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Lindsay Lohan Owes Shawn Holley $150,000 in Legal Fees According to a report from TMZ, Lindsay Lohan has told her friends that she did not realize she owed former attorney Shawn Holley a tiny fortune in fees. TMZ was told that Lohan has now placed Holley at the top…>read more

No Comment February 4, 2013

Senate Looks to Pass Violence Against Women Act On Monday, the Senate took up the Violence Against Women Act in an effort to fix the failure from last year to extend and expand the law that protects women from domestic abuse, according to the Associated Press. The Senate…>read more

No Comment February 4, 2013

Finance Director and General Counsel at Barclays Retiring Barclays announced that finance director Chris Lucas and the company’s top legal expert are retiring, according to Reuters. Lucas has been the finance director for six years. He is one of four former and current employees under investigation by authorities…>read more

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Law Schools Opening Across Country Despite Logjam of Lawyers Despite law school application numbers hitting the lowest numbers in the past decade, universities across the country continue to open new law schools, according to The Wall Street Journal. In Fort Wayne, Indiana Tech will open a law school in…>read more

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Lawsuit Stalled Against Greenberg Traurig Greenberg Traurig had a proposed gender discrimination class action filed against it last year and it has not gotten too far in the process, according to The Am Law Daily. Lawyers for both sides have been arguing if the case…>read more

No Comment February 4, 2013

Largest United States Human Trafficking Event is the Super Bowl As Super Bowl XLVII approached, which the Baltimore Ravens won 34-31 over the San Francisco 49ers, Clemmie Greenlee was preparing to sleep with 25 to 50 men on a daily basis. The Super Bowl seems to bring around more traffickers…>read more

No Comment February 4, 2013

Beyonce Admits to Lip-Syncing at Inauguration During a news conference for Beyonce’s scheduled Super Bowl halftime performance this weekend, the singer wanted to prove that she can sing the national anthem as a professional. She decided to sing a live version of “The Star-Spangled Banner” on…>read more

No Comment February 1, 2013

Apple’s Request on Samsung Sales Ban Rejected by Appeals Court Apple Inc. bid to revive its bid for a ban on the sale of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus smartphone has been denied by a United States appeals court on Thursday, according to Reuters. The Federal Circuit Court of Appeals in…>read more

No Comment February 1, 2013

Law Firm in Miami Sued in University of Miami Booster Case In 2003, Marc Levinson advised longtime friend Nevin Shapiro about his $1.5 million investment in a sports agency in Florida. Levinson was working for Shook, Hardy & Bacon, according to the Miami Herald. Now, 10 years later, Levinson and the…>read more

No Comment February 1, 2013

Former Law Student Sentenced to Four Years for Meth Ring A law school student in Washington was leading a double life while studying and helping inmates at a jail in D.C., according to The Washington Post. Marc Gersen’s double life involved running a methamphetamine ring using social networking. Gersen, 31,…>read more

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