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  • Trial Notebook

    There was a presumption of fraud when 85-year-old Agnes Spinnie signed checks giving thousands of dollars to Patricia A. Gooch, her daughter and attorney-in-fact.
  • Through Glazed Eyes

    Orson Welles, whose film credits include directing Franz Kafka’s “The Trial” and playing the lawyer in “Compulsion” based on Clarence Darrow at the trial of Nathan Leopold and Richard Loeb, famously observed: “Nobody gets justice. People only get good luck or bad luck.”
  • Lawyers' Forum

    Change is a fact of life. Lawyers in private practice are increasingly likely over the course of their careers to change their law firm affiliations, move between firms and even launch new law firms.
  • Law Bulletin headlines this week in history.
  • Legal History

    See if you know what happened on this day in Legal History with Karen Conti.
  • Mediation Circus

    This is the second in a series of columns based on a recorded discussion with George B. Collins, a lion of the Chicago bar who died in October at age 85.
    Sporting Judgment
  • While America was prepping its grills and ovens earlier this month for our national holiday known as the Super Bowl, a small group of former and ailing NFL players were in Houston stirring their own pot over the league's intolerance on marijuana. — Free read
  • Time-out

    This weekend, the NBA broadcast its annual All-Star Weekend from New Orleans. During the program which marketed a Taco Bell Skills Challenge, the NBA commissioner was also able to have the nation’s ear about the league’s serious positions on controversial political issues.
  • Jeffrey Loria persuaded the city of Miami to use hundreds of millions in taxpayers dollars to build him a glistening new stadium, all while making little effort to put a winning team on the field. Now, he’s is in talks to sell the Marlins for more than 10 times what he paid for the franchise.  — Free read
  • Non-Billable Hours
  • Non-Billable Hours

    For decades, U.S.-based studios have assembled international blockbusters by formula, using well-worn plots and calculated casting to fetch global audiences.
  • Opening Statement

    For a good number of years following World War II, straight, white men were thought of as America’s most privileged class. Returning veterans were considered war heroes and received all kinds of benefits — from the GI Bill to special opportunities for good jobs.
  • Non-Billable Hours

    As early spring temperatures come to town, indulge in this southern-inspired fruit dish.
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