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Good morning! Today is Monday, June 28th. Here’s a quick look back at Friday’s stories.

The St. Louis, Missouri firm Gallop, Johnson & Neuman advised companies considering mergers, tender offers, acquisition transactions and joint ventures to carefully examine any potential antitrust risks

Major DC firms are still doing work pro bono despite downsizing and the current economic lag

  
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NALP predicted a weak jobs market for law grads

Dewey and LeBoeuf Partner L. Londell McMillan received the prestigious Reginald F. Lewis Award

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