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Sexual Harassment Claims Against Law Firm Settle
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Gonzalez Saggio & Harlan Announce Nashville Office

Gonzalez Saggio & Harlan Announce Nashville Office Gonzalez Saggio & Harlan LLP revealed today that they will be opening an office in Nashville, bringing in Nashville attorneys Natasha L. Blackshear and Dennis Nunez. This will become the 13th office nationwide for the firm, which is well known…>read more

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Goodwin Procter Says So Long To Second Year Associates

Goodwin Procter Says So Long To Second Year Associates 21 second-year associates from Goodwin Procter’s Business Law practice group have been laid off. Most of the layoffs came out of their Boston Office. The firm sent out a memo to employees stating that actions they had taken in response…>read more

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Former FERC Enforcement Director Joins Hogan & Hartson Energy Practice in Washington, D.C.

Former FERC Enforcement Director Joins Hogan & Hartson Energy Practice in Washington, D.C. Today Hogan & Hartson LLP publicly stated that Susan J. Court has become part of their Washington, D.C. office. She will join the energy practice group as a partner. Court was formerly the Director of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s…>read more

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More Layoffs at Dickstein Shapiro

More Layoffs at Dickstein Shapiro In a firm wide memo sent out today, Dickstein Shapiroannounced that three percent of its associates and ten percent of its staff would be laid off. Affected personnel will be notified later today. The firm did not hide behind performance…>read more

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Gay Marriage Defeated in Maine

Gay Marriage Defeated in Maine Yesterday, voters in Maine cast ballots on Proposition 1. Proposition 1 was a “voter veto” bill, which means it was written to strike down a law passed by the legislature that would have allowed gay marriage within the state. The…>read more

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Wednesday Roundup

Wednesday Roundup Good morning everyone! Getting the day started early this morning with today’s look back at yesterday’s news. Eckert Seamans snags four lawyers from Troutman Sanders and opens an office in Virginia. Scott Rothstein is back in Florida. We will continue…>read more

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Eckert Seamans Opens Virgina Office and Picks up 4 from Troutman Sanders

Eckert Seamans Opens Virgina Office and Picks up 4 from Troutman Sanders Former Troutman Sanderspartner Matthew Kirsner has joined up with Eckert Seamansand will head up a new office for the firm in Richmond, Virginia. Three other Troutman Sanders attorneys have joined Eckert Seamans in the firm’s Washington DC office. All four…>read more

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More Details in Rothstein Story – UPDATED

More Details in Rothstein Story – UPDATED For our original article on the story, click here. Scott Rothstein, founding partner of the Florida firm Rothstein Rosenfeldt Adler, remains incommunicado after taking off last week. He is believed to be in Morocco, and his attorney has said he…>read more

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Winston & Strawn Pushes Back Start Dates for Deferred Associates

Winston & Strawn Pushes Back Start Dates for Deferred Associates Winston & Strawn’s class of 2009 associates were deferred back in April, and were scheduled to begin mid January of 2010. Now the firm has pushed those start dates back again. The class is being divided into three groups starting…>read more

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Bloggers Beware! ATL Gets Sued

Bloggers Beware!  ATL Gets Sued The blawg site abovethelaw.com has been sued by a Florida law professor, acting pro se. Although ATL is refraining from comment out of respect for the judicial system, you can find a juicy analysis of the case and why its…>read more

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