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The long, hot days of summer are upon us once more. While most of us would probably rather spend these days relaxing next to a large body of water, we'll count ourselves lucky if we can fit in a game
The U.S. Supreme Court made a dent in its 46-case backlog with three decisions on Monday, including one that is a major win for government contractors and another that makes it easier for police to c
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...of reinstatement for two years. Templeton, who graduated from Drake University Law School and got his law license in 1987, practiced until...
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A rift between plaintiffs firms in New Jersey and New York is threatening to disturb a proposed $350 million class action settlement between the American Medical Association and the United Healthcare
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