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Law firm hit from both sides over gay marriage law

NEW YORK, May 2 (Reuters Legal) - King & Spalding first took heat from liberals for its work on the gay marriage issue. Now the law firm is losing some of its conservative clients. Full story

Clement breaks with King & Spalding over Marriage Act

NEW YORK (Reuters Legal) - The law firm King & Spalding broke with one of its partners, Paul Clement, on Monday over Clement's work defending an anti-gay-marriage law. Full story

Taco Bell: Yo quiero an apology

Taco Bell is taking a parting shot at the Alabama-based law firm that questioned the beef content of the filling in the chain's tacos and burritos. Full story

AP: Pa. woman sues over Target debt collection

A western Pennsylvania woman filed a federal lawsuit Wednesday against Target Corp. and its law firm over the discount department store chain's debt collection practices, saying false affidavits were used to go after customers who allegedly owed money to a subsidiary bank that issues the store's cre Full story

'Yo quiero Taco Bell,' again? Beef suit dropped

A law firm said Monday it has withdrawn its class-action lawsuit that sought to force Taco Bell to stop calling the meat it serves "beef." Full story

Lawyer charged in insider scheme freed on bail

A judge granted bail Friday to a Virginia man accused of providing confidential information from several law firms for what authorities say was a $37 million insider trading scheme. Full story

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  Hey Taco Bell! Where's the Beef?

A law firm in Alabama is suing Taco Bell, which is owned by Yum Brands, claiming the fast food restaurant's meat mixture does not meet USDA standards. CNBC's Jane Wells has the story.

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A giant electronic billboard advertisement placed by a law firm is on display in Gulfport, Mississippi May 9, 2010. Lawyers offering to represent people impacted by the BP oil spill are running newspaper, radio ads and billboard ads in the area. BP Chief Executive Tony Hayward said a $75 million leg