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Pentagon Lawyer Describes Life after the War with Al Qaeda
What happens when an open-ended war, um, ends? In a speech delivered at Oxford University on Friday, the Pentagon's top lawyer gave a broad outline of life after the war with al Qaeda — a future in which the remnants of the terrorist group will be a ...
Lawyer: Annabi addicted to Xanax, wants treatment
Former Yonkers Councilwoman Sandy Annabi is addicted to the anti-anxiety drug Xanax and wants to enter a drug-treatment program when she goes to federal prison on corruption charges, her lawyer told the judge. “I can't live without it,” Annabi told a ...
Lawyer for ex-WNBA star Chamique Holdsclaw investigating what lead to ...
Lawyer for ex-WNBA star Chamique Holdsclaw investigating what lead to ...
Referee's lawyer says justice served by dismissal of murder case
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Professional tennis referee Louis Goodman says she now feels like she's being treated fairly. She'd been charged with murder in the death of her husband -- but prosecutors today dropped the case, saying there wasn't enough ...
Yoselyn Ortega's Lawyer Describes Client as Pathetic and Debilitated during ...
Yoselyn Ortega's Lawyer Describes Client as Pathetic and Debilitated during ...
Associate's Failure to Keep Secrets a Cautionary Tale for Young Lawyers
While neither agency identifies either the name of the lawyer (the Justice Department calls him "Attorney-1" and the SEC uses the term "Associate") or firm in question, The Am Law Daily reported at the time that Armonk, New York-based IBM had turned to ...
Lawyer investigates Chamique Holdsclaw case
2012 - ATLANTA (AP) — A lawyer for former WNBA star Chamique Holdsclaw says he's investigating the circumstances that led to assault and weapons charges against the Olympic gold medalist. The 35-year-old is accused of smashing the windows and ...
Insight: Lawyers gain from "say-on-pay" suits targeting US firms
Now, lawyers have found a new way to bring lawsuits over executive pay, resulting in a handful of legal settlements. But the settlements to date have produced no changes in executive compensation and no money for investors. In fact, the main financial ...