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A three-judge Second Circuit panel on Monday told a trial court to revisit its approval of a class of nearly 70,000 women bringing claims against Sterling Jewelers. (Law360)

2nd Circ. Won't OK Huge Sterling Jewelers Sex Bias Class

The Second Circuit on Monday struck down a lower court's green light for a class of about 69,000 women claiming that Sterling Jewelers Inc. cheated them out of pay and promotions, saying an arbitrator may not have had the authority to certify a class including employees who hadn't opted into it.

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    A handful of law firms of various sizes and types are outpacing their peers on including women in their ranks. Here’s why four of them are positioned toward the front of the pack.

  • BigLaw Bias Suits New Wild Card In Fight For Gender Equity

    As gender bias suits pile up against law firms, it remains to be seen how they will impact recruiting in the industry. But some legal experts say firm leaders may want to look at the complaints as blueprints for change.

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    Only a handful of the largest U.S. law firms are led by women. Here, in their own words, are perspectives from Shook Hardy & Bacon Chair Madeleine McDonough, Crowell & Moring Chair Angela Styles, Morgan Lewis & Bockius Chair Jami Wintz McKeon and Goodwin Procter Chair Emeritus Regina Pisa.

  • JPMorgan, Deutsche To Settle Libor Rigging Claims For $148M

    JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Deutsche Bank AG have agreed to pay a combined $148 million to escape two investor suits alleging they rigged the Libor benchmark rate, according to a proposed deal Friday, asking for early approval despite both banks having technically been dismissed from one of the cases.

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    The government's case against "pharma bro" Martin Shkreli inched toward conclusion on Friday, with both sides engaged in heated sparring over the final pieces of evidence and testimony in the closely watched securities fraud trial.

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Justice Breyer On Changing His Mind And Sparring With Scalia

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Justice Stephen Breyer discusses the extent to which oral arguments can influence his thinking and recalls his many debates with the late Justice Antonin Scalia, in the second of two articles based on an exclusive interview.

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