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Article List

  • Dr. Drew Pinsky paid by Glaxo to promote Wellbutrin

    Apparently there’s a link between depression and intimacy, and not just in the physiological sense. The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday that popular radio and television personality Dr. Drew Pinksy had a somewhat intimate relationship with pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline Plc (GSK), the maker of antidepressant Wellbutrin, in the late '90s.

  • Full Tilt Poker CEO finally surrenders to U.S. authorities

    Perhaps Kenny Rogers said it best: "If you're gonna play the game, boy, ya gotta learn to play it right.” Full Tilt Poker CEO Raymond Bitar finally surrendered to U.S. authorities yesterday, but pleaded not guilty to nine criminal counts, including charges of illegal gambling, money laundering, wire fraud and defrauding...

  • Glaxo agrees to pay $956.8 million criminal fine

    It’s probably not the way GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) had hoped to start the second half of the year. The U.S. unit of GSK today agreed to plead guilty and pay a criminal fine of $956.8 million for marketing drugs for unapproved uses.

  • 8 apps to help improve work-life balance

    Lawyers recommend their favorite apps for Apple and Android devices

  • 2011 saw surge in securities class actions against Chinese companies

    Companies are taking steps to protect themselves from litigation arising from the past decade's reverse-mergers

  • Tools to increase your productivity

    Lawyers discuss the advantages of laptops, tablets and apps

  • Top law firms named by practice area

    Everybody loves a good ranking (unless you’re one of the unlucky few at the bottom of the list, or left off altogether)., which provides employer and university rankings, ratings and reconnaissance, yesterday released its 2013 Practice Area Rankings.

  • Supreme Court allows ObamaCare to stand

    In what’s being hailed as the most-significant decision since Bush v. Gore in 2000, the Supreme Court decided this morning to uphold President Obama’s controversial health care overhaul.

  • Barclays to pay more than $450 million in settlements

    Perhaps the ink will dry on Barclays’ checks just in time for its execs to settle into their seats at Centre Court and dig into their strawberries and cream. Reports surfaced today that the British bank will pay $450 million to U.S. and British authorities to settle charges against Barclays...

  • Supreme Court strikes down much of Arizona immigration law

    The Supreme Court yesterday finally handed down its decision on one of the most highly anticipated issues on the docket. In Arizona et al v. United States, the high court struck down the three harshest parts of the nation’s strictest and most controversial immigration law, SB 1070, which was signed into...

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