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Former White House intern, Monica Lewinsky, breaks her silence in Vanity Fair when she write that her affair with then President Clinton was “consensual.” Lewinsky, 40, writes that it’s “time to burn the beret and bury the blue dress,” referring…>read moreNo Comment May 6, 2014
A two-judge appellate panel has ruled that a father from New Jersey has to pay half of his daughter’s law school bills, according to The New York Daily News. The father is James Livingston, a Rutgers University history professor. He…>read moreNo Comment March 7, 2014
A U.S. judge ruled in dismissing a lawsuit. Bloomberg News reported that New York City did not violate the rights of Muslims by conducting police surveillance of New Jersey mosques and businesses after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. The…>read moreNo Comment February 21, 2014
The statement made during the trial for a former student of Rutgers, who has been accused of using a webcam to witness his roommate’s homosexual encounters, is whether or not the student spied on his roommate for malicious reasons or…>read moreNo Comment February 24, 2012
King & Spalding announced in recent days that a 32-year veteran of the antitrust division of the U.S. Department of Justice Donna N. Kooperstein has joined the firm as senior counsel in Washington, D.C. She joins King & Spalding’s antitrust…>read moreNo Comment November 10, 2011
Chicago’s Seyfarth Shaw has added a team of three patent litigation attorneys to the Intellectual Property Practice Group in the firm’s Los Angeles office. Prior to joining Seyfarth, Breton A. Bocchieri was a partner and co-chair of the IP Practice…>read moreNo Comment January 26, 2009