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  • The 2015 Legal Times 150 and D.C. 25

    A by-the-numbers look at law firm head count and revenue in the D.C. area.

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  • Harvard Educated, Now Incarcerated

    Suspected in a bizarre kidnapping case, a bright young lawyer took a dark turn.

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  • Mergers Shake Up List of Largest D.C. Law Offices

    Covington & Burling, at the top of The National Law Journal's list of Wash?ington's largest firms for the second consecutive year, added about 15 total lawyers last year in a time when elite firms, especially ones that focus on litigation, find the most ability to expand in Washington.

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  • INADMISSIBLE: Bar Associations Side Against 'The Slants'

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  • Op-Ed: Wisconsin Decision to Shut Down Walker Probe Reflects Roberts Court

    State justices misinterpreted precedent, but ruling follows trend set in Washington.

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  • Op-Ed: Telemarketing Rule Hinders Legitimate Businesses

    The Federal Communications Commission leaves door wide open for more costly class actions.

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  • Movers

    Lateral moves and new arrivals in this week's column.

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  • In-House Counsel Profile: Wacker Chemical Corp.'s Brian Eftink

    "I feel a lot of times like I'm playing the role of arbitrator or judge."

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  • European Commission Takes Aim at E-Commerce

    Executive body launches investigations to break down obstacles to cross-border transactions.

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  • Ex-Prosecutor Loses Fight Against Reporter Over Leak Source

    A federal appeals court on Friday sided with a former Detroit Free Press reporter who refused to testify about his source or sources for an article about a federal prosecutor who faced an ethics investigation. A three-judge panel for the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit upheld David Ashenfelter's Fifth Amendment privilege not to reveal the source of information in the article for fear of potential prosecution.

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