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Bureau Chief, Legal Coverage — Wall Street Journal
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WSJ Bureau Chief overseeing legal coverage. http://t.co/wz1IVuKD0J, http://t.co/lpRjyGnx4j. Formerly FT's U.S. Financial Correspondent, Capital Markets Reporter

Locke Lord, Edwards Wildman Pair Up

blogs.wsj.com — Partners at Locke Lord LLP and Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP have become the latest to join the law firm merger bandwagon, officially greenlighting a union that will take effect in January.The two firms revealed their proposed merger back in September, saying that a combination would create a firm of approximately 1,000 lawyers working from 23 offices.
Dec 01, 2014

Partners at Locke Lord and Edwards Wildman Palmer have become the latest to join the law firm merger bandwagon on.wsj.com/1twcEmK

Utah Considers Bringing Back the Firing Squad

blogs.wsj.com — wsj-video guid="3B0F9912-451A-4065-9DBD-83277053F752"]Utah is considering bringing back the firing squad, the latest state to propose laws to revive older execution methods, in the event that lethal-injection becomes infeasible. Tennessee earlier this year passed a law allowing for use of the electric chair as a backup plan.

Judge Denies Apple Request for Injunction vs Samsung Phones, Tablets

blogs.wsj.com — A federal judge Wednesday denied a request from Apple Inc. to bar Samsung Electronics Co. from selling smartphones and tablets in the U.S. that infringe on Apple patents.Apple had sought a permanent injunction against certain Samsung products after a judge and jury found in May that the Korean firm had infringed on three of its patents in a high-profile intellectual property dispute.
Aug 27, 2014

Judge denies request from Apple to bar Samsung from selling smartphones and tablets on.wsj.com/1q5WjXA

Aug 31, 2015

An important set of arguments today in California asking whether the state's death penalty violates the Constitution on.wsj.com/1hNp1Mx

Aug 31, 2015

Tom Brady & the “deflategate” scandal come to a head in federal court today on.wsj.com/1PGSTV8

Aug 28, 2015

In case you were wondering, demonstrators can’t use SCOTUS outdoor plaza as a stage for their messages on.wsj.com/1JBQ5nw

Aug 28, 2015

Appeals court has reversed judge's order against NSA phone surveillance on.wsj.com/1WWLjLu

Aug 27, 2015

Dole executives ordered to pay $148 million in buyout lawsuit on.wsj.com/1WUAoSH

Aug 27, 2015

Want to see lawyers in cubicles? Well, it's happening, at Paul Hastings on.wsj.com/1K8HQ9c

Aug 25, 2015

Arizona iced tea, free of ownership litigation, rallies a new can-do spirit on.wsj.com/1WQEATv


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