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  • * Qtrly profit before taxation 47.9 million naira versus 104.7 million naira last year Source:
  • * OPEC officials could not agree output limits on Friday (Updates with meeting over, comments) Source:
  • VIENNA, Oct 29 (Reuters) – Officials from OPEC and non-member oil producing countries met on Saturday aiming to build support for an OPEC plan to reduce output one day after OPEC members were unable to agreed on how to implement the deal. Source:
  • MAIDUGURI, Nigeria, Oct 29 (Reuters) – Two suicide bombers killed at least eight people on Saturday in the northeastern Nigerian city of Maiduguri, the heart of a seven-year-old insurgency by Islamist Boko Haram militants, the military said. Source:
  • The petition of the day is: Perry v. Merit Systems Protection Board 16-399 Issue: Whether a Merit Systems Protection Board decision disposing of a “mixed” case (one which challenges certain adverse employment actions and also involves a claim under the federal anti-discrimination laws) on jurisdictional grounds is subject to judicial review in district court or […]
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  • * Digging deep into what makes Judge Richard Posner tick. [Chicago Law School] * Is Justice John Roberts’s way of thinking a dying one? [Democracy Journal] * All about the lawsuit over potential voter intimidation. [Bloomberg Radio]
  • With the shifting landscape of the legal market, it can be difficult to determine both when and where to lateral. Source:
  • The burrito chain puts Wall Street in formation, tells Ackman it’s got hot sauce in its bag. Source:
  • [Update at 5:29 p.m.: This post has been expanded to include a discussion of all today’s grants.] The Supreme Court added five new cases to its docket this afternoon. Among the new grants was Gloucester County School Board v. G.G., the case of a transgender student who identifies as a boy and wants to be […]
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