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Law firm profits inflated?

Could some of the country’s biggest law firms have misstated their average profits per partner, inflating values as a major lender to law firms suggests? According to a story this week in the Wall Street Journal, an analysis of the ...

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William Galkin: Congress takes a look at cellphone location data and user privacy

Privacy is certainly a hot topic in Congress these days. However, as fast as bills are introduced to address the potential harm from ubiquitous gathering of personal information (five this year so far), new and seemingly more insidious methods of ...

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