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A month-and-a-half after Congress set free almost 50 former House members and a dozen former senators, the courtship is hot.
Three plaintiffs firms announced a $100 million settlement Feb. 25 with three leading cigarette makers to resolve about 400 federal smoker cases.
Lawyers for Foley & Lardner partner Howard Shipley on Feb. 19 pushed back against the U.S. Supreme Court's threat to sanction him for a jargon-filled petition he filed in a patent case last year, telling the justices that although it was "unorthodox" in style, the petition "clearly and faithfully reflects" his client's views.
A District of Columbia man who claims an Uber driver stabbed him is suing the company for $2 million.