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The first case on the first day of the new U.S. Supreme Court term—an age discrimination challenge—left a number of justices wondering why they had taken it—not exactly the most aus
...San Diego, California, for Plaintiff-Appellant. Jeffrey Willis and Melissa A. Marcus (argued), Snell & Wilmer L.L.P., Tuscon...
...Proskauer Rose and Chadbourne & Parke, as well as Willis Group Holdings and other insurers, against a group of Latin American investors who...
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