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Supreme Court Urged to Reconsider Wartime Fraud Claim Ruling

A former Department of Defense contracting officer accused of engaging in a contract kickback scheme in South Korea asked the U.S. Supreme Court to review an appeals court’s interpretation of the Wartime Suspension of Limitations Act, which revived the government’s fraud prosecution.

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Big Law's Big Paychecks: Partner Compensation, Explained

Law firm partners in Big Law earn a lot of money, but just how much they make can vary widely. Whether it's equity or non-equity or merit versus lockstep, this video explains what goes into determining the size of those paychecks at elite law firms.

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