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Illinois Attorney Goes off the Deep End Harassing a Client

Illinois Attorney Goes off the Deep End Harassing a Client Summary: Illinois attorney Michael J. Moore has broken several rules of conduct for attorneys and will now have to face a disciplinary decision, that is if he even shows up to a hearing. Illinois attorney Michael Jerome Moore has had…>read more

No Comment September 3, 2015

Former Judge Allegedly Created Fake Sex-for-Hire Ads for His Ex-Girlfriends

Former Judge Allegedly Created Fake Sex-for-Hire Ads for His Ex-Girlfriends Summary: Unable to let go of the fact that two women rejected him, a former judge made profiles for the two women on an escort website. According to CBS News, a former judge decided to seek revenge on a couple…>read more

No Comment July 8, 2015

George Zimmerman Arrested for Allegedly Throwing Wine Bottle at Girlfriend

George Zimmerman Arrested for Allegedly Throwing Wine Bottle at Girlfriend Summary: In yet another dramatic incident, George Zimmerman has been arrested for allegedly assaulting his girlfriend with a weapon—a wine bottle. It seems that George Zimmerman just can’t stay out of trouble. According to USA Today, Zimmerman, 31, was arrested…>read more

No Comment January 12, 2015

Attorney Convicted for Licking Client’s Ear

Attorney Convicted for Licking Client’s Ear Summary: An attorney has lost his appeal to overturn a harassment conviction that stemmed from his licking a former client on the ear. According to the Associated Press, a Hawaiian attorney will not get away with licking a former client…>read more

No Comment January 12, 2015

Street Harassment is Still Common in NYC Today

Street Harassment is Still Common in NYC Today It seems as though street harassment of women is still a problem in New York City. No one really knows the reason for this, but a new video seems to be making headway with the issue. The video has more…>read more

No Comment July 30, 2014

Departing Lawyer Accuses Former Firm of Discrimination

Departing Lawyer Accuses Former Firm of Discrimination Stories of metaphorical bridge burnings are rare in the legal industry, not only because the industry is tight knit, but because those whose bridges get burned have the ability to get litigious, and are often eager to do so. Ready…>read more

No Comment May 1, 2013

Ex-Associate Accuses Firm of Gender Discrimination

Ex-Associate Accuses Firm of Gender Discrimination Julie E. Kamps, a former associate with Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson, has filed a complaint with the US Equal Opportunity Employment Commission, as well as the New York State Division of Human Rights and the New York City…>read more

1 Comment February 11, 2009