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Years After Legal Troubles, Ex-Big Law Partner Re-Emerges - David Schwinger appears to have revived his law career.

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From East to West, Big Law Comes Out for Pride - On Sunday, June 25th, Pride Month celebrations will culminate with parades across the country, from New York to San Francisco. Lawyers and staffers from many law firms will be participating in the festivities.

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Lewis Rice's Rare Subsidiary Law Firm Expands in St. Louis - A Midwest experiment to provide trusts and estates legal services at a lower cost is showing signs of success. TuckerAllen, a subsidiary of St. Louis-based Louis Rice, has served 1,000 families in its 10 months of existence. This week it expanded by acquiring a small, local law practice.

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Abrams Calls Mining Magnate?s Libel Suit Against HBO a Long Shot - British comedian John Oliver will likely ultimately prevail in a defamation suit filed against him and HBO, the cable network that produces ?Last Week Tonight with John Oliver,? said Floyd Abrams, a First Amendment litigation veteran and senior partner at Cahill Gordon & Reindel.

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Trump and Devos Deliver One-Two Punch on Law School Loans - For young lawyers hoping that public service loan forgiveness could be an answer to a lifetime of student debt burdens, President Trump has some bad news.

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Calls for Truce as Ex-Colonel's Battle Over Lewes Dog Park Ends - A retired Army colonel who for more than three years has fought state and local authorities over the development of a large piece of land near his quiet Lewes home lost his final legal battle Thursday in the Delaware Court of Chancery.

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Canadian Firm Launches Fund Targeting Tech Industry Clients - Toronto-based Blake, Cassels & Graydon is launching a first-of-its-kind fund to provide subsidized legal services to support the rapidly growing Canadian startup market.

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Hiring Misfires Show Need for Tougher Law Firm Vetting - In less than a year, Big Law has seen at least three lateral hires go seriously, even criminally, awry.

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Caesars Bankruptcy Still Paying Out to Three Big Firms - A U.S. bankruptcy judge in Chicago recently approved payments to Kirkland, Jones Day and Proskauer Rose in the Chapter 11 case of casino and hotel giant Caesars Entertainment. The bankruptcy, winding down after nearly two years of proceedings, has brought more than $125 million collectively into those three firms' coffers.

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Kirkland Bankruptcy Partner Gives Back Amid Cancer Battle - Joshua Sussberg, a business finance and restructuring partner at Kirkland & Ellis in New York, is no stranger to distress. But when he was diagnosed last year with a rare form of cancer, Sussberg had a new fight on his hands, and not one easily dispatched in bankruptcy court.
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