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Law blog roundup (access required)

Welcome to the first Monday in March, a month that promises madness and, of course, the weekly roundup of legal news. — Grosseto, Italy, might be the new hot spot for plaintiffs’ attorneys. — Martin Sheen and George Clooney play lawyers in a stage ...

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Experts: Big ships pose little risk to travelers

The grounding and capsizing of the Costa Concordia has raised questions about the safety of the ever-increasing size of cruise ships. But experts say that these new megaships have the latest safety and navigation technology and pose little risk to ...

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SunEdison sells solar energy systems to German company

SunEdison LLC of Beltsville, a worldwide solar energy services provider, said a German investment company purchased 33 megawatts of solar photovoltaic systems located in Italy and Spain. Terms of the transaction, including financial details, were not disclosed. The same company, ...

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Developed nations look to restore growth

MARSEILLE, France  — The financial leaders of the world’s most developed economies were wrangling Friday over how to revive a faltering economic recovery at a time when interest rates are already low and government debt is high. The so-called Group ...

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Fed’s low rates pledge supports global stocks

LONDON — A pledge by the Federal Reserve to keep extremely low interest rates for another couple of years has calmed investors’ jitters, sending stock markets around the world higher Wednesday. The Fed’s surprise announcement Tuesday that it would likely ...

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