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Liberty University School of Law Sued in Civil-Racketeering Case In a story we covered back in August, Lisa Ann Miller and Janet Jenkins entered into a same-sex union by marrying in Vermont. Two years after marrying, the couple had a girl. When the girl was 17 months old, Miller…>read more

No Comment October 22, 2012

Teen Girl Shoots Intruder While Home Alone A teen girl from Oklahoma had to defend herself and her home this past Wednesday when an intruder burst into her home along the state’s border with Texas. The girl, Kendra, was home alone when the suspect rang the doorbell.…>read more

No Comment October 22, 2012

Lance Armstrong’s Seven Tour de France Titles Stripped The sanctions handed down by the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) were ratified b the International Cycling Union (UCI) on Monday, which means that cyclist Lance Armstrong has been stripped of his seven titles from the Tour de France and…>read more

No Comment October 22, 2012

Radcliffe Haughton Kills Three and Wounds Four in Wisconsin Day Spa Shooting On Sunday, a mass shooting took place close to the Brookfield Square Mall in Brookfield, Wisconsin. The incident took the lives of three people and four others were injured. The suspect is Radcliffe Haughton and his body was found in…>read more

No Comment October 22, 2012

Tom Hanks Drops F-Bomb on GMA “Good Morning America” has been berated by the Parents Television Council because Tom Hanks said the “f-word” on live television Friday morning, according to Fox News. “Once again, a morning news show has allowed the harshest profanity to be broadcast…>read more

No Comment October 19, 2012

Brothers from Lee’s Summit North High School Lose Court Battle Twin brothers, Sean and Steven Wilson, have been suspended by Lee’s Summit North High School for creating a website that caused disruptions at school. The twins were suspended for 180 days by the school. The website was created so the…>read more

No Comment October 19, 2012

Twitter to Remove Anti-Semitic Tweets Twitter was threatened to a lawsuit by a Jewish group for racist and anti-Semitic tweets posted using French hash tags. The social media company agreed to remove the tweets after being threatened to a lawsuit for violating national laws against…>read more

No Comment October 19, 2012

NYU Law School Updates Third-Year Curriculum The dean of New York University Law School, Richard Revesz, created a committee made of NYU Law alumni to evaluate the school’s curriculum. The committee discovered five areas that need improvement and the school announced on Wednesday new initiatives to…>read more

No Comment October 19, 2012

Morrison & Foerster LLP Names New Chairman It was announced earlier this week that the law firm of Morrison & Foerster LLP, based in San Francisco, has named Larren Nashelsky as its chairman. Nashelsky is a bankruptcy partner within the 1,100-lawyer firm. He was the co-chair of…>read more

No Comment October 19, 2012

Gallup Poll Has Romney Ahead by 6 Points As the presidential election draws closer, Republican candidate Mitt Romney has a lead of six points over Democratic President Barack Obama. The lead of six points was announced by a recent Gallup poll of likely voters. The data was released…>read more

No Comment October 19, 2012

Job of the Day
Legal Assistant / Secretary - Bilingual
USA-GA-Gainesville

~~Rapidly expanding General Law Firm seeking a Legal Assistant/Secretary to join our team at our Gainesville, Georgia location !  Our firm is a goal/target oriented, fast-paced environment with a...