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Bitter News, 5-19-10

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Headlines from the Bitter Newsroom that got beat to the punch on the whole beer-flavored vodka thing: • “Commercial fishermen, property owners, area businesses, municipalities, seafood processors, recreational users.” That’s a list of attendees you’d expect at a Gulf region AA meeting these days given they’re all victims of this insanity of an oil spill.  BigLaw won’t be a victim …

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Bitter News, 5-18-10

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Headlines from the Bitter Newsroom that, unlike your daily sausage, are not ‘linked’ to heart disease: • They ‘Evershed’ the wrong guy.  Male lawyer John de Belin was wrongfully sacked by the Leeds, England office of BigLaw firm Eversheds “because his bosses feared they would be sued if they fired his female colleague while she was on maternity leave.” So …

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Bitter News, 5-17-10

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Headlines from the Bitter Newsroom that whiffed on match point against Nadal yesterday: • Who’s that staring at me?  Peeping-tom lawyers!  Yep, two in one day: — 1.  Atlanta law firm partner James Tenney was arrested for allegedly putting camera under a female employee’s desk, and now he faces unlawful surveillance charges.  In his defense, however, his firm bio does …

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Bitter Help Wanted: New Editor in Chief

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Bitter Lawyer is searching for a new Editor in Chief.  This is a perfect opportunity for a creative, hard-working, entrepreneurial (and slightly bitter) lawyer who doesn’t loathe Los Angeles.  Compensation will be competitive and include exciting incentives and bonuses. To apply, please send us a resume with “New EIC” in the subject line of the email. In the body of …

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Bitter News, 5-14-10

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Headlines from the Bitter Newsroom as reckless as sorority girls trashing a slavery museum: • TV legal dramas just ain’t what they used to be—and you’ll realize that come fall.  As the big networks begin their fall lineup announcements so advertisers will throw money at them, it’s a theme of “out with the old and in with the semi-new” in …

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