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As of Monday morning, the law schools in New Jersey and New York returned to the classroom following the devastation left behind by Hurricane Sandy. The National Law Journal reports that at multiple schools, students and faculty members were volunteering…>read moreNo Comment November 5, 2012
At some point this week France will reveal a draft of a law that could legalize marriage and adoption for homosexual couples. Should France pass the law, it would become the 12th country in the world to permit gay marriage.…>read moreNo Comment November 5, 2012
The Cooley Law Firm’s New York office has gained two intellectual property lawyers from the firm of Chadbourne & Parke. Beginning today, the two lawyers are now partners at Cooley. Walter Hanchuk is formerly the chair of the intellectual property…>read more1 Comment November 5, 2012
One of the most popular cable networks in the country, Spike TV, is offering $10 million on its new reality show, “10 Million Dollar Bigfoot Bounty.” The show focuses on the hunt for Bigfoot across the forests of America in…>read moreNo Comment November 5, 2012
Early voting has become more popular this year because people find it difficult to get to the polls on Tuesday, so quite a few states have provided early voting times this year. One of those states has experienced a multitude…>read more1 Comment November 5, 2012
One of the greatest comedians of all-time made an appearance on the show “Jimmy Kimmel Live” last week to issue his support for President Barack Obama in the coming election. It was not a typical endorsement either. Rock appeared in…>read more1 Comment November 5, 2012
The blackout at the San Onofre nuclear power plant in California has cost close to $317 million, according to the operator of the plant, Southern California Edison. Edison International is the parent company and it said in court records that…>read moreNo Comment November 2, 2012
On Thursday, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Suzanne Bruguera ruled that Sam Lutfi was unable to prove his case of libel and breach of contract made against Britney Spears’ parents and caretakers. The side representing Lutfi rested its case on…>read moreNo Comment November 2, 2012
According to the Herald Online, the dean of the Wayne State University Law School will not be seeking reappointment for another five-year term. Robert Ackerman will begin teaching full-time at the law school beginning in the fall 2013 semester. Ackerman…>read moreNo Comment November 2, 2012
For the third consecutive year, U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers joined forces to rank the law firms in the country. The rankings are based on evaluations submitted by clients and lawyers. The ratings are also based on…>read moreNo Comment November 2, 2012
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