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Obama and Insurance Industry Team to Fight Healthcare Fraud State investigators, private insurers and the Obama administration have teamed up to fight health care fraud. Kathleen Sebelius, the Health and Human Services Secretary, said that the public-private partnership “puts criminals on notice that we will find them and stop…>read more

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Court Reinstates Lawsuit Against Glock Manufacturer The lawsuit filed by a retired paralyzed Los Angeles police officer has been reinstated by a California appeals court. The lawsuit was for product liability and it was filed against the gun manufacturing company known as Glock. The officer, Enrique…>read more

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University of Houston’s Law School to Offer Corporate Compliance Class in Spring A class titled ‘International Corporate Compliance’ will be offered in the spring of 2013 by the University of Houston’s law school. The course will have curriculum that covers the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, data analytics in compliance programs and internal…>read more

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Greek Athlete Removed from Team for Racist Tweet The Greek Olympic Team has removed Voula Papachristou because of a racist Twitter comment she posted. The tweet is posted below and might be offensive to some: “With so many Africans in Greece… At least the West Nile mosquitoes will…>read more

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Former Miss Nevada Suing Sheriff’s Deputies Sheriff’s deputies for Los Angeles County are being sued by a former Miss Nevada for entering her apartment without a search warrant. The lawsuit claims that the deputies kicked down her apartment door, pointed guns at the woman and her…>read more

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University of Illinois College of Law Fined and Censured by ABA For the first time, the American Bar Association has fined a university for reporting incorrect consumer data. The school that was censured and fines is the University of Illinois College of Law. The school was fined $250,000. The law school…>read more

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Cast of ‘Modern Family’ Sues 20th Century Fox Twentieth Century Fox has been sued by the cast of ‘Modern Family’ in an effort to void contracts that place a cap on pay and limit work done outside the show. The sitcom is television’s most watched comedy in the…>read more

1 Comment July 25, 2012

Wal-Mart Pleads with Retailers to Reject Settlement Retailers are being urged by Wal-Mart Stores Inc. to shoot down a proposed $6 billion settlement for alleged fee fixing. Visa Inc., MasterCard Inc. and large banks have agreed to pay retailers the settlement. The settlement was reached in early…>read more

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Stanford Law Names Mary Elizabeth Magill Dean The vice dean of the University of Virginia School of Law, Mary Elizabeth Magill, has been named as the dean of the Stanford University Law School, according to a press release from the school. The announcement was made by Provost…>read more

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Nude Photos of Canadian Judge Could Cost Her Spot on Bench A judge from Canada is in danger of losing her job because of a set of nude photos taken of her by her husband. The Canadian Judicial Council has opened an inquiry of Justice Lori Douglas because of her husband…>read more

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Job of the Day
Litigation Attorney
USA-CO-Denver

A highly regarded law firm is searching for a Litigation Attorney.  Candidates should have at least 6 years of general commercial litigation experience. Must be able to handle your own casel...