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Astroworld Festival victim’s family declined Travis Scott’s offer to pay for their 9-year-old’s funeral

The death toll from the November 5 concert now stands at 10, and dozens of lawsuits have been filed following the festival tragedy, according to Harris County District Court records. Ezra Blount, a 9-year-old Houston boy injured at the event, was placed in a medically induced coma in an attempt to overcome brain, liver and… Read More »

Law Firm transactional demand slows, while lawyer pay jumps in Q1 2022, Law Firm Financial Index (LFFI) finds

Looking at the Law Firm Financial Index (LFFI) number for Q1 2022, you can’t fail to notice how rapidly the index declined even as many market fundamentals remain strong. While some decline was surely anticipated, however, the size of the drop-off may raise some eyebrows. The first quarter’s results extend a three-consecutive-quarter slide in the… Read More »

Partner pay watch: Cooley cyber vice-chair up for U.S. privacy board

Signage is seen on the exterior of the building where law firm Cooley LLP is located in Manhattan, New York City, U.S., August 17, 2020. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Travis LeBlanc is vice chair of firm’s cyber, privacy group Lawyer’s clients include Zoom, Coinbase, Twitter and Meta (Reuters)… Read More »

Can You Pay Taxes With A Personal Loan?

A personal loan is generally an unsecured sum of money borrowed from either a traditional bank, credit union or an online lender. These loans come with fixed interest rates and repayment terms. Interest rates vary by lender and by the borrower’s credit and financial health. There are virtually no limitations on how personal loan money… Read More »

This state wants to pay off $40K in student loan debt for first-time homebuyers

New details have been released about a bill in the Maine legislature that would offer significant student debt relief for first-time homebuyers in the state.  (iStock) Lawmakers in Maine are working on a bill that would forgive up to $40,000 worth of student loan debt for eligible first-time homebuyers. Democratic Senate President Troy Jackson revealed… Read More »