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Recap: Observer and Cozen Host Breakfast Conversation With Eva Moskowitz

This morning at the 101 Club on Park  Avenue, the New York Observer and Cozen O’Connor hosted the latest installment of their popular breakfast talk series. 668 more words

Eva Moskowitz

NBPA Attorney: Union Anticipates Clash On Age Limit

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MIAMI BEACH (CBSMiami/AP) — Changes may be coming to the NBA’s age limit for eligible players, but it won’t come easy. 558 more words


Michael Goldhaber on Latest Complaint Filed in 9/11 Suit

At The Litigation Daily, Michael D. Goldhaber weighs in with a very thorough and, for a complex and serious topic, very readable overview of the latest developments in the legal action titled “ 565 more words

The Forum Of Executive Women Looks For A Non-Profit Partner Organization

By John Ostapkovich

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Time is running out for a smaller non-profit group to make what could be a game-changing connection.

If you work in the mailroom, think what it might mean to be invited to brainstorm with senior staff. 156 more words


Should business people or lawyers head law firms?

I know your immediate response will be can’t a lawyer also be a business person? Or, isn’t a lawyer also a business person? Well…

The traditional model has been that a lifelong partner would not only be the name and face of the firm nut also be responsible for the growth and both short and long-term viability of the practice. 232 more words


U.S. Appeals Court Allows Citizens to Sue Saudi Arabia for 9/11

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In a  landmark decision, a federal court overturned a previous court decision that had banned  private citizens from suing Saudi Arabia directly for damages incurred during the 9/11 terrorist attack. 321 more words

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U.S. Cover-up of Saudi 9/11 Ties Probed, JW Has Secret Flight Docs | Judicial Watch

U.S. Cover-up of Saudi 9/11 Ties Probed, JW Has Secret Flight Docs | Judicial Watch.

The U.S. government’s cover-up of a Saudi connection in the 9/11 terrorist attacks is receiving new attention because a pair of legislators—one Republican, one Democrat—recently viewed a redacted chunk of a congressional report that confirms foreign state involvement in the plot. 467 more words