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Marc Summers Suffers Broken Facial Bones in Car Accident Marc Summers reached out to TMZ to inform the media outlet that he was in a serious car accident in Philadelphia last week. As a result of the accident, Summers broke multiple bones in his face and needed surgery. Summers…>read more

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Members of Pussy Riot Sentenced to Two Years in Jail Three members from the band Pussy Riot, a Russian feminist punk band, were sentenced to two years in jail by a judge on Friday. The band members were sentenced to prison because they staged a protest against President Vladimir Putin…>read more

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Stanford Law School Gives Public Access to SLSNavigator On Thursday, SLSNavigator was introduced to the public by Stanford Law School. The program was previously a private one, just for the students enrolled at Stanford’s law school. It is a career and academic guide on the internet that helps…>read more

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Merger Talks Between K&L Gates LLP and Middletons The law firm of K&L Gates LLP has announced that it is in merger discussions with the Australian national law firm known as Middletons. Should the two firms complete a successful merger, there will be 2,000 lawyers working for the…>read more

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Shooter at Family Research Council Charged Authorities have said that Floyd Lee Corkins, a volunteer for a gay community center, was carrying a backpack filled with a box of ammunition and Chick-fil-A sandwiches when he shot a security guard working at a conservative lobbying group’s headquarters.…>read more

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Julian Assange Under Political Asylum at Ecuador Embassy in London On Thursday, the chief of WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, was provided with political asylum in Ecuador. This will undoubtedly create a problem with the government of Great Britain, which will not extradite Assange from the country. Ricardo Patiño, the foreign minister…>read more

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Arizona Governor Signs Order Denying Benefits The Republican Governor of Arizona, Jan Brewer, has signed an order this week that bans undocumented immigrants from receiving local public or state benefits even if they qualify for temporary legal status. The signing of the order was in response…>read more

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Biden Maddens GOP with Middle Class Comments On Tuesday, Vice President Joe Biden reignited the arguing between the Democrats and the GOP when he said that the approach to the financial industry by the GOP would return the middle class to being ‘back in chains.’ Biden said…>read more

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Cops Allowed to Track Suspects by Phone without Warrants The United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit has ruled, 2-1, that police officers have the right to acquire location data from cellphones so they can track suspects without having warrants. The ruling comes from a case…>read more

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Drew Peterson Removes Mistrial Request On Wednesday, a judge was told by Drew Peterson that he was withdrawing his request for a mistrial. His attorneys said that Peterson would like the current jury on the case to decide if he murdered his third wife. Judge…>read more

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Medical Malpractice Defense Associate
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Our client is currently seeking a Defense Medical Malpractice Associate with the following: JD from an accredited law school Must be admitted to practice in the state of New York 2-...