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Stake in 11 Times Square for sale
Published: November 26, 2014 - 9:12 am A piece of 11 Times Square is up for grabs. SJP Properties and its investors, the developers of the trophy office building, are selling a 49% stake in the...
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Whistleblower tips to SEC up 10% in 2014
The number of whistleblower tips and complaints to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's Office of the Whistleblower increased 10.1% from the previous year to 3,620 in fiscal year 2014, while...
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International Place Secures $500M Refinancing Deal
International Place BOSTON�The ownership of the 1.8-million-square-foot International Place office complex here has secured a $500-million refinancing of the property located in the city�s Financial...
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MASN says commissoner-elect Manfred influenced TV...
The arbitration process that awarded tens of millions of dollars a year more to the Washington Nationals in television rights fees was not truly independent and was controlled largely by soon-to-be...
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Lawyer's ex-wife accuses second wife of making hi...
Prominent lawyer's jilted spouse claims his new wife 'duped' him into redoing his will as he lay dying from cancer, costing their sons $1.5M in inheritance money Karlstein was first wife of Hank...
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Judge orders secrets revealed in Apple's sapphire...
A federal bankruptcy judge on Tuesday ordered that virtually all the information Apple and its former sapphire supplier had wanted kept secret be placed in the public record by noon ET on Friday, Nov....
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Meet Jeffrey Kessler, lawyer whose suit strikes f...
Jeffrey Kessler is known as a sharp legal adversary, which isn't helping the NCAA. (Getty Imagea) SAN FRANCISCO -- On an early October morning, Jeffrey Kessler was running late for an interview with...
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It's the season of the snitch
There is no more famous corporate whistle-blower than Sherron Watkins. Thirteen years after exposing accounting fraud at Enron, she still draws crowds eager to hear her talk about her courageous act....
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