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Girardi Criminal Charges Also Impugn California Bar, Critics Say

The dual criminal indictments of disgraced attorney Thomas Girardi and Girardi Keese employees is the latest blast to the California State Bar’s yearslong failure to discipline the celebrated plaintiffs’ lawyers despite a slew of complaints, bar watchers said.

Girardi Indicted for Fraud, Contempt Over Stolen Client Cash (1)

Former Girardi Keese attorneys Thomas V. Girardi and David R. Lira, along with the now-defunct firm’s head of accounting and finance, Christopher K. Kamon, have been indicted for wire fraud and criminal contempt after misappropriating millions in client funds.

Girardi Indicted for Fraud, Contempt Over Stolen Client Cash (1)

Former Girardi Keese attorneys Thomas V. Girardi and David R. Lira, along with the now-defunct firm’s head of accounting and finance, Christopher K. Kamon, have been indicted for wire fraud and criminal contempt after misappropriating millions in client funds.

Mass Tort Advertising Now an Industry Unto Itself (Podcast)

The marketing used to find clients in mass tort cases has become much more sophisticated in recent years—and the budgets used to identify potential clients have been growing exponentially. For the Camp Lejeune case, which involves decades of contaminated drinking water at a military installation in North Carolina, the spending could shatter records. Bloomberg Law reporter Roy Strom dug into how this type of legal marketing works and who benefits from it. He joins our weekly legal news podcast, On The Merits, to talk about how the mass tort bar finds its clients and why this makes some people uneasy.

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When Your Boss is Notorious: Clerking for R.B.G.

Seven of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s former law clerks reveal what it’s like to work for the Notorious R.B.G.

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