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Claims Against Dewey Sought by Creditors According to a report from Reuters, a group of creditors requested approval from U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Martin Glenn to go after claims against three ex-managers of Dewey & LeBoeuf so they can recover money lost in the firm’s bankruptcy. The…>read more

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NASCAR Issues Punishments for Brawl On Sunday afternoon, a brawl broke out during the Sprint Cup race in Phoenix at the AdvoCare 500 at Phoenix International Raceway. The fight started when Jeff Gordon and Clint Bowyer bumped during the 305th lap of the race. Then,…>read more

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Fire Trump Petition Sent to Macy’s Macy’s is being asked by over 350,000 people who have signed a petition to fire Donald Trump as one of their spokespeople. The petition has acquired over 350,495 signatures as of Tuesday and it mentions Trumps “sexist behavior” and his…>read more

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Petitions to Secede from Union Circulating The “We the People” program, featured on the website for the White House, is a program run by the administration of President Barack Obama. That program has received over one dozen petitions from residents of individual states that requests secession…>read more

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Priest Has Ear Bitten Off by Another Priest A fight broke out between two elderly priests regarding a parking bay where they live in a complex in Dianella. The incident occurred on Friday where three retired Catholic priests reside. Father Thomas Henry Byrne appeared in court recently after…>read more

No Comment November 12, 2012

Kevin Clash, Elmo Voice, Accused of Underage Sex Accusations have surfaced against the voice of Elmo from Sesame Street, Kevin Clash, which he vehemently denies, according to TMZ. The claims against Clash are that he was involved in a sexual relationship with a 16-year-old boy. Lawyers from Sesame…>read more

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Supreme Court to Decide Legality of DNA Collection by Officers On Friday, an announcement was made by the Supreme Court that it is going to determine the legality of police officers being able to obtain DNA samples from suspects they arrest. The ruling could have implications across the country on…>read more

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Roche Asked to Reveal Tamiflu Data Roche, the company that makes the drug Tamiflu, has been asked by a British medical journal to release all of the information about the drug because the journal claims that the drug does not stop the flu. Governments across the…>read more

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Lawsuit Against John Marshall Law School Dismissed A lawsuit filed against John Marshall Law School was thrown out of court by a judge from Cook County that claimed the school, in Chicago, falsely advertised employment numbers associated with its graduates, according to the Chicago Tribune. According to…>read more

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John Schnatter to Cut Hours for Papa John’s Employees The CEO of Papa John’s, John Schnatter, has announced plans that would pass on the costs of health care reform to his employees in response to Obamacare. Schnatter has announced that he will more than likely cut the number of…>read more

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USA-CA-Thousand Oaks

Candidate will assist attorney and team with estate planning, probate and trust administration, court accountings, business formation, governance, and succession planning.  This could be a part o...