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  • Plea to Take Mel Gibson Off ‘Blacklist’ Sparks Hollywood Debate

    Eight years after Mel Gibson’s anti-Semitic rant during a drunk-driving arrest, Hollywood is debating the rehabilitation of an Oscar winner who was once one of the industry’s most bankable stars.

  • MLB Seeks Contempt Fine Against Rodriguez Ex-Spokesman

    Major League Baseball asked a judge to sanction a former spokesman for New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez, claiming he’s dragging his feet to avoid turning over documents subpoenaed in an arbitration over the player’s alleged use of performance-enhancing drugs.

  • MLB Seeks Contempt Fine Against Rodriguez Ex-Spokesman

    Major League Baseball asked a judge to sanction a former spokesman for New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez, claiming he’s dragging his feet to avoid turning over documents subpoenaed in an arbitration over the player’s alleged use of performance-enhancing drugs.

  • Blavatnik Is Sued for $2 Billion Over TNK Energy Sale

    Billionaires Leonard Blavatnik and Viktor Vekselberg were sued by a Russian businessman and lawmaker who claims he’s owed more than $2 billion from the sale of his country’s third-largest oil and gas producer.

  • Yankees’ Alex Rodriguez Seeks to Block Publicist Subpoena

    New York Yankees third-baseman Alex Rodriguez asked a judge to block a subpoena requiring the head of the public relations firm Sitrick & Co. to provide evidence in Rodriguez’s arbitration with Major League Baseball.

  • Alex Rodriguez’s Ex-Spokesman Wins Delay of MLB Subpoena

    Michael Sitrick, the head of the public relations firm Sitrick & Co., won a delay in enforcement of an order to testify and turn over documents in Alex Rodriguez’s arbitration with Major League Baseball.

  • Apollo-to-Goldman Embracing Insurers Spurs State Concerns

    Until April 2011, Patrick “Pete” Dodd, a former money manager at Liberty Life Insurance Co. in Greenville, South Carolina, invested customer premiums in what he calls a “squeaky clean” portfolio: bonds backed by state governments and blue chip corporations.

  • Dewey, Shearman, Goodwin Procter, Skadden: Business of Law

    Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP, whose bank loans are partly secured with money due from clients, told partners they can’t have their monthly pay until they send all the bills for their services, a person familiar with the matter said.

  • Dewey, McDermott, Patton Boggs, Quinn Emanuel: Business of Law

    Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP co-chairmen Jeffrey Kessler and Richard Shutran left to join rival law firms, leaving just two members of Dewey’s new chairman’s office in place.

  • Dewey Proposals to Hire Advisers Assailed by Trustee

    Law firm Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP was assailed by the U.S. trustee who supervises bankruptcies over nine proposals to hire advisers, including the law firm of Togut Segal & Segal LLP, and a six-week budget of $7 million for paying the firms.

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