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DLA Piper is Ordered by Judge to Give Roger Clemens Access to Documents Judge Walton had to decide whether the lawyers of Roger Clemens had the right to full access to all documents prepared by DLA Piper when investigating the use of enhancing drugs in Major League Baseball. DLA Piper had withheld the…>read more

No Comment June 24, 2011

JPMorgan to pay $153.6 million in SEC fraud case Investors of J.P Morgan Securities LLC will heave a sigh of relief as the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has come to their rescue by successfully making it settle an amount of $210 Million to its investors as its fraud…>read more

No Comment June 24, 2011

Tobacco companies challenge outdoor advertising ban The city of Worcester, Mass., brought an amendment to its Tobacco Products Control Ordinance on the 10th of May to restrict out door and indoor tobacco advertisements. Strongly reacting to this, three tobacco companies, Lorillard Tobacco Co., Philip Morris USA…>read more

No Comment June 24, 2011

Law Decriminalizing Sexting by Minors Nears Final Legislative Approval The transmitting of explicit photos of themselves or others by minors which is otherwise known as “sexting” will be brought to an end by a law which will make the teenagers understand the legal consequences of doing so as well…>read more

No Comment June 24, 2011

Charges filed in slayings of 2 US airmen in Germany Arid Uka , also known as “Abu Reyyan,” accused of killing two United States Air Force servicemen in Germany was charged in a formal complaint filed by the U.S. Department of Justice. He was arrested after he allegedly opened fire…>read more

No Comment June 24, 2011

US Court of Appeals allows 9/11 suit against New York, New Jersey port authority The US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit allowed Con Edison, an electrical company that leased property from the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ) in the World Trade Center (WTC), to sue PANYNJ for negligence…>read more

No Comment June 24, 2011

Paul, Weiss Adds Two Patent Litigators It was announced by Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP that Nicholas Groombridge and David J. Ball, Jr., two renowned patent litigators, have joined the firm’s Litigation Department. The Former focuses exclusively on intellectual property matters and is resident…>read more

No Comment June 24, 2011

Lawyer Loses Law License After Child Porn Guilty Plea A lawyer by profession, Joshua Jesse Robert Gessler, had been found guilty of having sex with minor and in possession of child pornography. He was former employee of Arnold & Porter. He has been sentenced to three months in jail.…>read more

No Comment June 24, 2011

Domestic Partnership Registry Upheld by Wisconsin Judge Wisconsin’s Domestic Partnership Registry does not infringe on the constitutional ban on gay marriage, a Wisconsin judge has ruled. Wisconsin Family Action, and advocacy website, had challenged the Domestic Partnership Registry as unconstitutional, but Judge Daniel Moeser has ruled that…>read more

No Comment June 23, 2011

124 Year Old Arkansas Law Firm Warner, Smith & Harris Closing Down The prestigious Arkansas law firm of Warner, Smith & Harris is closing on July 31 after 124 years of practice. the closure is as a result of the number of attorneys on staff being reduced from 18 in 2009 to…>read more

No Comment June 23, 2011

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Administrative Assistant / Paralegal (Bilingual)-Law Firm
USA-MD-Pikesville

Administrative Assistant/Paralegal (Bilingual)-Law Firm Responsibilities: Correspond with insurance companies, medical facilities, courts, and other attorneys Obtain all medical records and...