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Major Banks Settle for $8.5 Billion in Foreclosure Complaints Federal complaints have been settled by 10 major banks and mortgage companies on Monday worth $8.5 billion. The complaints said that the companies wrongfully foreclosed on homeowners who should have been permitted to remain in their homes, according to The…>read more

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California State Bar Activates New Guidelines for Law Schools In December, the California State Bar’s Committee of Bar Examiners voted to adopt changes to the guidelines for accredited law schools. The guidelines specify that the law schools have to maintain a cumulative bar examination rate of 40 percent if…>read more

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Preliminary Hearing Against James Holmes Underway In the preliminary hearing Monday for James Holmes, the man charged with the murder of 12 people at the Aurora, Colorado movie theater on July 20, began with Officer Jason Oviatt providing testimony. Reports from that day said that Holmes…>read more

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Federal Judge Barbara Jones Joining Zuckerman Spaeder A federal judge and former prosecutor, Barbara S. Jones, is resigning from the bench in order to join the law firm of Zuckerman Spaeder, according to The New York Times. Jones works in the Federal District Court in Manhattan and…>read more

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DLA Piper Adds Former U.S. Assistant Attorney from D.C. The law firm DLA Piper announced via a press release on Monday that Courtney Gilligan Saleski, a former assistant United States attorney in the District of Columbia, has joined the firm as a partner in its Litigation practice. Saleski will…>read more

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Oldest U.S. Citizen, Mamie Rearden, Dies at Age 114 The oldest living citizen of the United States, a 114-year-old woman from South Carolina, passed away recently, according to two of her daughters. Mamie Rearden, from Edgefield, was the oldest citizen of the United States for two weeks prior to…>read more

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Nancy Pelosi Urges Obama to Use 14th Amendment Option President Barack Obama was urged by House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi on Sunday to pass on the scheduled debate regarding the increase of the debt ceiling by declaring the cap unconstitutional. Pelosi made an appearance on “Face the Nation” on…>read more

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Italian Cat Stays Loyal to Deceased Owner The deceased owner of a very loyal cat has been receiving gifts from the cat each day for more than a year now. The cat, Toldo, is three and lives in Montagnana in northern Italy. Toldo is black and white…>read more

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Loeb & Loeb Adds William J. Kramer to Patent Practice The law firm of Loeb & Loeb LLP announced via a press release on Monday morning that William J. Kramer has been added to the firm’s Patent Litigation and Counseling Practice as a partner for the firm’s Chicago office. Kramer…>read more

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Camel Culling in Australia Outrages Many The British transported camels to Australia from India and Pakistan back in the middle 1800s in order to help with carrying loads and with exploring the land. When the early 1900s came around, trucks and trains were available to explore…>read more

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