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They'll have President's Day off ... and then every day thereafter.
The lawyer's move back home comes with a lot of restrictions — but you can still call him!
Really? But isn't that the whole point of Tila Tequila?
The lawyer accused of running a fake hedge fund bribed his son with a $12 million treat.
After 160 years, the subprime-mortgage crisis wipes out one of the city's oldest firms.
A Park Avenue lawyer is accused of swindling hedge funds out of millions.
'New York Times Magazine' writer Matt Bai and 'The Nation' columnist Patricia J. Williams argue over what an Obama presidency might mean for the judiciary and abortion, the current role of religion in government, and whether homeowners aren't partly to blame for the financial crisis.
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In the criminal justice system, bloodsucking is considered especially heinous.
The former Staten Island representative will be helping Rudy’s firm on government affairs.
Disney, of course, doesn't think this is nearly as hilarious as we do.
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Stuart Sugarman continues his fight against "spin rage."
property lawyer Jeremy Pitcock claims his ex-employer's flashy PR firm made a little "inappropriate behavior" charge sound like he was caught driving a hooker around backward in a car seat, or something.
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A slew of other women join the class-action suit against Bloomberg LP for discrimination of female employees.
Apparently the talk-show host is not classy enough to address the future document reviewers of our nation's enormous law firms.