Four years after Lehman Brothers died and the national economy plunged into a deep crisis, the legal marketplace remains splintered, uncertain and likely to stay that way. The Great Recession hasn't
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...PMN Publisher Greg Osberg from Osberg's time at Newsweek , representing Osberg on various matters over the years. Osberg called Stoddard...
Elena Kagan was fresh off a political defeat in late 1988. The presidential candidate she had worked for, Democrat Michael Dukakis, had lost convincingly to Republican George H.W. Bush, and she had t
Fox News is doing an upcoming feature about the most interesting people in each borough of New York City and representing Manhattan will be Nathan Sawaya, a lawyer-turned-Lego sculptor, who is known
Like most of the people I know, I'm hooked on following the contest for the Democratic Party's presidential nomination
...Holsten & Associates in Media, Pa., said that, according to the latest Newsweek poll, Bush has "the worst approval rating of an American president...
Many would say that Phyllis W. Beck is an institution in Philadelphia legal circles. Now she will serve as counsel to a Philadelphia cultural institution
...v. Upper Darby Township said that according to the latest Newsweek poll, Bush has "the worst approval rating of an American president...
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