Jul 20, 2013

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Local lawyer fights public speaking fear, revives career
That's not false modesty; Alipuria's fear of speaking was ruining his legal career. "Early on, I'd shake when I had to stand up in court and speak," he said. "I wasn't comfortable talking to people, and I wasn't connecting with my clients." In 2002 ...
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Young Professional: Fort Collins lawyer's career boosted by work with ...
The Coloradoan
In no particular order, I would say some of those challenges are: equalizing the balance between available legal jobs and job-seekers; making legal representation more affordable and available for lower-income clients with lower-dollar problems; and ...
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Detroit Bankruptcy Judge Is Ponzi-Law Scholar Nearing Retirement
Detroit's bankruptcy, the largest municipal collapse in U.S. history, will be overseen by a 28-year veteran of the bench and writer on Ponzi-scheme law who's taking on the biggest case of his career. U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Steven W. Rhodes, 64, was ...
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Montco's top law enforcer elected to post on statewide prosecutorial association
The Reporter
Ferman, a Republican and career prosecutor who spent 15 years climbing the ranks in the district attorney's office before being elected the county's first female district attorney in 2007, comes to the association appointment with a wealth of ...
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Bitter pill for charlatan: File on 'medical' career closed
Arab News
The long arm of the law finally caught up with an Arab expat "doctor" who held a forged degree in medicine after learning the hard way that lying doesn't pay. The phony doctor was nabbed after practicing medicine at a Jeddah hospital for several years.
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Cohen's Career at SAC Faces End as SEC Presses Supervision Case
"Hedge-fund managers are responsible for exercising appropriate supervision over their employees to ensure that their firms comply with the securities laws," Andrew Ceresney, co-director of the SEC's enforcement division, said in a statement. "After ...
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Manager's personality shines at Bluffton hotel
Savannah Morning News
Sunshine moved to the Lowcountry to be closer to her husband's family who lives in Sun City. Linda French, Sunshine's mother-in-law, was the Hampton Inn and Suites' manager for years and wanted to help Sunshine start a career in the hospitality industry.
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