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Government Disclosures Shed Light on Big Law Salaries

Government Disclosures Shed Light on Big Law Salaries

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Law firm partnerships fiercely guard against disclosing what they pay their principals, points out Bloomberg Law. But partners must disclose compensation when opting for a government appointment.

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Could the Sports Gambling Ruling Pave the Way for Other Legal Battles?

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A constitutional law attorney considers one of the potential impacts of the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent ruling on the right of states to pass their sports betting laws.

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Giuliani’s Confusing Media Statements May Hurt His Business

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Giuliani’s decision to join President Donald Trump’s legal team could backfire on the former New York mayor if potential clients of his international consulting business, accordingn to the AP.

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Judge to Trump Firms: Save Records for AGs’ Emoluments Lawsuit

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The AGs claim that the president’s continued ownership of his business empire allows him to make money from foreign and domestic governments.

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Trump’s Legal Team Isn’t Playing Well Together

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Tensions have been building since lawyer Ty Cobb joined the White House legal team last summer to deal with the Russia investigation, reports Bloomberg Law.

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What Every In-House Attorney Needs to Know About Federal Contracting

Event, Oct. 17, 2017
The “What Every In-House Attorney Needs to Know About Federal Contracting” course is a one-day, fast-paced instruction that combines the basics of federal government contracting with the nuts and bolts of compliance issues, subcontractor issues, and hot topics in the industry.

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Big New York Law Firm Faces Questions on Work With Manafort

Big New York Law Firm Faces Questions on Work With Manafort

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The Justice Department recently asked law firm Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom for information and documents related to its work on behalf of a client of Paul Manafort, reports The New York Times.

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‘No One’s Minion’ – Colleague Says Steady Hand, Moral Compass Mark FBI Nominee’s Career

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Former high level Justice Department lawyer Bill Mateja says his former colleague is ideally suited to weather the turbulent and politically charged approval process, according to a post on the website of Androvett Legal Media & Marketing.

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House Reaches Accord on Spending and Tax Cuts

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The vote illustrates the deep disagreements over an array of policy provisions that have left weeks of negotiations tinged with acrimony.

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