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Popular Newsstand Operator being Evicted by NYC Jerry Delakas is a popular newsstand operator from Greenwich Village who has also been made famous by appearing in movies. According to legal filings, the city of New York has retained for free the law firm of Proskauer Rose to…>read more

No Comment September 18, 2012

Former Dewey Lawyers Who Represented Dodgers Talking Settlement The leaders of Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP pointed to the sale of the Los Angeles Dodgers for $2 billion as a piece of evidence that the law firm was struggling last spring. The team of lawyers from Dewey who represented…>read more

No Comment September 18, 2012

Jerry Sandusky to be Sentenced October 9 A sentencing hearing has been scheduled for October 9 in the Jerry Sandusky case. Sandusky is the former assistant football coach at Penn State who was convicted of abusing boys back in June. In Bellefonte, PA, Judge John M. Cleland…>read more

No Comment September 18, 2012

Cover of Newsweek Creates Controversy Yet Again The latest cover of Newsweek has sparked controversy yet again. The covers of the magazine have become infamous over the years. Newsweek has been known for picking provocative covers and stories. When the magazine comes under fire for its cover…>read more

No Comment September 18, 2012

Secretly Recorded Video of Mitt Romney Released A video taken secretly of presidential candidate Mitt Romney shows the Republican speaking behind closed doors to 30 of his major donors earlier in 2012. In the video, Romney is heard saying that voters backing President Obama give him their…>read more

No Comment September 18, 2012

China Files WTO Case Against U.S. A World Trade Organization case was filed by China on Monday that challenges anti-dumping measure from the United States. The anti-dumping measures from the U.S. are against billions of dollars of paper, kitchen appliance and other goods. The case filed…>read more

No Comment September 17, 2012

Man Arrested After Accidentally Turning Himself Into Police Jerry Lee Washington Jr., from Alabama, was wanted for attempted murder and burglary. Last week, Washington turned himself into police by accident by reporting damage to his vehicle to officers. Damage to his vehicle came from an incident where he…>read more

No Comment September 17, 2012

University of San Francisco School of Law Turns 100 The University of San Francisco School of Law is celebrating its 100th birthday all year this year and the celebration will begin with Robert F. Kennedy Jr. delivering a keynote address during the school’s convocation this Wednesday, September 19. The…>read more

No Comment September 17, 2012

Teacher Strike in Chicago Hits Second Week The mayor of Chicago, Rahm Emanuel, is asking that the courts end the teachers strike that has kept students from the country’s third-largest school district out of class since last week. As of Sunday, it seemed as if an agreement…>read more

No Comment September 17, 2012

Probe by OCC Focuses on Anti-Money Laundering System Used by JPMorgan JPMorgan Chase & Co’s monitoring system for suspect money transactions is being probed by the United States. The probe is centered around the personnel and the system that the bank uses to guard against illegal flows of money. It is…>read more

No Comment September 17, 2012

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Litigation Paralegal (Commercial / Complex Business)
USA-FL-Tampa

Downtown Tampa law firm specializing in corporate bankruptcy, reorganization and complex business litigation, is seeking a litigation paralegal with 5 years minimum experience. A background in co...