Which Law Schools Do The Pricey Lawyers Come From?

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A study from GradReports and data research company Optimal is said to identify “the top 10 schools that place the greatest percentage of grads at […]

New, Tighter, Restrictions On Non-Competes In Illinois Reflect A National Trend

A bare bones law prohibiting non-compete agreements for low-wage workers in Illinois has been dramatically augmented by amendments signed into law by Governor J.B. Pritzker […]

One Person With Disabilities Has Filed 180-Plus ADA Lawsuits

A wheelchair-bound man who lives in a residential neighborhood of Oakland, CA., has filed more than 180 American with Disabilities Act lawsuits. A feature article […]

They Couldn’t Take A Joke, Says Poker Pro; Sues Casino For $1.2M

Professional poker player Scott Robbins was in a whimsical mood, or so he maintains in his lawsuit, when he checked into Atlantic City’s casino hotel […]

Law Firm Shuffle, As Gov’s Deleted-Text Lawsuit Grinds On In Missouri

The Missouri governor’s office, defending a lawsuit filed in 2017 by St. Louis attorney Mark Pedroli, has brought in new legal representation to take over […]

Cyber Expert Investigating AZ Election Puzzles His Old Friends

The head of the cybersecurity firm leading the Arizona 2020 vote audit is a nice guy who just went off the rails, according to some […]

Bitter Estate Battle Over Robert Indiana’s Work Turns Into Lovefest

When the artist Robert Indiana died in 2018, a high-stakes litigation battle erupted over rights to his work and how it would be handled and […]

Turmoil After Law Firm Fires Alleged Trumpies

The president and a name partner at Minnesota’s “largest and nicest bankruptcy law firm” fired two employees, allegedly because he had concluded they were racist […]

Stars Take A Big Hit From Weinstein Bankruptcy

A Third Circuit opinion has confirmed that some major Hollywood stars will take a loss on millions of dollars they had been owed by Harvey […]

Texas AG’s Request For $3,800 Per Hour Outside Attorneys Is Thwarted By Lawmakers

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton wanted to be able to pay outside counsel as much as $3,780 an hour for work on an antitrust lawsuit […]