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In an article published in the Feb. 18 Verdicts special section, “ This verdict made jaws drop,” the Chicago law firm Kirkland & Ellis was incorrectly named on the third reference. An article in the Feb. 11 issue, “ Non-U.S. buyers rush in,” should have identified Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson as counsel to Goldman, Sachs & Co. in its role as financial adviser to Commerce Bancorp Inc. in the bank’s acquisition by Toronto-Dominion Bank. An article in the Feb. 4 issue, “ ABA may tighten rule on bar exam performance,” should have said the U.S. Department of Justice, not the Department of Education, obtained a court order in 2006 against the American Bar Association.

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