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Apple Feud Deepens With Court-Appointed Monitor
Michael Bromwich, the lawyer picked as Apple's monitor, said in court documents filed Monday that Apple's characterization of his team's activities as a "roving investigation" in fact "bear no relation whatsoever to the activities we have attempted to ...
Report: Aroostook County farmers win $1.1 million in lawsuit against Portland ...
Report: Aroostook County farmers win $1.1 million in lawsuit against Portland ...
Judge Orders Release of Dying Lawyer Convicted of Aiding Terrorism
Published: December 31, 2013. A federal judge in Manhattan ordered a “compassionate release” on Tuesday for Lynne F. Stewart, the former defense lawyer convicted of assisting terrorism who is dying from cancer in a federal prison in Texas. Enlarge This ...
Divorce Lawyer Believes Office Fire Was Intimidation
CHICAGO (CBS) — A Marengo divorce lawyer says she's living in fear a week after a Christmas night fire destroyed her law office. play pause. Marengo Law Office Fire; WBBM Newsradio's Mike Krauser. Paula Rieghns is convinced that the fire that started ...
Apple won't cooperate with antitrust probe, lawyer charges
Further, 7 of the 11 people allowed to speak to the team were lawyers rather then business employees. The interviews themselves have not taken place at Apple's corporate HQ in Cupertino, Calif., but instead in a "remote location several miles away in ...
Lawyer Has Triable Tort Claim Against Client That Allegedly Got Her Kicked Out ...
Lawyer Has Triable Tort Claim Against Client That Allegedly Got Her Kicked Out ...
Lawyer defends man accused of attack with drill
BAY CITY, Mich. (AP) — A defense lawyer says accusations that a Michigan man attacked his pregnant girlfriend with a power drill "will be proven false." Twenty-three-year-old Germaine Perkins returns to court Jan. 10 for a probable-cause hearing on ...
Top Philadelphia bankruptcy attorney dies at 59
“Margie was an outstanding lawyer. She was consistently rated as one of the very top bankruptcy and business reorganization lawyers in the U.S., and was elected a Fellow of the American College of Bankruptcy," he said. "She was the Chair of the ...
US seeks release of former NY terror trial lawyer
NEW YORK (AP) — A dying former civil rights lawyer convicted in a terrorism case and sentenced to 10 years in prison is entitled to compassionate release because she has less than 18 months to live, prosecutors and the Federal Bureau of Prisons told a ...
Government asks NY judge to release ailing ex-terror trial lawyer from 10-year ...
Government asks NY judge to release ailing ex-terror trial lawyer from 10-year ...
US judge releases dying lawyer convicted of aiding terrorism
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A federal judge on Tuesday granted Lynne Stewart, a former defense lawyer convicted of aiding terrorism, a "compassionate" release from prison because she is dying of cancer. Stewart, 74, has been serving a 10-year sentence over ...
U.S. seeks release of dying lawyer convicted of aiding terrorism
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. government on Tuesday asked a federal judge to grant Lynne Stewart, a former defense lawyer convicted of aiding terrorism, a "compassionate" release from prison because she is dying of cancer. Stewart, 74, has been ...
US: Release ex-lawyer convicted in terror case
NEW YORK — The government has asked a New York judge to release a dying former civil rights lawyer who was convicted in a terrorism case from prison. The government made the request on behalf of Lynne Stewart in a letter to U.S. District Judge John ...
Ex-terror trial lawyer freed on NY judge's order
NEW YORK — A dying former civil rights lawyer convicted in a terrorism case and sentenced to 10 years in prison was released from prison on Tuesday after prosecutors and the Federal Bureau of Prisons made the recommendation to a judge. “It's just ...
NY judge orders 'compassionate release' of terror lawyer Lynne Stewart
A federal judge has ordered the release of Lynne Stewart, a terminally ill former defense lawyer convicted of assisting terrorism. U.S. District Court Judge John G. Koeltl ordered Stewart's release Tuesday on grounds of compassion after a request from ...