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So who are those clients? According to Kirkland’s own website, some of them are:
Chiquita Bananas, Verizon, Coca-Cola, Boeing, Chevron, Avanade, Siemens AG, AOL, Hershey, Time Warner, ARAMARK, and ESL Partners LP.
Without paying clients, law firms like Kirkland cannot pursue pro bono litigation, including pro bono litigation against widows. Worthing notes another paying client of Kirkland and Ellis, one with some relevance to Andrew Breitbart:

I did learn that one of Soros’ companies was represented by them.

Maybe Coca-Cola and Hershey can be reassured that some other client is subsidizing the lawsuits against Sherrod and North Carolina. But will conservative media stand by while the widow of one of their own is gobbled up by a heartless, vindictive lawsuit?
I suspect not.

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Coca-Cola products have always given me gas, anyway.
27 weeks ago
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as Edwin answered I'm amazed that a stay at home mom able to profit $9946 in a few weeks on the internet. additional hints
>>>>>> WWW.JOBS72.COM
27 weeks ago
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my friend's step-aunt makes $61 hourly on the internet. She has been fired from work for eight months but last month her pay check was $19567 just working on the internet for a few hours. see this page.....http://www.bbc13.com
27 weeks ago
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Excellent post, thank you! K&E representing a SOROS related company is a huge scandal, maybe bigger than the "New" Black Panthers, Fast and Furious and Benghazi - combined! Keep up the great work!
27 weeks ago
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The plan is simply to intimidate anyone who speaks up. Even death is no escape because they will go after your family. That's the point.
27 weeks ago
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It is time that we demand legal insurance, like health care insurance because we are only one law suit away from bankruptcy.

But the funny thing is that when this is brought up, lawyers argue that lawyers who are better should get paid more, unlike doctors, and that lawyers went to school to be their own bosses, unlike doctors, and that if lawyers didn't do this work it would be worse for their clients.

So tell me again how a class action suit where the harmed parties get pennies on the dollars and the lawyers get millions isn't ripping off the system
27 weeks ago
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no we need to pursue the ideas of a group of doctors - forget where it occurred but the doctors got together and agreed to NO perform services to Lawyers on their Families- we need a NATION wide strike against lawyers- ALL Service sectors from law cutters to Doctors to STOP doing work for Lawyers
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