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  • Former FTC Chairwoman Named Top P&G Legal Officer

    Former FTC Chairwoman Named Top P&G Legal Officer

    Criminal Law News 01/20/2010

    A former Federal Trade Commission chairwoman will become the chief legal officer at Procter & Gamble Co.The consumer products maker says Deborah Platt Majoras, who joined P&G two years ago, will succeed Steven Jemison on Feb. 1.P&G says t...

  • David Perecman Fights for Worksite Safety

    David Perecman Fights for Worksite Safety

    Criminal Law News 02/05/2009

    David Perecman, leading attorney for the personal injury accident group The Perecman Firm PLLC, is on the forefront fighting for construction worksite safety. He is pleading for engineers to review their construction site safety plans and complete th...

  • Foe of 10 Commandments judge loses license

    Foe of 10 Commandments judge loses license

    Criminal Law News 12/09/2008

    A key figure in the case that ousted Alabama's Ten Commandments judge has had his law license suspended over a complaint filed by a client.Stephen Glassroth's license was suspended by the Alabama Bar Association after he did not respond to a complain...

  • Carol Doyle Represents Immigration Detainees

    Carol Doyle Represents Immigration Detainees

    Criminal Law News 10/08/2008

    Federal officials refused to treat a diabetic immigration detainee'sgangrenous wound for more than two months, despite a stench so bad thatother prisoners staged a hunger strike to demand care for him, MartinHernandez Banderas claims in Federal Court...

  • American College of Trial Lawyers Chooses Lukey

    American College of Trial Lawyers Chooses Lukey

    Criminal Law News 03/26/2008

    WilmerHale Partner Joan Lukeywas selected on March 5 to become the next President-Elect of theAmerican College of Trial Lawyers’ (ACTL). Ms. Lukey is the first womanever to serve in this capacity and was chosen for the role by the PastPresidents of t...

  • Judge Linda Miller Recognized for 25 years of Service

    Judge Linda Miller Recognized for 25 years of Service

    Criminal Law News 03/02/2008

    Judge Linda Miller was honored for her 25 years of service as a judicial officer by the OCBA Family Law section at their February meeting. Over 200 members of the section attended the monthly meeting held at the Turnip Rose in Orange.

  • King Yaklin Wins $1M in Attorney's Fee's

    King Yaklin Wins $1M in Attorney's Fee's

    Criminal Law News 02/29/2008

    A Superior Court judge has ordered a couple and their attorney suingBishop Earl Paulk to pay more than $1 million in legal fees and courtcosts from a dismissed case. Mona and Bobby Brewer sued Paulk and his church, then known as ChapelHill Harvester ...

  • Two new commissioners seated

    Two new commissioners seated

    Criminal Law News 02/28/2008

    The Pacifica City Council appointed Josh Gordon and Celeste Langille to the Pacifica Planning Commission Feb. 11. Josh Gordon is an attorney with the San Francisco firm Morrison and Forester. He worked for a federal judge in San Francisco for one yea...

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