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Blank Rome LLP announced Tuesday it had hired the co-leader of Ballard Spahr LLP's privacy and data security group to take on a similar leadership role in its Philadelphia office.
CS Disco announced on Tuesday the promotion of two senior leaders to the positions of chief customer officer and chief human resources officer, two weeks after the embattled company suddenly parted with its former sales leader.
Dinsmore & Shohl LLP has added a five-attorney cybersecurity and data privacy team in Cleveland to keep up with the escalating demands of national business clients, the firm said Tuesday.
Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP announced Tuesday that it has added an experienced transactional attorney to its Dallas team who came aboard from Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP.
In the summer of 2020, Nick Chu, a young justice of the peace in Austin, Texas, made history by presiding over the nation's first virtual criminal jury trial.
Most law graduates finance their graduate education through loans, and the proportion of law graduates borrowing for law school has increased, according to a Tuesday report from AccessLex Institute.
When asked about the qualities that inspire positive feelings about their firms' cultures, lawyers pointed to a high priority on client service above all else in a recent survey by legal recruiting firm Major Lindsey & Africa and Law360 Pulse.
Here are a few things lawyers had to say when asked to describe their firm’s culture and whether their firms were focusing on the most important cultural priorities.
Younger attorneys are looking for better policies around attorney well-being and work-life balance, more diversity, and more mentorship and training from their law firms, according to the results of a new survey.
Former Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP partner Michael Li-Ming Wong has joined Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP to serve as co-chair of Willkie's national white collar defense group, bringing with him years of experience defending white collar defendants and tech companies, including Uber and Yahoo in high-stakes litigation over data breaches and other claims, the firm announced Monday.
The results of a probe into the trading activities of the former heads of the Federal Reserve banks in Dallas and Boston, released Monday, found no violations of "laws, rules, regulations or policies," while criticizing the appearance of a conflict of interest that undercuts confidence in the policymakers' "impartiality and integrity."
A Texas judge agreed on Monday to allow bankrupt oil and gas driller Alpine Summit Energy Partners to retain White & Case LLP as special litigation counsel, noting that the firm's use of higher priced attorneys could be challenged later, particularly since a tentative settlement has been reached in the adversary action at issue.
Mayer LLP has widened its Southwest footprint to San Antonio with a team of a dozen attorneys who represent clients in various types of litigation, in the firm's third office in Texas and fifth overall.
Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP strengthened its environmental team in Houston with a counsel who boasts more than a decade of combined service with the Texas Attorney General's Office and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.
A Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP partner whose white collar practice focuses on the healthcare and securities industries was inaugurated this past weekend as president of the Dallas Bar Association.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday ruled that federal border agents can remove razor wire fencing installed by Texas along the Mexico border, vacating a Fifth Circuit order that the Biden administration argued led to the deaths of several migrants.
Exxon Mobil Corp. is suing activist investors trying to force a shareholder vote over the company's greenhouse gas emission targets, sidestepping the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission by requesting that a Texas federal judge decide whether the activists' proposal amounts to unwarranted interference in the company's business operations.
Eight law firms have earned spots as Law360's Firms of the Year, with 55 Practice Group of the Year awards among them, steering some of the largest deals of 2023 and securing high-profile litigation wins, including at the U.S. Supreme Court.
Law360 would like to congratulate the winners of its Practice Groups of the Year awards for 2023, which honor the attorney teams behind litigation wins and major deals that resonated throughout the legal industry this past year.
A Houston federal judge said Friday that a contract dispute between two law firms involved in litigation over the 1983 Beirut barracks bombing "doesn't reflect well upon the bar" as he weighed whether to move the case to Maryland or dismiss it in its entirety.
Desmarais LLP and The Dacus Firm PC secured a $57 million trial verdict for genetic testing company Ravgen in a closely watched infringement trial, topping this week's list of Law360 Legal Lions.
Three attorneys who filed lawsuits challenging the results of the 2020 election now face ethics charges in Washington, D.C., as bar regulators allege they committed professional misconduct by making claims with "no basis in fact."
As the legal industry struggles to find ways to bridge the wide gap between those who can afford civil legal services and those who cannot, a proposal in Texas to allow non-attorney ownership of firms providing low- or no-cost services faces an uncertain future following opposition from lawyers who say it would create an ethical quagmire.
Bracewell LLP has added an attorney with prior in-house experience at Deloitte and Alliantgroup as a partner in Houston to help bolster its efforts assisting clients in qualifying for and monetizing energy tax incentives, the global firm said in an announcement Thursday.
A former Texas bankruptcy judge cannot claim judicial immunity from a lawsuit over his concealed relationship with a onetime Jackson Walker partner since the relationship and the hiding of it were not judicial acts, a man suing the ex-judge has told a Texas federal court.
SeriesAsk A Mentor: How Can Associates Seek More Assignments?
In the first installment of Law360 Pulse's career advice guest column, Meela Gill at Weil offers insights on how associates can ask for meaningful work opportunities at their firms without sounding like they are begging.
In order to improve access to justice for those who cannot afford a lawyer, states should consider regulatory innovations, such as allowing new forms of law firm ownership and permitting nonlawyers to provide certain legal services, says Patricia Lee Refo, president of the American Bar Association.
The Texas Supreme Court's recently proposed rule change allowing substituted service through social media and email could take effect in December, and practitioners will need to know how to establish that the defendant received notice through a technological method, says Marcus Eason at McGinnis Lochridge.
Law firms will be hiring conservatively well into 2021 and beyond, but associates eyeing a new firm or market can successfully make a move if they are pragmatic about their requirements, say Rebecca Glatzer and Kate Reder Sheikh at Major Lindsey.