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Donald E. Howard II sees his new business venture as a natural combination: Everybody needs to get their hair cut, and lots of people like to talk about their troubles at the barbershop but may be reluctant to discuss their situation in a "stuffy attorney's office." Says Howard: "I'm still a struggling new attorney and in this economy, you have to step outside the box -- and burn the box."
Nudged by her sister's tales and the foundation laid by her grandfather, Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Teresa Pooler said, "My deciding to go to law school was just kind of subconscious. You know, 'I need to do this.'"
Steven Eckhaus, an executive compensation expert, is leaving Katten Muchin Rosenman to set up a new group at Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft. He will be a partner and chair of Cadwalader's executive compensation and benefits practice in the corporate department.
Many Texas judges and elected prosecutors may see a 12 percent salary increase, after the state Legislature appropriated $17.38 million per fiscal year for judicial raises. The funds would cover raises and increases in retirement benefits for judges and others whose compensation is statutorily "linked to the salary" of district judges.
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