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WA Govt funds Telstra mobile expansion
DelimiterFebruary 1, 2012

news The nation's largest telco Telstra the Western Australian State Government's Regional Mobile Communication Project (RMCP) contract, a deal which will see Telstra receive $39.2 million from the state government and in return provide a value return ...more »

Cuts to foreclosure-prevention aid fought
Ithaca JournalFebruary 1, 2012

The agency, which oversees lending in the state, will review New York's laws governing foreclosure, he said. New York has appropriated $26 million in state funds and $21 million in federal stimulus money since the 2008-09 fiscal year for housing ...more »

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Appellate Practice
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Third-party litigation funding is a relatively new model, but it is likely to ...
The LawyerFebruary 6, 2012

Litigation funding is slowly beginning to take off and gain acceptance among lawyers and clients. This week's panel discusses what needs to be addressed to ensure the market is well-run and provides litigants with the certainty they need when ...more »

General Civil Litigation
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Foreclosure Deal Deadline Arrives as States Consider Releases
BloombergFebruary 6, 2012

While some states have already announced their intention to sign the deal, others including California Attorney General Kamala Harris have yet to publicly commit in part due to terms that protect the banks from future litigation.more »

Business & Commercial Litigation
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Camden National Corporation Reports Record Earnings
Sacramento BeeFebruary 1, 2012

31, 2012 -- /PRNewswire/ -- Camden National Corporation (NASDAQ: CAC; "Camden National" or "Company") reported record net income of $26.2 million for the full year 2011 compared with $24.8 million in 2010, an increase of $1.4 million, or 6%.more »

Securities Litigation/Broker Misconduct
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SEC Waivers Help Banks Avoid Tough Sanctions
Wall Street Journal (blog)February 3, 2012

Bank of America and Merrill Lynch, which merged in 2009, have settled 15 fraud cases and received at least 39 waivers. Only about a dozen companies — Dell, General Electric and United Rentals among them — have felt the full force of the law after ...more »

Wales defy the odds and edge a classic
BBC Sport (blog)February 5, 2012

Another 'Grand Slam' bandwagon has been launched in the Valleys after this stunning last-gasp triumph in Dublin, but the pain writ large all over the battered face of Paul O'Connell should act as at least a momentary handbrake on expectations.more »

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