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The occasion of the Supreme Court's spring musicale saw Broadway great Barbara Cook belting out jazz and oldtime favorites. Plus: Skadden and News Corp., Arent Fox reps the 49ers, Boasberg clears the way for school closures, a circuit judge runs, and shoe business in this week's column.
For years a group of activists calling themselves "Robin Hood and his Merry Men" have roamed the streets of Keene, N.H., with rolls of coins to feed expired meters before parking enforcement officers can write tickets. Some of those officers are striking back. Also: a royal flush, a dust-up, and a Wolf suit in this week's column.
More than 200 attorneys and staff at Legal Services NYC walked off their jobs on May 15 after voting overwhelmingly to reject management offers for a new contract. Plus more in our weekly roundup of Web-only stories from NLJ.com and other ALM publications.