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    AG To Law School: Close Or Be Closed

    The Attorney General of North Carolina has formally notified the U.S. Department of Education that the for-profit Charlotte School of Law is no longer licensed to operate. The 11-year-old law school was first placed under probation by...

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    Justice Kennedy’s Retirement Not Imminent, Says Grassley

    Sen Chuck Grassley, Chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee, says his expectations of another vacancy on the Supreme Court this year have fizzled. There had been widespread speculation that Justice Anthony Kennedy would retire. He recently turned...

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    Former All-Pro Linebacker Sues OSU Over Identity Rights

    Chris Spielman, a linebacker at Ohio State who went on to an All-Pro career in the NFL, is suing his alma mater and the sports marketing company it is affiliated with. He is litigating on behalf of...

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    Silicon Valley Blacklist Published

    In a series of screenshots provided to Breitbart News by a Google employee, individuals described as Google management employees can be seen discussing the ways they punish their colleagues for disputing the company’s views about diverse hiring...

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    “Just Lazy,” Attorney Forges Judge Signatures More Than 100 Times

    A South Florida lawyer who admitted signing judges’ names to settlement approval documents in more than 100 cases has been sentenced to 364 days in jail and ten years probation. It was not a money-making scheme, but...

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    Sen. Warren Puts Hold On Antitrust Nominee

    Confirmation of Makan Delrahim, President Trump’s nominee to run the DOJ’s antitrust division, is being blocked by Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D) of Mass. Delrahim was nominated in March and approved by the Senate Judiciary Committee in June,...

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    Dueling Lawsuits Involving Taylor Swift

    A Denver radio host sued Swift in 2015, two years after he was fired by his station for alleged violation of the morality clause in his contract. He claims he was fired after Swift complained that he...

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    Managing Partner Is a Pop Star

    Jessica Mederson, managing partner of Hansen Reynolds LLC’s Madison, Wis. office, recently made a presentation at Comic-Con International, the largest comic and pop culture convention in the country. It was her third appearance. She and e-discovery attorney...

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    Researcher Who Busted WannaCry Arrested In Las Vegas

    Marcus Hutchins, who had a key role in containing the ransomware worm WannaCry that recently locked up more than 74,000 systems, was taken into federal custody. According to law enforcement, Hutchins was responsible for developing Kronos, a...

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    Justice Dept To Investigate Harvard Admissions Policy

    The Justice Department last week announced it would join a challenge to Harvard admissions policies that allegedly favor Hispanics and African-Americans and discriminate against Asian-Americans. The DOJ initiative could include supporting a lawsuit that was filed in...

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