78% of Law Schools Ignore ABA Rule

March 7 (Bloomberg Law) -- Bloomberg Law's Lee Pacchia runs through the legal news for the week. New testimony at the BP oil spill trial in New Orleans focuses on a key safety test taken shortly before the accident. Also, Martha Stewart took the stand at a trial over a dispute involving her company Martha Stewart Living, Macys and JC Penney. Finally, nonprofit group Law School Transparency has just released a report finding that 78% of American law schools have ignored new ABA standards on providing consumers with accurate information.

Publicis Reports Higher-Than-Expected Sales Growth
41:36 - Publicis Groupe SA, whose ad agencies work for brands such as Cadillac, Novartis and Sony PlayStation, reported fourth-quarter organic sales growth of 2.8 percent, thanks to business from digital operations and more work in North America. The Paris-based advertiser posted full-year organic sales growth of 1.5 percent, beating its own forecast from October of expansion of 1 percent, owing to strong development in the final three months of the year, it said in a statement Thursday.
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