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Man in Court to Fight Traffic Ticket Winds up on Jury On December 4, a man arrived at Hampden Hall of Justice on State Street in Springfield, Massachusetts to argue a traffic ticket. What he wound up doing was appearing on a jury, hearing evidence and then deliberating in a District…>read more

No Comment December 17, 2012

Kirkland & Ellis Adds Sarkis Jebejian from Cravath   Sarkis Jebejian has joined the law firm of Kirkland & Ellis LLP in its New York office as a partner in the Corporate Practice Group, according to a press release on the firm’s website.  Jebejian comes to Kirkland &…>read more

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Arlene Magdon Named as Heir to Fortune of Recluse A woman from California received some interesting, yet exciting, news from officials in Carson City, Nevada recently. The news was that the woman was the heir to a reclusive cousin’s stash of gold bars and coins found in his garage…>read more

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Westboro Baptist Church Plans to Protest Newtown Victims’ Funerals It was announced on Sunday that the Westboro Baptist Church will be picketing vigils held for the victims of the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. The spokesperson for the group, Shirley Phelps-Roper, said via Twitter that…>read more

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Suspect from St. Vincent Hospital Shooting Identified The suspect in the St. Vincent Hospital shooting that occurred this past weekend has been identified by police officers. The shooting occurred early on Saturday morning. The suspect has been identified as Jason Letts, 38, from Jemison. According to Sgt.…>read more

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Lawsuit Filed by Federal Judges Regarding Pay Increases Congress was ordered back in October by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit to pay six federal judges years of back pay. A class-action lawsuit is being pushed by federal judges to make sure that the remaining…>read more

No Comment December 14, 2012

United States and Germany Deploy Patriot Missiles to Turkish Border Patriot missiles and troops are being sent by the United States and Germany to the Turkish border in an effort to warn Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad, according to CNN. U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said that the missiles would be…>read more

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Employee of McDonald’s for 20 Years Still Makes Minimum Wage Tyree Johnson has been cooking hamburgers and working the fryer at McDonald’s and he is still making the minimum wage, according to a report from Bloomberg. Johnson works at two McDonald’s in his hometown of Chicago and is earning the…>read more

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New Study Reveals Overeating Larger Problem Than Malnourishment For the first time in history, a study shows that the number of years of healthy living lost because of eating too much is higher than the number of years lost by people who do not eat enough food, according…>read more

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Tenure Review Case for Vineland Teacher is First Under New Law Mark C. Bringhurst, a teacher from Vineland, New Jersey, who was caught running naked around an apartment complex because of a dare has lost his job. His tenure case was the first under a new law created to reduce the…>read more

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Corporate Associate with 2-3 years of Corporate Law Experience
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Top international law firm is seeking a corporate associate for their DC office, with 2-3 years of corporate law experience, to focus on global reorganizations matters. While prior experience with reo...