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Live Nation Faces N.Y. Record $20 Million for Pain, Suffering

Live Nation Worldwide Inc. will remain on the hook for $20 million for pain and suffering—a record amount for New York State—to a man who suffered traumatic brain injury in an accident while working on the grounds of the Jones Beach Theater, after a New York appeals court pared the amount from $40.6 million.

Wake Up Call: Seven Firms Steer $4.8B Spanish Media Merger

In today’s column, Baker McKenzie announced special associate bonuses that match the Davis Polk scale and raises it for big billers; Sheppard Mullin elected a new chair, its first based outside of California; Orrick launched a legal tech business, spun off from an in-house unit.

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