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Eric Abramovitz was one of Canada's most promising young clarinetists.

A Canadian musician spent years thinking the school of his dreams didn’t want him — but actually, his ex-girlfriend hid his admission and ...

A Canadian musician won more than $250,000 after his former girlfriend tampered with his music school acceptance email and turned down his $50,000-a-year scholarship.
Former Square General Counsel Hillary Smith, left, and CEO Jack Dorsey

Square paid $8 million for a super star tech lawyer, then she stepped down after 16 months on the job

BI Prime: Hillary Smith is replaced by Sivan Whiteley, a five-year veteran of Square who help lead legal on its bitcoin launch. Smith will stay on at the $22.5 billion payments company through September.
A tug of war-style 'Divorce' machine is seen in the 'Novelty Automation' gallery on February 15, 2017 in London, England.

A divorcing couple is fighting over a £600,000 cryptocurrency haul

UK law firm Royds Withy King is working on three divorce cases involving cryptocurrencies.
An exterior view of The Auschwitz complex.

It is now illegal in Poland to suggest the country was complicit in Nazi war crimes during the Holocaust

The law's signing comes at a time when many worry that racist and anti-semitic sentiment are on the rise in Poland.

7 words and phrases only lawyers understand

From "upstanding" to "wobbler," here are some terms that make sense to lawyers, but make outsiders scratch their heads.

You probably won’t understand this keyboard unless you’re a lawyer

The Legalboard looks like a normal keyboard, but it has shortcuts to symbols that only lawyers use and that no other keyboard has.

The ‘space kingdom’ Asgardia says it’s the first nation with all of its territory in orbit — but legal experts are dubious

Asgardia, a group that's trying to become the first country in space, claims its first satellite is all of its territory. But experts aren't so sure.

Hillary Clinton decided to go to Yale law school after a Harvard professor told her: ‘We don’t need any more women at Harvard’

Hillary Clinton described how a Harvard law professor dissuaded her from attending his school because "We don't need any more women at Harvard."

The NYC subway has reportedly been using employee break rooms to store dead bodies

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority has reportedly been putting bodies of people killed by trains into employee break rooms, lunch rooms, or bathrooms.

Customs and Border Protection admitted to wasting more than $5 million on lie-detector tests for ‘unsuitable’ job applicants

A government agency spent millions of dollars on lie detector tests for those who already admitted to drug use or criminal activity.