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Justice John Paul Stevens, Who 'Left Us a Better Nation,' Dies at 99

Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. said: "He brought to our bench an inimitable blend of kindness, humility, wisdom, and independence. His unrelenting commitment to justice has left us a better nation."
         



Plaintiffs in Census Citizenship Litigation Move for Sanctions Against US DOJ

They're now seeking additional discovery in the litigation, and for the court to allow a series of documents to be made available to them that were previously labeled as privileged.
         



Meek Mill Asks Appeals Court to Remove Judge From Case and Order New Trial

Attorneys for Meek Mill argued before a three-judge Superior Court panel in what marked the rapper's latest efforts to overturn a more than 10-year-old conviction on gun and drug charges.
         



Law Firms Play Host as 2020 Presidential Candidates Make Their Pitch

From a “town hall series at Milbank to traditional fundraisers hosted by partners at Kirkland and Paul Weiss, candidates are taking breaks from kissing babies to cozy up to Big Law.
         



Oakland Throws a Block at DOJ Bid to Weigh in on Antitrust Claims Over Raiders Move

Lawyers with DOJ's Antitrust Division contend that lost tax revenues don't constitute an injury to “business or property recoverable under federal antitrust law and to find otherwise "could lead to anticompetitive effects from over-deterrence."
         



Hogan Lovells, Baker McKenzie Elevate Legal Ops Professionals

The promotions are the latest sign that clients are ever savvier about legal operations and law firm pricing—and the firms don't want to fall behind.
         



Survey: Those in Compliance Roles With a Law Degree Earn More

Chief compliance officers with a law degree have a total median compensation of $407,832 while their counterparts without a law degree, who have an advanced degree, have a median compensation of $275,000, according to the report.