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Chicago to Shell Out $38.75M to motorist…

The City of Chicago is set to pay $38.75 million to 1.2 million motorists who received tickets while the city was “illegally” enforcing a red-light ordinance. So reports The Chicago...

Uber’s Wheelchair Riders Face Discrimina…

Disability Rights Advocates filed a lawsuit against the ride-hailing company Uber, claiming the company discriminates against New York City riders who require wheelchairs. So reports the Associated Press.

R. Kelly, Concerned Parent, at Heart of …

The father of a young woman staying with musician R. Kelly at an undisclosed location has challenged the music star to file a lawsuit against him. So reports the New...

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The City of Chicago is set to pay $38.75 million to 1.2 million motorists who received tickets while the city was “illegally” enforcing a red-light ordinance. So reports The Chicago Sun Times.

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Disability Rights Advocates filed a lawsuit against the ride-hailing company Uber, claiming the company discriminates against New York City riders who require wheelchairs. So reports the Associated Press.

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The father of a young woman staying with musician R. Kelly at an undisclosed location has challenged the music star to file a lawsuit against him. So reports the New York Daily News.

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The former University of Cincinnati police officer who fatally shot an unarmed motorist during a traffic stop will not face another trial. So reports CBS News.

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Napa County Superior Court Judge Michael S. Williams is resigning from his position after being caught on camera stealing art deco-style business cardholders. So reports the Associated Press.

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Is a Virtual Assistant Right for You?

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News Roundup

Chicago to Shell Out $38.75M to motorist…

The City of Chicago is set to pay $38.75 million to 1.2 million motorists who received tickets while the city was “illegally” enforcing a red-light ordinance. So reports The Chicago...

Corporate Counsel

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Immigration Advocates Rally Around Estab…

The legal cat-and-mouse game surrounding President Donald Trump’s travel ban has sparked a new round of criticism and posturing as the administration and immigration advocates continue to volley the policy.

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.

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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.

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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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