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An 84-year-old accused Nazi collaborator must relinquish his U.S. citizenship, the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled. The court rejected Ukrainian-born Jack Reimer’s argument that he had been captured by Germans and forced to stand guard over a massacre … New York Life Insurance has agreed to pay $20 million to settle long outstanding claims by heirs of slaughtered Armenian policyholders. The company has estimated that up to 2,400 unpaid claims can be traced to the victims of the Armenian genocide, begun in 1915. Plaintiffs were represented by a cluster of California firms, including Yeghiayan & Associates; Geragos & Geragos; Kabateck & Garris; and Shernoff, Bidart & Darras … A $503 million desegregation settlement has been upheld by the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. The court rejected arguments by several of the plaintiffs that the sum, which was to be spread over 17 years, was inadequate to address the state’s history of discriminatory funding to historically black colleges. The court also denied plaintiffs attorney Alvin Chambliss’ request to pursue his fees outside the lump sum provided by the settlement … Hinshaw & Culbertson is offering pro bono services to lure the 2006 Gay Games to Chicago. The Am Law 200 firm’s involvement is led by partner Gary Medler, who won three medals in cycling at the last games … A mutual fund fraud allegedly erupted in violence when a whistleblower was assaulted. Peter Scannell told Congress that a few days after he complained about abuses to his boss at Putnam Investments, he was dragged by a car, beaten and told to keep quiet about the firm. – Lori Patel

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