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Ghostwriters in the courts

Ghostwriting lawyers, beware, warns another federal judge in an opinion released last month. Alexandria Senior U.S. District Judge James C. Cacheris became suspicious when he compared Wilfredo Sejas’ pro se complaint to a similar challenge to a foreclosure Sejas filed ...

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Toll road lawsuit hits exit ramp

Disgruntled Dulles Toll Road drivers had their legal challenge to ever-increasing tolls tossed out of court Thursday by a federal judge who said they didn’t have standing and didn’t have a case, in any event. Virginia drivers John Corr and ...

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Mo’ dough, no pro bono?

Are law firms doing so well that they’ve stopped doing good? That’s one response to a new survey of pro bono efforts among the nation’s 200 highest grossing law firms. Of the 174 law firms participating in the AmericanLawyer.com survey, ...

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