The demand for everything "cloud" has been driven by the massive, and dramatic, shift to a remote-first workforce caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
"I think it's representative of the population of minorities in corporate legal departments," said BarkerGilmore founding partner Bob Barker.
A mix of layoffs and hiring will continue through 2021, experts and firm leaders say, as the industry absorbs lessons learned in the pandemic.
Comey will teach a spring semester seminar called "Lawyers and Leaders" as a "Leader in Residence" at the law school.
How Can Judges Effectively Regulate Their Emotions? The 'Stuffing Stuff Down' Approach Doesn't Cut It
"It's basically like your cognitive resources are a precious commodity and this is chomping away at them," said Vanderbilt Law professor Terry Maroney in her third presentation on judicial temperament at the Berkeley Judicial Institute.
The blank check company, sponsored by former Kirkland & Ellis chairman Jeffrey Hammes and Keller Lenkner CEO Adam Gerchen, has $175 million to direct toward an acquisition.
The explosive lawsuit, filed by Chicago plaintiffs' firm Edelson PC on Wednesday, alleges that Tom Girardi and his firm, Girardi Keese, used funds from settlements with Boeing over the 2018 Lion Air crash to pay off litigation financing firms and to continue paying for an "outrageous lifestyle." The suit also names "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Erika Jayne, who filed for divorce from Girardi last month, and two of the firm's lenders.
Afternoon Briefs: 25 former DC bar leaders decry election suits; ousted 1L presses due process claim
25 ex-DC bar leaders decry election suits
Twenty-five former presidents of the District of Columbia Bar are criticizing lawyers who attacked the electoral process through…
Newly released records show Big Law was happy to participate in the federal relief package, and the larger the firm, the more money they asked for.
In a decision filed Nov.…
The 2020 Inclusion Index Survey Report, published by the Minority Corporate Counsel Association and Russell Reynolds Associates, found that lawyers perceived little improvement in diversity and inclusion in 2019.
Edward Allan Farnsworth (1928-2005) was one of America’s most renowned legal scholars on contracts. He Taught at Columbia Law School for over 50 years.
Farnsworth on Contracts is now in its 4th edition and is being edited by Professor Zachary Wolfe from George Washington University. This treatise is considered essential by students, faculty, and practitioners alike in the area of contracts.
Farnsworth served as a reporter for the Restatement (Second) of Contracts as well and his treatise shows how the Restatement along with the Uniform Commercial Code has influenced and shaped Contract law. The reader will find case references that are cross referenced along with drafting tips.
Farnsworth is also available online for CSU affiliates.
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The bar exam of 2025 will look different than today's, with a greater emphasis on legal skills. But just how much it will change remains to be seen.
A federal disclosure deadline for Dec. 1 revealed the amounts that businesses took in PPP loans, and several large law firms went after the $10 million max.
The global law firm braced itself for the pandemic, and firm leadership expects some efforts to increase efficiency will stick.
A UK industry poll has found three quarters do not think events should take place, even remotely, provoking a backlash from those in the minority.