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Man Fires Gun at Barber Shop Customers During Discussion about Sandy Hook Shooting A man from Wentzville, Missouri has been arrested after he allegedly became angry in the middle of a barber shop discussion that was centered around the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, Connecticut last Friday, according to CBS St.…>read more

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Darden Announces It Will Not Change Status of Full-Time Employees Darden, the company that owns such restaurants as Red Lobster and Olive Garden, has said that because of a public backlash, it will not cut its employees to part-time status. The effort was made in an effort to save money…>read more

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More Than 30 Schools in Michigan Close Early Due to Doomsday Rumors Just over 30 schools in the state of Michigan closed two days early for holiday vacation because of the Mayan prediction that the world will end on Friday, according to an official courtesy of NBC News. The superintendent for Lapeer…>read more

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Katt Williams Explains Why He Slapped Employee at Target In a follow-up to a story we brought you a couple of weeks ago, comedian Katt Williams has said that he slapped the Target employee across the face last month because the former employee called him the n-word, according to…>read more

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Judge Awards Legal Team for Michelle Kosilek $700,000 in Fees The legal team for convicted killer Michelle Kosilek was awarded $700,000 in fees by a federal judge on Wednesday, according to The Boston Herald. The judge told the legal team that it “performed brilliantly” when they won their client a…>read more

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O’Quinn Law Firm Sued by 31 Former Clients In a lawsuit filed in Federal Court, 31 former clients of the O’Quinn Law Firm made millions of dollars from its ‘silicosis litigation machine’ by deducting expenses from clients that were not unauthorized, ‘squandering’ money and not delivering settlement money…>read more

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Legal Employment Brighter in the State of Alabama A recent study conduct by the Alabama State Bar said that the legal employment market for law school graduates in the state seems to be improving. The survey, which consists of 111 individuals who were admitted to the state’s bar…>read more

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Fired McDonald’s Employee Settles with Franchise for Termination An employee of McDonald’s was fired for gross misconduct after she gave a coworker extra chocolate topping on a 99 cent McFlurry. The employee, Sarah Finch, sued the restaurant at an employment tribunal in the United Kingdom after he bosses…>read more

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UVA Law Student Sentenced in Breaking and Entering Case On December 18, Joshua Gomes was sentenced to a three-year suspended sentence in court for breaking into Carruthers Hall at University of Virginia and installing a coat-hook camera in the registrar’s office. Gomes, 26, was also ordered to remain on…>read more

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Officer in Rhode Island Dances While Directing Traffic Officer Tony Lepore is a holiday tradition in Providence, Rhode Island dating back to 1984. He has entertained drivers, pedestrians and those who stop to watch his show for decades. Lepore is a traffic cop who performs disco and salsa…>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...