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Lawyer Inquires About De Facto Dismissal…

A lawyer in the New Jersey case challenging the constitutionality of revoking a driver's license for not making child support payments is questioning how long a delay can be considered...

Class Action Suit Nets $17M for HIV Pati…

A class-action lawsuit against Aetna yielded a more than $17 million settlement with customers whose HIV statuses were accidently revealed in July. So reports Gant News.

Seeking to Avoid Death Penalty, Hallowee…

Lawyers for the Sayfullo Saipov, the Uzbek man charged for the Halloween attack that left eight dead on a Manhattan bike path, said Saipov would plead guilty and serve a...

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A lawyer in the New Jersey case challenging the constitutionality of revoking a driver's license for not making child support payments is questioning how long a delay can be considered a de facto dismissal. So reports Above the Law.

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A class-action lawsuit against Aetna yielded a more than $17 million settlement with customers whose HIV statuses were accidently revealed in July. So reports Gant News.

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Lawyers for the Sayfullo Saipov, the Uzbek man charged for the Halloween attack that left eight dead on a Manhattan bike path, said Saipov would plead guilty and serve a life prison sentence in exchange for a guarantee he doesn't get the death penalty. So reports The New York Times.

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Former Department of Energy photographer Simon Edelman filed a "whistleblower" lawsuit alleging he was fired after leaking photos of a private meeting between a significant donor to President Donald Trump and Department of Energy Secretary Rick Perry. So reports National Public Radio.

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Former gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar wrote a six-page single-spaced letter complaining it was too difficult for him to listen to dozens of his accusers enumerate his purported abuse. So reports NBC News.

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News Roundup

Lawyer Inquires About De Facto Dismissal…

A lawyer in the New Jersey case challenging the constitutionality of revoking a driver's license for not making child support payments is questioning how long a delay can be considered...

Corporate Counsel

GE’s GC Tops List of Highest Paid

General Electric's general counsel's 2012 compensation package afforded him almost $11 million in cash, making him the highest paid general counsel on Corporate Counsel magazine's latest list of the nation's...

Big Law

Post-Vegas, Lawmakers Fire Barrage of Gu…

The deadly mass shooting in Las Vegas, which left 58 concertgoers dead, and saw about 500 injured, has lead to a litany of legislative proposals aimed at preventing similar incidences.  

Small Law

What to Do When Clients Don’t Pay

There's nothing more annoying than a deadbeat client. But, there are steps you can take to make this situation less onerous or to even avoid such situations altogether.

Below the Bar

Lawyer Sentenced to More Than 2 Life Sen…

Andrew Schmuhl was handed two life sentences, plus 98 years in prison, after committing a brutal home invasion. So reports The Washington Post.

People

ABA Speech Code Would've Appalled ‘Frame…

The American Bar Association has amended Rule 8.4 of its Model Rules for Professional Conduct to prohibit “harmful verbal or physical conduct that manifests bias or prejudice toward others.” Louisville...

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