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Suspended Judge Returns to Bench in Texas Following a one year suspension, Judge William Adams returned to the bench on Wednesday. Adams was suspended after a video was posted online by his daughter that showed the judge beating his daughter when she was a teenager. Adams is…>read more

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Romney Claims Obama Won Election because of “Gifts” to Voters In a report from the Associated Press, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has been telling top donors that President Barack Obama was able to win a second term in the White House by giving ‘gifts’ to young voters, Hispanics and…>read more

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Owner of Denny’s and Hurricane Grill & Wings to Issue Surcharge to Offset Obamacare John Metz is the franchisor of Hurricane Grill & Wings and is the president and owner of RREMC Restaurants, which operates roughly 40 Denny’s and Dairy Queens. Metz is imposing a five percent surcharge to bills given to customers so…>read more

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In-House Legal Compensation Rising On Wednesday, HBR Consulting released its 2012 Law Department Survey, which says that salary for in-house legal counsel has increased over the past year. In the report, 79 percent of companies said that compensation for their in-house counsel increased modestly,…>read more

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Justin Bieber Pulled Over in Ferrari While Joyriding According to a report from TMZ, singer Justin Bieber was pulled over by police officers on Tuesday night when he went joyriding in a Ferrari. The joyride went through West Hollywood at 6:30 p.m. in a white Ferrari when a…>read more

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Papa John Sued for Text Message Spam One of the more popular pizza chains in the country is being sued for $250 million in a class-action lawsuit for spamming customers with illegal text messages. The pizza chain, Papa John’s, reportedly sent over 500,000 text messages in the…>read more

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Report Says Forgivable Loans to University of Texas Faculty Inappropriate According to a report released by the University of Texas System, Larry Sager’s process to obtain a $500,000 forgivable loan for himself created “an impression of self-dealing that cannot be condoned” and should be suspended permanently. The report was written…>read more

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Bobby Jindal, Governor of Louisiana, Criticizes Own GOP Party The governor of Louisiana, Bobby Jindal, criticized his own party following the surprising defeat of the GOP in the 2012 elections. He told the Republican party to stop “dumbed-down conservatism” by ending “offensive, bizarre” comments. “It is no secret we…>read more

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Teacher Blames Sex with Student on Midlife Crisis A 38-year-old teacher, Amie Neely, is facing a felony sexual assault charge for having sex with a 16-year-old student. Neely was found by her husband, who used the GPS on her cell phone to discover his wife in the act.…>read more

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Obama Will Not Back Down from Bush Tax Cuts When President Barack Obama met with progressive and labor leaders Tuesday he said that he is committed to making sure the tax rates for high-income earners rises to the levels that occurred prior to George W. Bush taking office. “I…>read more

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Corporate Associate with 2-3 years of Corporate Law Experience

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