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Investment Firm Leaders Charged With Multibillion-Dollar Market Manipulation Scheme, Feds Say

Manhattan U.S. Attorney Damian Williams said the alleged scheme "nearly jeopardized" the U.S. financial system.

     
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What To Do About Law Firm Evidence Before It’s Too Late

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ABA Releases Bar Passage Data: 3% Decrease for First-Time Takers

The Managing Director's Office of the American Bar Association's Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar released today a comprehensive set of data on bar passage outcomes for ABA-accredited law schools.

     
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Perdue Invokes Trump Election Lies in Georgia GOP Primary

"First of all, it was stolen," Perdue said of the 2020 and 2021 election results. "The facts are coming out."

     
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The Am Law 100 Caught a Wave in 2021, but Sustaining the Ride Will Be a Challenge

From top to bottom, the Am Law 100 cruised to unbelievable heights in 2021. But not everyone is set to keep cruising over the next year.

     
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The 2022 Am Law 100: Ranked by Revenue Per Lawyer

Wachtell led the way again with RPL nearly 75% higher than its closest competitor.

     
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The 2022 Am Law 100: Ranked by Gross Revenue

For the fifth year in a row, Kirkland takes the top spot with a staggering new record for gross revenue.

     
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4th Circuit Revives Ex-Public Defender's Sex Harassment Lawsuit Against Judiciary Officials

Former public defender Caryn Strickland's lawsuit can go forward against judiciary officials, the panel ruled.

     
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They're B-a-a-a-c-k! Irell's Chu and Wilmer's Lee Square Off for Trial No. 3 of VLSI v. Intel

VLSI won a $2.175 billion verdict the first time around, while Intel secured a defense verdict in the second. This time Wilmer's Bill Lee is telling jurors from the outset that VLSI paid 'only' $35 million for a 170-patent portfolio that includes the asserted patent.

     
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Chinese Textile Company Challenges Its Inclusion on List Meant for Terrorists and Weapons Traffickers

The company argues it was added to an important control list for allegedly committing human rights offenses, a violation Congress didn't include in the law.

     
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Hogan Lovells Adds Two Partners, Engineer to Beef Up Tech Regulatory Offerings

"We hire a lot of technical people in our medical device, pharmaceutical, food group and our communications group, because we want engineers and internal expertise to better help our clients," said Washington managing partner Michele Farquhar.

     
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Gorsuch, Kavanaugh Seem Ready to Send 'Lemon Test' to History's Dustbin

The 1971 decision in Lemon v. Kurtzman created a three-part test for government action to avoid violating the establishment clause.

     
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A State Judge's Ruling Against Gerrymandered Voting Districts Highlights a New Legal Tactic

The use of a state's Bill of Rights as grounds for fair elections was used in the past to expand rights for same-sex couples and equalize education funding after desegregation.

     
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May/June Editor's Note: Transforming the Face of SCOTUS

NLJ Bureau Chief Christine Schiffner shares highlights of the NLJ's May/June magazine issue, including Ketanji Brown Jackson's SCOTUS confirmation, a Covington team that is putting Russia on trial, and an interview with former D.C. Circuit Judge Thomas Griffith.

     
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First Parent to Appeal 'Varsity Blues' Jury Conviction Hires Jones Day's Noel Francisco

Francisco is asking the court to overturn private equity investor John Wilson's convictions or order him a new trial.

     
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The Good Fight: The Covington Team Putting Russia on Trial

"At this moment in particular, you really feel like what you are doing matters to the country," said Covington appellate litigator David Zionts.

     
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Big Law, Shunning Trump Allies, Keeps Wary Eye on Jan. 6 House Investigation

Some major firms have turned down requests to represent allies of former President Donald Trump in connection with the Jan. 6 House investigation. But lawyers are watching closely to see how the select committee's probe could influence future congressional investigations.

     
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SCOTUS Takes Up Appeal Over Pa.'s Jurisdiction by Business Registration Law

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court struck down the law late last year, finding that it violated due process principles. A cert petition argued that every federal circuit court and more than a dozen state supreme courts have addressed similar laws, resulting in a "full spectrum" of outcomes.

     
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Skadden Rainmaker Julie Gao Leaves for ByteDance CFO Role

Gao's departure will leave Skadden with nine partners in Hong Kong, three of whom advise on capital markets though none with the same level of focus on U.S. listings.

     
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Manhattan Judge Holds Donald Trump in Civil Contempt for Failure to Comply with New York AG's Subpoenas

Judge Engoron also said he would fine Trump $10,000 per day for each day of noncompliance, which was the number sought by the New York Attorney General's Office in an effort to coerce Trump to comply.

     
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