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    Ailing Health Co. Steward Owes Attys $600K, Firm Says

    A small Boston law firm that represented Steward Health Care System in a variety of cases says the beleaguered healthcare provider has strung it along with promises to pay fees that now total more than $600,000.

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    Nelson Mullins Expands DC Team With DOJ Fraud Atty

    Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP has hired a nearly nine-year veteran of the U.S. Department of Justice who joins the firm in Washington, D.C., to continue her practice counseling clients on related government investigations.

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    Wells Fargo Denies Liability Over Texas Atty's Fraud Scheme

    Arguing a San Antonio lawyer's widespread fraud scheme predated his relationship with the bank, Wells Fargo has asked a Texas federal judge to trim a suit launched by the attorney's former clients, who accused the bank of enabling the scheme that landed the attorney behind bars for 50 years.

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    McCarter & English Lands Riker Danzig Litigator In NJ

    McCarter & English LLP announced Tuesday that it has strengthened its healthcare practice in Newark, New Jersey, with the addition of Khaled "Kay" Klele, a litigator who joined from Riker Danzig LLP.

  • In High Court Sentencing Case, It's Everyone V. Gibson Dunn

    As the U.S. Supreme Court scrutinizes severe sentencing of repeat offenders, one view is backed by the Biden administration, defense bar groups, incarceration reformers and a household name among appellate advocates. And then there's the view backed by a few lawyers at Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP.

  • J&J Exec 'Shocked' Over Atty's Ties With Talc Plaintiffs

    Johnson & Johnson's vice president of litigation said on Monday he was "utterly shocked and appalled" upon learning an attorney who served as the company's outside counsel was working with its adversary Beasley Allen Law Firm and one of its attorneys in litigation over the alleged link between the company's talcum powder products and ovarian cancer.

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    Backstabbing 'Just How Law Firms Work': Sedgwick Judge

    A California federal judge told counsel during bench trial openings Monday that the Sedgwick LLP trustee's bid to claw back $1.1 million from two ex-partners isn't a "blame game," and "partners stab each other in the back every day and move on to the next one" — "it's just how law firms work."

  • Ill. Atty Fights To Keep Reinstatement Dispute In DC Court

    An Illinois attorney argued Monday that her lawsuit challenging the U.S. Department of Justice and its immigration component's refusal to reinstate her practice before federal immigration courts belongs in D.C. federal court, where the DOJ is based, not Virginia.

  • Sunday Ticket Plaintiffs Rip NFL For 'Privileged' Name Games

    The plaintiffs in the antitrust class action against the NFL over its Sunday Ticket broadcast package have accused the league of hiding behind a front-office executive, with an inaccurate job title, to claim that vital documents were privileged and did not need to be disclosed.

  • NC Judge Agrees To Suspension After Lying For Jailed Son

    A North Carolina judge has agreed to a 120-day suspension for a "pattern of problematic conduct" that included lying to a magistrate in an attempt to spring her son from jail and for closing a courtroom without permission, according to state Supreme Court order.

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    Exodus From Genova Burns Continues With NJ Firm's Launch

    Several former Genova Burns LLC partners and counsel launched a boutique firm, PEM Law, on Monday, marking the latest in a string of recent high-profile departures from the Newark, New Jersey-based firm.

  • LA Firm Can't Beat Damages For Leaving Criminal Case

    A California appeals court on Friday ruled that a Los Angeles law firm cannot escape breach-of-contract damages for withdrawing from an attempted murder case, but also said its former client isn't entitled to a larger award.

  • Atty Urges 11th Circ. To Revive Race Bias Suit Against Ga. Bar

    A Georgia attorney who is accusing the state bar of having an "apartheid disciplinary process" that discriminates against Black lawyers asked the Eleventh Circuit on Monday to revive her discrimination suit, saying the lower court erred when it found it didn't have jurisdiction in the case.

  • 3rd Circ. Won't Rethink AbbVie Privilege Ruling

    The Third Circuit refused Monday to reconsider a ruling that found AbbVie was unable to show a lower court went against precedent or made errors when ordering the drugmaker to turn over attorney communications from a patent case allegedly meant to delay an AndroGel rival.

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    Disbarred Ga. Atty Takes Reinstatement Fight To 11th Circ.

    A disbarred Georgia attorney has called on the Eleventh Circuit to revive her suit challenging the denial of her reinstatement bid, arguing that a lower court was wrong to find she doesn't have standing because she is no longer an attorney or does not have a pending readmission application.

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    3 BIPA Pros Join Blank Rome In Chicago From Taft Stettinius

    Blank Rome LLP announced the additions of three former Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP attorneys to its corporate litigation group on Monday, touting the Chicago-based trio's experience with biometric privacy laws in a state that has often led the charge on them.

  • Steelers Owner Says Partner's Silence Is Stalling TD Air Sale

    The majority owner and president of the Pittsburgh Steelers — who is also a consultant at Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC — wants a Pennsylvania state court to make a purportedly nonresponsive business partner sell his one-third share of a company that formerly owned and operated private jets.

  • Plaintiffs' Attys Found Not Violating Soliciting Rules In OT Suit

    Current and former employees of a Pennsylvania coal company earned conditional certification and did not violate soliciting rules for a collective action accusing management of violating overtime rules by not compensating time spent attending to gear before and after shifts, a federal judge ruled.

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    Jackson Walker Dismissal Bid Says Atty Lied About Romance

    A former Jackson Walker LLP partner at the center of an ethics scandal over her relationship with a then-Texas bankruptcy judge was dishonest when questioned about the romance, the firm said Friday in seeking to escape a federal racketeering lawsuit.

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    Hamilton Wingo Grows In Dallas With Pair Of Trial Pros

    Litigation boutique Hamilton Wingo LLP announced Monday that it has added two experienced trial attorneys to its Dallas roster, including Brad Jackson, who worked alongside the firm's lawyers in 2022 in achieving a $7.3 billion verdict in a Texas wrongful death case — the largest such award in the country that year.

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    'Bridgegate' Atty Among Pair Of New Arnold & Porter Partners

    Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP has expanded its partner ranks with a former prosecutor in the "Bridgegate" case and a onetime environmental law practice leader at another firm moving to its New Jersey, New York and Boston offices, the firm announced Monday.

  • M&T Bank Execs Seek Exit From Fla. Law Firm's $1.5M Suit

    Two M&T Bank Corp. representatives want out of a lawsuit claiming they participated in the unlawful restriction of a Florida law firm's trust account amid a chargeback dispute, arguing they are protected from such claims by Florida's corporate shield doctrine.

  • Farmers, Attys Say USDA Bias Payouts Can't Snub Fee Deals

    A pair of law firms from Ohio and Florida and their farmer clients have asked a federal judge to block the U.S. Department of Agriculture from paying out $2.2 billion in assistance directly to minority farmers it discriminated against, claiming the government disregarded contingent-fee agreements between the firms and the farmers.

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    As Gen AI Takes Hold, Law Firms Reassess E-Discovery Tools

    In addition to cost and usability, law firms are adding generative artificial intelligence to the checklist of things to consider when evaluating current and new e-discovery platforms.

  • Trump Gets Late Reprieve After Failing To Post $465M Bond

    A New York appellate panel said Monday that Donald Trump can pause enforcement of the state attorney general's $465 million civil fraud judgment by posting just $175 million while he appeals, after the former president complained that he was unable to secure a bond for the entire amount.

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