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Law firms rush to collect on unpaid bills

Dec 24, 2013 Law firms have been scrambling to collect payment before the end of the year - a sensitive task if it is to be carried out effectively while maintaining goodwill with clients. Most US law firms link partner…

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US financial institutions specialists merge

Dec 11, 2013 Silver, Freedman & Taff is set to merge with Elias, Matz, Tiernan & Herrick, creating one boutique practice out of two rival US financial institutions specialists. The combined firm will operate under the name…

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US law firms lead the pack on on LGBT work issues

Dec 11, 2013 The 12th annual edition of the Human Rights Campaign’s latest Corporate Equality Index shows that US law firms are becoming better at tackling discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender employees,…

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US legal sector adds 1,100 jobs in November

Dec 10, 2013 The US legal services sector shed 1,100 jobs in November, representing the second consecutive month of labor market contraction after a mostly steady period of recovery. The U.S. Labor Department’s latest monthly…

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U of Iowa drops law tuition by 16.4%

Dec 6, 2013 The shrinking candidature for US law schools seems finally to be having an impact on the tuition numbers, with the University of Iowa College of Law announcing that it is cutting tuition by 16.4 percent for JD students…

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