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Missouri woman fired from credit union job wins lawsuit A Missouri woman, Brandi Catherall, was awarded more than $500000 in damages because her employer, a local credit union, had fired her in order to discredit her. She had filed a breach of privacy complaint against her employer because financial…>read more

No Comment June 29, 2011

Insider trading case reveals new focus by U.S. Attorney’s Office on white collar crime Matthew Kluger, along with his associate Kenneth Robinson, were found making use of sensitive, confidential information about pending corporate deals to leverage millions in illicit profits be resorting to insider trading and making huge money amounting to more than $37…>read more

No Comment June 29, 2011

Tunisia court upholds conviction of ex-president Ben Ali’s nephew Tunisia court upholds conviction of Imed Trabelsi, businessman and nephew of ex-president Ben Ali. The court sentenced Trabelsi on charges of consumption and possession of drugs for four years in prison and a fine of 3,000 dinar. Tunisia has been…>read more

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Do Small Firms All Hope To Grow Big? The common trend believed by all is that bigger law firms are far better than smaller ones when it comes to profitability. But Los Angeles-based Liner Grode Stein Yankelevitz Sunshine Regenstreif & Taylor seems to be an exemption to this…>read more

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Violent Video Games Ban Struck Down by Supreme Court On June 27, 2011 the US Supreme Court ruled that California Civil Code sections 1746-1746.5 which bans the sale of violent video games to minors is unconstitutional because it violates the First Amendment. Justice Antonin Scalia wrote the majority opinion…>read more

No Comment June 28, 2011

Moscow Office Expanded by King & Spalding King and Spalding is a firm that is known all over the world. They recently added several lawyers to their Moscow team. The additional staff will help oversee the operations of other offices worldwide. The services provided range from the…>read more

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Congo Court Sentences 4 Officers to Death for Rights Activist’s Murder Four officers were sentenced capital punishment in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, for a murder of a human rights activist which occurred last year. The activist was a member of the group Voices for the Voiceless. Eight other policemen…>read more

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Senate Judiciary Hearing to Inspect Wal-Mart and Other Supreme Court Rulings A gender discrimination lawsuit representing 1.5 million female employees of Wal-Mart was filed by Betty Dukes against Wal-Mart and the U.S Supreme Court had ruled in favor of Wal-Mart. This ruling will now come under scrutiny by Senate Judiciary Committee…>read more

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Ninth Circuit admits corruption trial of Arizona ex-congressman Members of Congress cannot get immunity to become super citizens from the Speech or Debate Clause, clarified Supreme Court in relation to a case of corruption by an Ex-congressman. Richard Renzi, a former US representative is allegedly involved in a…>read more

No Comment June 28, 2011

Maryland court accredits spousal privilege for same-sex married couple Even if Maryland does not allow same-sex marriages, it has upheld the practice in other States, by allowing them privilege from testifying against the spouse in a criminal domestic violence case. Deborah Snowden threatened the life of Sha’rron Snowden with…>read more

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Employment Attorney
USA-NY-Syosset
ATTORNEY POSITION AVAILABLE Employment & Labor Law Alan Pearl & Associates, P.C. an established, boutique law firm in Syosset, New York has a challenging full time opportunity available for an a...


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