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Ruth Bader Ginsburg Said She is Not Going Anywhere In an interview with Yahoo News on Thursday, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said that she is not headed anywhere in regards to leaving the Supreme Court bench. “All I can say is that I am still here and…>read more

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Standard & Poor’s Said Argentina Defaulted Standard & Poor’s has found that Argentina defaulted after it could not make an interest payment of $539 million due on its discount bonds, according to The New York Times. The action from Standard & Poor’s occurred on Wednesday and…>read more

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Lawsuit Against President Obama Allowed to Continue On Wednesday, House lawmakers voted to authorize the filing of a lawsuit against President Barack Obama by House Speaker John Boehner. The lawsuit comes from a complaint that he stepped outside of his legal authority, which has created a possible…>read more

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Street Harassment is Still Common in NYC Today It seems as though street harassment of women is still a problem in New York City. No one really knows the reason for this, but a new video seems to be making headway with the issue. The video has more…>read more

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Ranking of Law School Plays Major Role in Deciding Factor for Pre-Law Students A new survey from Kaplan of more than 600 pre-law students has found that a law school’s ranking continues to play a major role in their decision as to where they will enroll. In most cases, this ranking plays more…>read more

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Group of Law Schools Joining US Patent and Trademark Office Pilot Program A total of 19 schools are joining the United States Patent and Trademark Office’s law school clinic certification pilot program in the fall, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. There are 28 other law schools that already belong to the…>read more

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Children in Bolivia Legally Permitted to Work Children as young as 10 are now allowed to work legally in Bolivia, according to NPR. This new law comes against the United Nations convention ruling of 14 as a minimum age. A report from the U.S. Department of Labor…>read more

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Law Firm Paydays to be Massive in Yukos Case The $50 billion Yukos arbitration award from the Permanent Court of Arbitration in the Hague is the largest handed out by the court, according to The Wall Street Journal. The dispute between Yukos’s former owner, Mikhail Khodorkrovsky, and Russia, has…>read more

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Defamation Suit Ruled in Favor of Jesse Ventura Against Chris Kyle Jesse Ventura recently won a defamation lawsuit against Navy SEAL Chris Kyle for $1.845 million, according to the Washington Post. Despite this, Ventura walks away from it with damage to his reputation. Ventura is the former Minnesota governor and WWE…>read more

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Revenge Porn Site Leads to Lawsuit Against Facebook A lawsuit for $123 million has been filed against Facebook and a former friend by a woman for “revenge porn,” according to legal documents acquired by TheWrap. The former friend of the woman created a pornographic site using edited pictures…>read more

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International Tax Associate
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Prestigious foreign-based international law firm seeks 4th to 7th year U.S. tax associate for its New York office.  The candidate must have 4-7 years of experience in international taxation, pref...