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Michelle Lee, a former key lawyer for Google Inc. who runs the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office's Silicon Valley satellite office, has been tapped to become the agency's deputy director
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Chief Judge Diane Wood of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit has dismissed an ethics complaint filed against Judge Diane Sykes for her appearance with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Claren
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The percentage of women associates at law firms fell for the fourth straight year, even as the percentage of minority associates continued to rise, according to the latest figures from the National A
A major challenge involving neutrality agreements between employers and unions fizzled in the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday
The unanimous decision written by Justice Samuel Alito is a decision that lawyers and judges will actually love because it settles real world problems of forum shopping in a clear, fair and sensible
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