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Opponents Fight in Egypt Over Constitution In Alexandria, Egypt, thousands of Islamists fought with opponents on Friday prior to a vote for the constitution of the country. In the city, a Mediterranean port, the two sides threw stones at each other. This led police to fire…>read more

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FedEx Package Stolen from Customer’s Home by UPS Employee Al Alverson, from Texas, has surveillance cameras on his property. They came in handy when he came home and realized that the FedEx package he was waiting for was not at his house. He took a peek at his footage…>read more

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Inter-American Court of Human Rights Defeats Costa Rica Ban on In-Vitro Fertilization A ban in Costa Rica on in-vitro fertilization has been defeated by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights. The court said that the guarantee of protection for fertilized embryos violates the freedom of infertile couples, according to The Associated Press.…>read more

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Multiple Law Firms Involved in NYSE Euronext Sale to Intercontinental Exchange It was announced earlier this week that the New York Stock Exchange, owned by NYSE Euronext, will be sold to the IntercontinentalExchange (ICE) for $8.2 billion in cash and stock, according to The Am Law Daily. There are quite a…>read more

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LeAnn Rimes: “I Was Not Drunk on X-Factor” According to a story from TMZ, singer LeAnn Rimes told the celebrity website that she was not drunk when she appeared on the television show “X Factor” on Wednesday night this week. That comment from Rimes is contrary to popular…>read more

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Enrollment in Non-J.D. Programs Increases In a report from the ABA Now, enrollment in programs not related to J.D. at American Bar Association-approved law schools has seen a major increase since the year 2000. The data was released by the ABA Section of Legal Education…>read more

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Former Attorney for Miller Canfield Claims He Was Forced to Leave Dean Altobelli, a former principal attorney from the law firm of Miller Canfield, claims that he was forced to leave his position as partial owner at the older and largest law firm in the state of Michigan, according to The…>read more

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Former Olympian Suzy Favor Hamilton Admits to Working as Call Girl Former Wisconsin runner Suzy Favor Hamilton made such an impact while in school in the Big Ten that the female athlete of the year award in the conference is named for her. Hamilton admitted earlier this week that she has…>read more

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Woman Permitted to Display Holiday Lights in Shape of Middle Finger Sarah Childs, a resident of Louisiana, had to deal with the police after she upset her neighbors by hanging her Christmas lights in the shape of a middle finger. Childs was arguing with her neighbors in Denham Springs, which is…>read more

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John Boehner’s Fiscal Cliff ‘Plan B’ Fails to Reach Vote in House John Boehner, the House Speaker from Ohio, was unable to bring his ‘Plan B’ for the fiscal cliff to a vote in the House on Thursday. This defeat moves the country closer to the fiscal cliff, which is scheduled to…>read more

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Job of the Day
Public Finance Associate
USA-NY-Rochester

Harter Secrest & Emery LLP seeks an attorney with 2+ years public finance experience (either as a bond lawyer or as a Section 103 tax lawyer). Enthusiasm for client service and initiative are essentia...