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Deal Watch: Am Law 100 Foursome Feast on Heinz, Kraft Megamerger - Cravath, Swaine & Moore; Kirkland & Ellis; Munger, Tolles & Olson; and Sullivan & Cromwell have landed lead roles on the Warren Buffett-backed $40 billion union of H.J. Heinz and Kraft Foods.
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Litigant's Daughter Fined for Peeking at Opposing Counsel's Notes - The judicial system works best when attorneys show professional courtesy and respect for everyone in the courtroom, including adversaries. Rules of Professional Conduct demand that lawyers act in a way that upholds the "dignity" of the judicial process.
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The Am Law 100, the Early Numbers: Kirkland's Financial Performance Accelerates in 2014 - Kirkland & Ellis picked up momentum in 2014, with revenue increasing 6.6 percent, to $2.15 billion, and profits per partner lifting 7 percent, to $3.51 million, according to The American Lawyer's reporting. Revenue per lawyer increased 5.4 percent, to $1.365 million, while net income rose 8 percent, to $1.182 billion.
Kirkland & Ellis picked up momentum in 2014, with revenue increasing 6.6 percent, to $2.15 billion, and profits per partner lifting 7 percent, to $3.51 milli...
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Tribe Sues State Over Attempt to Halt High-Interest Loans - American Indian tribes enjoy certain legal rights, including sovereign immunity from lawsuits brought by government agencies.
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Latham Pro Bono Work Helps StoryCorps Launch App - Thanks to a $1 million TED Prize grant, StoryCorps has launched an app that will allow users to record personal interviews directly into their phones, many of which will be archived at the Library of Congress. Latham & Watkins, which has served as pro bono counsel for StoryCorps since 2008, helped with a range of IP issues.
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Nineteen Grievances Add Up to Three-Year Suspension For Attorney - A Bridgeport lawyer who has been the target of nearly 20 grievances since 2001 has had his license suspended for three years.
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Public Defender Tapped for US Magistrate Judge Post - A veteran federal public defender has been named Connecticut's newest federal magistrate judge.
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Conn. Court Says Rastafarian Worker Can Sue AutoZone - Doris Feliciano is a black female who practices the Rastafarian religion. She claims her former employer, AutoZone, had a problem with that and discriminated against her. She also claims an ex-boss sexually harassed her at work.
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Updated: Settlement Forged Just Before Trial in Priest Abuse Case - A Massachusetts woman who claims she was sexually abused by a priest in Norwich over the course of her entire childhood has settled her lawsuit against the diocese for $1.1 million.
A Massachusetts woman who claims she was sexually abused by a priest in Norwich over the course of her entire childhood has settled her lawsuit against the d...
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Hospital Settles ADA Complaint By Hearing-Impaired Patient - A Hartford area hospital and the federal government have settled a dispute after a hearing-impaired patient reported that the hospital wasn't providing the necessary services to ensure adequate communication between the patient and staff.
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Former Congressional Candidate Sentenced to Five Months in Prison - Former Republican congressional candidate Lisa Wilson-Foley was sentenced Tuesday to five months in prison for a scheme to hide the role played in her campaign by former Gov. John Rowland, a man regarded as talented politically but tainted by a federal corruption conviction.
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Accused Killer Asks Conn. Supreme Court To Toss Out ?Coerced? Confession - Accused Killer Asks Conn. Supreme Court To Toss Out ?Coerced? Confession
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