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Mary Murguia, one of the newest judges on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, recently took on two of her longest serving colleagues in a dispute over attorney fees in prisoner litigatio
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Lawyer bios tend to share some problems. They lack focus, they are boring and they often contain too much superfluous information. Probably the worst thing is this: They bury the lead
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Legal ethics boards are trying to micromanage the use of the Internet by lawyers, rather than target actual deceptive practices that are obvious on their face
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American Airlines and US Airways have filed court papers blasting the government's bid to block their pending $11 billion merger. Plus more from NLJ.com and other ALM publications
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