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Maduro Foes Can’t Get Money for Lawyers After Guaido Ouster (1)

Venezuela’s opposition leader Leopoldo López said that a void in the group’s leadership, following the ousting of Juan Guaidó as its recognized president, has made it “impossible” to pay for legal representation to defend the dozens of billion-dollar lawsuits that the nation faces in the US.

Billionaires Subpoenaed in Epstein Lawsuit Against JPMorgan

The co-founder of Google and the chairman of Hyatt Hotels Group were subpoenaed along with two other US business leaders as part of a lawsuit against JPMorgan Chase & Co. over its ties to Jeffrey Epstein, according to a person familiar with the case.

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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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