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In his Intellectual Property Litigation column, Lewis R. Clayton, a partner at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, reviews recent decisions, including three U.S. Supreme Court patent decisions,
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Foster Corbin, who retired two years ago as executive director of Atlanta's Metro Fair Housing, a group that fights against discrimination in housing and lending practices, has had a lifelong passion
The Daily Report
About two years ago, Atlanta lawyer Foster Corbin retired as executive director of Atlanta's Metro Fair Housing, a group that for nearly four decades has fought against discrimination in housing and
...Eaton & Van Winkle, represented the landlord. The Beaux-Arts style landmark building, between Fifth and Madison avenues, dates back to...
Delaware Law Weekly
...James R. Soles Professor and interim associate dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Delaware, said these achievements propelled Markell...
Daily Business Review
...stability when the then-president inaugurated the Feds Beaux Arts-inspired Washington headquarters. Save World ...
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