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A profile of Motorola Solutions Inc. general counsel Mark Hacker published on Oct. 7 misreported the year Motorola Inc. split into two companies. It was 2011.
The Plaintiffs' Hot List entry for Bernstein Litowitz Berger & Grossmann published on Oct. 21 misreported the roles of Kessler Topaz Meltzer & Check in the Citigroup Inc. action. They served as additional counsel. The item about Berger & Montague misreported the status of the settlement in the Visa-MasterCard litigation and the attorneys handling the case. It has received preliminary approval, and the attorneys were H. Laddie Montague Jr., Merrill Davidoff, Bart Cohen and Michael Kane. The item also misidentified the role of the firm in the titanium dioxide litigation. It was class and trial counsel. The profile of Hillshire Brands Co. general counsel Kent Magill on Oct. 14 misidentified the business program that he completed at Duke University. It was the executive business program at Duke's Fuqua School of Business.
An article in the October 7 issue, "Zero Hour Near for the Courts," incorrectly stated the date when federal courts are expected to exhaust their funding. The correct date is October 17.
The Legal Times 150 chart published in the Inside Washington special report on September 30 misstated the percentage change in the number of attorneys in the Washington office of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom from 2011 to 2012. It was minus-1.5 percent.
The National Law Journal on September 9 neglected to give credit for the art published on the opinion pages. The photograph accompanying "Brutality's the Winner in the NFL Settlement" on Page 38 was by Alberto Chagas of iStockPhoto. The illustration for "Following Defeats, Anti-Sharia Law Supporters Revert to Sneaky Tactics" on Page 39 was by Tomasz Resiak, also of iStockPhoto.