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Mad Cow Disease Causes South Korea to Pull U.S. Beef from Shelves   A South Korean retailer has suspended the sale of beef from America after the first case of mad cow disease in six years in the United States was confirmed earlier this week. Health officials said that the American public…>read more

No Comment April 25, 2012

Five-Year Extension Granted for Duncan School of Law   The law school at Lincoln Memorial University has been granted a five-year extension to acquire accreditation from the American Bar Association. The extension was granted by a state board in Tennessee. The extension now allows students at the John…>read more

No Comment April 25, 2012

Timeline Leading up to Edwards Trial   The John Edwards trial began on Monday of this week involving $1 million in campaign funds used to cover up his affair with mistress Rielle Hunter, who was pregnant with his daughter at the time of his presidential campaign.…>read more

No Comment April 24, 2012

Joran van der Sloot Could be Extradited by Peru to United States   It has been reported that the extradition process to bring Joran van der Sloot from Peru to the United States has started. Maximo Altez, the attorney for van der Sloot, has documents that show a judge approved the request…>read more

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New York Law School Graduates Finding Work at Small Law Firms   New information was released by the American Bar Association that shows close to 20 percent of law students who graduated from the 15 law schools in New York worked at firms that employ 50 or fewer lawyers nine months…>read more

No Comment April 24, 2012

Linklaters and Allens Arthur Robinson form Alliance in Australia   Linklaters and Australia’s Allens Arthur Robinson have signed on to form an alliance, operating with separate profit pools. Partners voted on Friday April 20, confirming the deal, and it will take effect on May 1. With the alliance the…>read more

No Comment April 24, 2012

Walmart Investigated for Bribing Mexican Officials   It has been reported that Walmart more than likely will not face criminal charges in connection with allegations that the company bribed officials in Mexico. It was announced on Monday by two congressmen that an investigation was started involving…>read more

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Pilar Sanders Arrested for Attacking Deion at Home   The saga between Deion Sanders and his wife Pilar Sanders has gotten interesting once again. This time, Pilar was arrested for domestic violence after she attacked her husband in their home in Texas on Monday afternoon. According to the…>read more

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Dewey Partner Joins Allen & Overy   We have yet to hit the month of May and now 70 partners have left the law firm of Dewey & LeBoeuf. The latest partner to leave exits from the Washington, D.C. office and worked in project finance. Gregory…>read more

No Comment April 24, 2012

Girlfriend Accidentally Shot During Wild Hog Hunt in Florida   A hunter in the state of Florida accidentally shot his girlfriend because he mistakenly thought that she was his intended target. By the way, his intended target while on the hunt was a wild hog. The man involved in…>read more

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