Benjamin Ginsberg

  • goodbye farewell Ill miss you

    Biglaw, Lateral Moves, Partner Issues, Partner Profits, Patton Boggs, Real Estate, White-Collar Crime

    More Partner Departures At Bingham

    Who are the latest partners to leave, and where are they going?

    3 Comments / / Jun 2, 2014 at 4:04 PM
  • Attorney Misconduct, Barack Obama, Depositions, Election 2012, Law Schools, Legal Ethics, Morning Docket, SCOTUS

    Morning Docket: 10.30.12

    * People realize that the next President will probably get to appoint a couple of SCOTUS justices, right? [Slate]

    * That’s some costly attorney misconduct: a lawyer who got slapped with a $10,000 sanction for “egregious conduct” at a deposition now has to pay an additional $36,274 in legal fees. [New York Law Journal]

    * The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau better hope for Obama wins. [National Law Journal]

    * Fun legal times at the Village Voice. [Corporate Counsel]

    * When Sandy got real for people in Manhattan. [New Yorker]

    5 Comments / / Oct 30, 2012 at 9:01 AM
  • lsat studying

    Canada, Deaths, Law Professors, Law Schools, Layoffs, LSAT, Morning Docket, Partner Issues, Patton Boggs, Politics, Staff Layoffs

    Morning Docket: 08.28.12

    * Patton Boggs partner Benjamin Ginsberg serves as the Mitt Romney campaign’s top lawyer, and he’s taking flak for GOP rules revisions that have been likened to “killing a fly with a sledgehammer.” [Am Law Daily]

    * “I am still shocked that I did everything right and find myself on the brink of destitution,.” This just in from the Things Everyone Already Knew Desk: even law firms have been hit hard by the recession. [Washington Times]

    * The lead lawyer in the inquisition against Madam Justice Lori Douglas turned in a resignation letter. Perhaps he grew tired of being part of judicial farce that’s spread wider than Her Honor’s legs. [Canadian Press]

    * Penn State Dickinson School of Law might not be losing its accreditation, but it will be reducing enrollment and consolidating all first-year classes at its University Park campus. [Central Penn Business Journal]

    * A would-be law student wants to know if he has a good chance of getting into a top 20 school with a low 150s LSAT and an average GPA. You’ll get in everywhere you apply! [Law Admissions Lowdown / U.S. News]

    * Roger Fisher, Harvard Law School professor and co-author of “Getting to Yes,” RIP. [WSJ Law Blog]

    8 Comments / / Aug 28, 2012 at 9:05 AM

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