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Staff WriterDavid Osias, the attorney responsible for defending the Imperial Irrigation District in the coordinated Quantification Settlement Agreement lawsuits, was fired Friday by the IID Board of Directors. Osias’ law firm of Allen Matkins was replaced by...
Staff WriterImperial Irrigation District Board of Directors’ scrutiny over its legal representation continued Tuesday when the costs incurred by its contracted law firms were presented. Outside counsel expenditures were budgeted at $5,451,500, or 0.007...
Staff WriterEmail correspondence between the Imperial Irrigation District and the Imperial Valley Press is being sought by a law firm that represents members of the Imperial Group in litigation against the IID. The IID will be turning over the requested emails,...
Staff WriterCALEXICO — The Calexico Unified School District will discuss and possibly act on a resolution to censure one of its own board members in tonight’s meeting. The school board will consider a resolution that would censure Calexico Unified...
By IMPERIAL VALLEY PRESS STAFF WRITERFree legal services are being offered to seniors 60 years and older today in El Centro. The Elder Law and Advocacy group is encouraging seniors to call to make an appointment to talk with an attorney about a legal matter. Appointments can be made by...
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StatewideShipman & Goodwin LLP ranks as one of the nation's largest law firms for the second consecutive year, according the most recent rankings by The National Law Journal (NLJ). The NLJ 350 is an annual law firm survey that ranks the largest legal players in...
ReutersLOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The judge overseeing the bankruptcy of San Bernardino, California, on Thursday disqualified a law firm from representing a major bond insurer in the case, because she said some of its lawyers had "switched sides." Federal...
The FBI is investigating Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Seamus P. McCaffery over fees his wife received for referring clients to personal-injury law firms, The Inquirer has learned. The investigation is examining 19 referral fees paid to Lise...
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The Hartford CourantA new federal civil rights agreement aims to get better and more appropriate services for children with disabilities who have been continually suspended or excluded from class at Achievement First Hartford Academy Middle School for disciplinary reasons....
South Orlando homeowner Francisco Molina said Gov. Rick Scott's decision Tuesday to spend mortgage settlement fees on new dorms, courts and the homeless misses the mark to help foreclosure victims. The spending plan OK'ed by Scott Tuesday includes $41...
ReutersMay 28 (TheWrap.com) - The most successful strategy to get consumers to pay up for viewing pirated films appears to be falling apart. Courts are starting to look askance at lawyers' efforts to seize on downloaders of porn rather than Hollywood films...
Matt Willens, a Chicago personal injury lawyer, likes the idea of ghost bikes but doesn't like what happens to them over time. Painted white from their spokes to their handlebars and often decorated with flowers and a sign to memorialize killed...
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