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CEO of Yahoo, Marissa Mayer, Has Lateness Issues According to sources, the CEO of Yahoo, Marissa Mayer, has a major problem with lateness. Multiple sources have said that Mayer is repeatedly late for meetings with Yahoo executives who report to her, according to Business Insider. One of the…>read more

No Comment January 25, 2013

Court Rules That Obama Appointments are Unconstitutional A federal appeals court panel issued a ruling that President Barack Obama violated the Constitution when he made recess appointments last year. The decision will not end the ability of the president to bypass the Senate when filling vacancies in…>read more

No Comment January 25, 2013

Daytona Beach Not Gaining a Law School An attorney from Jacksonville said that “plans are still full steam ahead” to open a law school, but that school will not be located in Daytona Beach, according to The Daytona Times. The attorney, Eric Smith, said that he was…>read more

No Comment January 25, 2013

Mark Radcliffe of DLA Piper Appointed to US-Japan Council It was announced on Friday by DLA Piper via a press release that Mark Radcliffe has been appointed as the United States private sector co-chair for the US-Japan Innovation and Entrepreneurship Council. Radcliffe is a partner in the firm’s office…>read more

No Comment January 25, 2013

Woman Claims She Was Verbally Abused by Justin Bieber in Gym On Tuesday, Justin Bieber allegedly ripped into a woman at a North Carolina gym. He mocked her workout, cursed at her, and might have even spit in her water bottle. The claims were amde by the woman, according to TMZ,…>read more

1 Comment January 24, 2013

Union Membership in United States Drops in 2012 In 2012, the percentage of United States employees who belong to unions dropped to 11.3 percent, the lowest percentage in 76 years, according to Reuters. Compared to the data in 2011, the total number of union employees dropped by 400,000…>read more

No Comment January 24, 2013

Wolf Haldenstein Sues Grant Eisenhofer for Legal Fees in Abbott Settlement The law firm of Wolf Haldenstein Adler Freeman & Herz in New York has filed a lawsuit against Grant & Eisenhofer from Delaware. The lawsuit is for legal fees from a $1.5 billion settlement between Abbott Laboratories and government authorities,…>read more

No Comment January 24, 2013

NAACP Fighting Beverage Limit in New York City On Wednesday, New York City defended its size limit for sugary drinks despite critics saying that the ban is going to hurt small businesses and minority-owned businesses, according to The Associated Press. The New York State branch of the NAACP…>read more

No Comment January 24, 2013

University of Idaho Law School Dean Says Residents Pay ‘Hidden Tax’ The dean of the University of Idaho law school said that residents of the state of Idaho pay a ‘hidden tax’ because 75 percent of the new lawyers do not graduate from the only public law school in the state,…>read more

No Comment January 24, 2013

Testimony on Benghazi Angers Hillary Clinton On Wednesday, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton testified on Capitol Hill about the attack in Benghazi, Libya on September 11, 2012. During the testimony, Clinton became angry with Senator Ron Johnson, a Republican from Wisconsin. He questioned her department’s accounts…>read more

No Comment January 24, 2013

Job of the Day
Employee Benefits Attorney-Partner (562003)
USA-PA-Philadelphia

One of the region\'s highly regarded, mid-sized law firms is offering attractive terms to a partner-level attorney with demonstrated expertise in the area of employee benefits/ERISA law.  An LL.M...