INTL FCStone Inc., based in New York, is a financial services company handling commodities, capital markets, currencies and asset management. Rene Friedman heads up its team of 13 attorneys
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...gave the speech. In 1800, Thomas Jefferson ran for president against John Adams. Jefferson's supporters in the House threatened to impeach or censure...
...The court vacated Northern District of Ohio Judge John Adams’ September 2011 order detailing federal defender Debra Migdal’s actions...
State lawmakers have scrambled to address the dangers in mineral solution-mining operations
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Seth Levy has been named managing partner of Nixon Peabody's Los Angeles office. Plus more law firm movers in this week's column
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