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Texas IP Attorney Looks To Donate Study App He Patented

By Anna Sanders

McKool Smith intellectual property associate Kyle Ryman wants to donate a study app he co-developed and patented that helped him pass the Texas bar exam.

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    In-House

    Duke GC To Step Down After 18 Years

    Duke University's longtime top legal mind will retire in August, closing out 18 years of leadership at the prominent research university, the school announced Monday.

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    California Pulse

    Former IRS Commissioner Joins Chamberlain Hrdlicka

    Former IRS Commissioner Charles "Chuck" Rettig joined Chamberlain Hrdlicka White Williams & Aughtry as a shareholder in Los Angeles, following in the footsteps of his former acting chief of staff, whom the firm hired last year.

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    Florida Pulse

    CLO Of University Operator Announces June Departure

    The chief legal officer and chief ethics and compliance officer at Laureate Education Inc., an owner and operator of universities in Mexico and Peru, announced his plans to leave the company at the end of June on Monday in a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filing.

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    California Pulse

    Spencer Fane Adds 6 Hopkins & Carley Attys In San Jose

    Spencer Fane LLP announced Monday that it hired a six-person team of attorneys from Silicon Valley firm Hopkins & Carley to help bolster its intellectual property, employment and litigation practices.

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    In-House

    Former FDIC Counsel Rejoins Cadwalader In NY

    A onetime Cadwalader Wickersham & Taft LLP associate is coming back to the firm after serving as the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation's senior special counsel, the firm said Monday.

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    Daily Litigation

    Winston & Strawn Taps Jones Day Atty For Leadership Role

    Winston & Strawn LLP announced Monday that it has tapped a longtime partner from Jones Day in Houston to chair its infrastructure and projects global disputes group.

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    Daily Litigation

    Laptop Dustup Pits Steptoe & Johnson Against Bookkeepers

    A Manhattan federal judge on Monday prodded Steptoe & Johnson PLLC to try to settle claims that it unlawfully exploited the contents of a Pennsylvania accounting and tax concern's laptop, but the law firm's counsel denied it had any such device.

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    Courts

    Gibbons Brings On Retired NJ Federal Judge As ADR Leader

    Gibbons PC has added recently retired U.S. District Judge Noel Hillman from the District Court of New Jersey to take charge of its alternative dispute resolution practice, the Newark, New Jersey-based firm announced.

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    Modern Lawyer

    Another Cravath Departure As White & Case Gains M&A Pro

    White & Case LLP announced Monday that it has hired a Cravath Swaine & Moore LLP corporate partner to expand its global mergers and acquisitions practice in New York.

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    Connecticut Pulse

    Pitney Bowes' Chief Legal Officer To Retire At Month's End

    The top legal officer at Pitney Bowes Inc., who has worked at the company for more than two decades in various roles during separate employment stints, is set to retire on March 31, according to a Monday public filing.

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