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How office life in cubicles evolved (access required)

Space planning for today’s office is not as simple as it once was. Every decade has offered new recommendations on how best to design the environment for the office worker. Germany introduced the open plan office concept in the 1970s, ...

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Office space will reflect your firm (access required)

If you are opening a new law practice, you need to start your firm on sound financial footing. But the nature of your firm’s infrastructure — bricks and mortar, computers and software – are important too. Each element is essential, ...

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Ex-Rep. Jefferson is convicted of bribery (access required)

A federal jury in Alexandria convicted former Louisiana Congressman William J. Jefferson last week of 11 of 16 charges related to bribery, racketeering and money laundering. Jefferson faces a maximum penalty of 150 years in prison when U.S. District Judge ...

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