts, and More The Michigan teacher charged with five counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct last week, for her relationship with a 15-year-old boy, faces a new round of charges. Kathryn Ronk, 28, who taught Spanish at Bishop Foley Catholic High School, turned…>read more

No Comment July 3, 2014

Cooley Law Refuses Entire Class of 1Ls   Cooley Law School’s Ann Arbor campus may only be the first. They announced Wednesday that they won’t just be cutting down the upcoming class of 1Ls–they will be refusing the entire class. By this they hope to adjust to…>read more

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Capital Markets Counsel 3 Attorney
USA-NC-Charlotte

Wells Fargo & Company, a diversified financial services company, is seeking an experienced capital markets Attorney to join its Law Department in its Charlotte, NC office. The individual selected...