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Judge from Oregon Offers Law School Rant in Case Opinion In an opinion issued on March 5, a U.S. District Court of Oregon judge, Ann Aiken, had extremely harsh words for the higher education system of the U.S. Aiken’s opinion ripped apart the law schools in the country for putting…>read more

No Comment August 13, 2012

Standard Chartered Faces Uphill Climb in Case Filed by New York State A British bank that is facing money laundering allegations from the New York State Department of Financial Services had a 27-page complaint filed against it this week. The bank, Standard Chartered, could have its state banking license stripped by the…>read more

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Mother and Son Tandem Arrested for $2 Million in Toy Thefts In one of the most interesting and disheartening crime stories of all-time, a mother and son tandem hailing from Tamarac, Florida, have been accused of stealing over $2 million in toys from Toys ‘R’ Us. Ignatius ‘Michael’ Pollara, 46, and…>read more

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Jennifer Aniston Engaged Jennifer Aniston finally has another ring on her finger. This time, it comes from Justin Theroux, who she has been with for a little over one year now. A representative for Theroux confirmed the engagement rumors to People by saying,…>read more

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Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan Appear on “60 Minutes” The running mate for Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan, said that he let the Romney campaign view multiple years of tax returns but said he is only going to provide two years’ worth of returns to the public. Ryan is from…>read more

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Father Accused of Waterboarding Daughter A husband and wife from Delaware have been arrested after police were told by their daughter that she was ‘waterboarded’ as a punishment. The girl, 11, claims that her father, pediatrician Melvin Morse, would hold her head under a faucet…>read more

No Comment August 10, 2012

Islamic Sect Discovered in Underground Bunker in Russia According to media outlets in Russia, 70 people belonging to an Islamic sect in Russia were found living in an underground bunker. They were living in the bunker without sunlight or heat just outside the city of Kazan. There are…>read more

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Study Proves Diverse Student Body is Beneficial to Law Students A research study, performed over a 10-year period, included UNC-Chapel Hill professors and determined that a diverse law student body offers many advantages to law schools. Those advantages include education benefits for the institution, society and the student body, according…>read more

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Preliminary Approval Granted to JPMorgan Chase Settlement A judge has preliminarily approved a $100 million class-action settlement with customers of credit card companies and JPMorgan Chase & Co. The credit card company customers accused JPMorgan Chase & Co. of attempting to bring in higher fees for their…>read more

No Comment August 10, 2012

Former County Clerk Charged with Embezzlement for Theft from Law Firm On Wednesday, a woman from Wausau was charged in Marathon County Circuit Court on seven counts of forgery and one count of embezzlement. The woman, 58-year-old Susan Adams, has been accused of stealing over $5,000 from a law firm. She…>read more

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Job of the Day
Capital Markets Counsel 3 Attorney
USA-NC-Charlotte

Wells Fargo & Company, a diversified financial services company, is seeking an experienced capital markets Attorney to join its Law Department in its Charlotte, NC office. The individual selected...