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Are big verdicts a sign Johnson & Johnson has ‘lost its way’?

By Charles Toutant and Max Mitchell, From New Jersey Law Journal Plaintiffs lawyers haven been winning a steady stream of big products liability verdicts against Johnson & Johnson recently, and some have suggested the company’s size makes it a bigger…

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Prohibit or embrace it? Managing March Madness in the workplace

Commentary by Lisa A. McGylnn, From Daily Business Review March Madness is one of the most exciting sporting events of the year, and it is once again right around the corner. In addition to potential heartbreak for diehard fans of…

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Treatment of ex-mormons and gays spurs complaint against BYU

By Karen Sloan, From The National Law Journal Brigham Young University has been hit with a complaint claiming that the law school’s expulsion of ex-Mormons violates the American Bar Association’s nondiscrimination rules. A group of university alumni called FreeBYU filed the…

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US Justices step into dispute over parental rights of same-sex couples

By Marcia Coyle, From The National Law Journal An Alabama Supreme Court’s refusal to recognize a lesbian’s nearly decade-old adoption in Georgia of three children may draw the U.S. Supreme Court for the first time into the rights of gay…

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BP’s Deepwater Toll: $55B and Counting

By Sue Reisinger, From Corporate Counsel The Deepwater Horizon oil spill has already cost BP $54.6 billion in legal and other costs, and that number is expected to rise over the next few years. And in its most recent quarterly…

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Dad on the hook for half daughter’s Cornell Law Tuition

By Karen Sloan, The National Law Journal A father who’d agreed to shoulder half the cost of his daughter’s legal education—before she got into Cornell Law School, which costs $225,000 to attend—found no relief from a New Jersey court late…

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12 Police cars so awesome you’ll want to get arrested [PHOTOS]

By Alex Davies From Business Insider Wikimedia Commons Gone are the days when cops roll around town in beat up Crown Victorias. Today, you can find police officers patrolling the streets in everything from Lamborghinis to Aston Martins. Even the…