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A federal judge and former prosecutor, Barbara S. Jones, is resigning from the bench in order to join the law firm of Zuckerman Spaeder, according to The New York Times. Jones works in the Federal District Court in Manhattan and…>read moreNo Comment January 7, 2013
The law firm DLA Piper announced via a press release on Monday that Courtney Gilligan Saleski, a former assistant United States attorney in the District of Columbia, has joined the firm as a partner in its Litigation practice. Saleski will…>read moreNo Comment January 7, 2013
The oldest living citizen of the United States, a 114-year-old woman from South Carolina, passed away recently, according to two of her daughters. Mamie Rearden, from Edgefield, was the oldest citizen of the United States for two weeks prior to…>read more1 Comment January 7, 2013
President Barack Obama was urged by House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi on Sunday to pass on the scheduled debate regarding the increase of the debt ceiling by declaring the cap unconstitutional. Pelosi made an appearance on “Face the Nation” on…>read moreNo Comment January 7, 2013
The deceased owner of a very loyal cat has been receiving gifts from the cat each day for more than a year now. The cat, Toldo, is three and lives in Montagnana in northern Italy. Toldo is black and white…>read moreNo Comment January 7, 2013
The law firm of Loeb & Loeb LLP announced via a press release on Monday morning that William J. Kramer has been added to the firm’s Patent Litigation and Counseling Practice as a partner for the firm’s Chicago office. Kramer…>read moreNo Comment January 7, 2013
The British transported camels to Australia from India and Pakistan back in the middle 1800s in order to help with carrying loads and with exploring the land. When the early 1900s came around, trucks and trains were available to explore…>read more1 Comment January 4, 2013
The compounding pharmacy from Framingham that was accused of manufacturing tainted steroid injections responsible for killing dozens of people across the country has decided to place the blame elsewhere, according to the Boston Globe. The pharmacy, the New England Compounding…>read moreNo Comment January 4, 2013
Three police officers from Newton, Massachusetts were caught by police officers from Framingham after they egged the home of a superior officer, according to The MetroWest Daily News. The egging happened around 1:50 a.m. on Tuesday, December 11, according to…>read moreNo Comment January 4, 2013
In the month of December, the legal services sector in the United States gained 1,000 jobs despite the national unemployment rate staying at 7.8 percent, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The added 1,000 jobs in the legal…>read moreNo Comment January 4, 2013
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