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Leaked SSNs From Gov. Bush Emails & Cyber Summits Signs of Changing Times

The business transactions and communications of ordinary citizens took center stage last week as a former governor was embroiled in an email dump that resulted in leaked personal information of constituents contained in correspondences, while the sitting President talked cybersecurity and consumerism at an unrelated summit.


It’s Men vs. Women in Two Virginia Family Law Firms

When Jason E. Swango began practicing law in Virginia nine years ago, he had the distinct impression that males were an underserved commodity in the family law arena.


Judge Judy Settles Suit Against Attorney Who Used Her Photo in Ads

TV personality Judge Judy Sheindlin settled a lawsuit she filed against an attorney for using clips of her in an advertisement promoting his law firm. So reports New York’s Daily News.


First Native American Woman Confirmed as Federal Judge

Diane Humetewa has become the first female Native American to serve as a federal judge. So reports the Huffington Post.


Depressed Lawyers Blog: Meet the Creator

Dan Lukasik took a painful time in his life and made it the impetus to create a resource for others facing similar challenges.


Meet the Pinball Wizard Attorney and Other Legal Collectors

Collections give attorneys a fun way to relieve stress.


Humorist-at-Law Puts the ‘CLE’ in Clever

Eleven years ago, when Sean Carter was a 35-year-old attorney handling business matters in California, he hit a roadblock… a sort of midlife crisis. Carter fancied himself as the “next Bernie Mac,” a successful African-American comedian.


Court to Reconsider Case of Employee Fired for Being Too Hot

The Iowa Supreme Court earlier this month agreed to withdraw and reconsider a decision holding that a dentist didn’t commit gender discrimination when he fired his attractive assistant at the request of his jealous wife, according to Iowa's appellate blog, On Brief.


Diversity in Law: Insights from DuPont GC Tom Sager

During his 37-year tenure with chemical giant DuPont, Thomas L. Sager has been instrumental in establishing the DuPont Legal Model.


Marathon Bombing Co-Conspirators Hire Attorneys

In the fallout of the Boston Marathon bombings, alleged co-conspirators have hired veteran defenders as accounted in a National Law Journal article.


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