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Surgeon sues surgical-gown manufacturer over claims that their product protects against Ebola

A Los Angeles surgeon has filed suit in federal court alleging that a manufacturer of surgical gowns falsely claims they protect against Ebola and other… More

House suit against Obama still in planning stage after second law firm reportedly stops work on case

A law firm hired to take over a planned lawsuit against President Barack Obama has reportedly stopped work on the case.

Quinn Emanuel Urquhart &… More

Bankruptcy plan for Stockton, California, that saves worker pensions is confirmed by judge

Saying that a bankruptcy plan for the California city of Stockton was “the best that could be done in terms of restructuring the city’s debts,”… More

Venice Beach residents sue Los Angeles, saying existing laws regarding transients not enforced

Residents of the Los Angeles neighborhood of Venice Beach sued the city and county of Los Angeles today, alleging that they have illegally failed to… More

After courtroom tears in high-profile case, lawyer closes office for one-year sabbatical

Lawyer Cheryl Carpenter was in tears as she argued for leniency on behalf of her client, Theodore Wafer, who was convicted of second-degree murder for… More

Are spirits, slayings or slurs ‘material defects’ homebuyers must be told of?

Understandably, every homebuyer wants to know as much as possible about a prospective residence. New roof? Check. Hardwood floors? Check. No liens or taxes owed?… More

Has the BigLaw recovery arrived? Revenue per lawyer is at a low point, when adjusted for inflation

At first glance, financial statistics on the nation’s largest law firms show record-breaking gross revenue, profits and revenue per lawyer.

But the raw numbers can… More

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