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This week, we look at myths about cannabis insurance. Plus, a marijuana industry group says legalization is a winning political issue. So why are so few politicians championing the cause? Scroll down to see who got the work. Thanks for reading Higher Law.
The Wall Street firm's FinTech Foundry program is aimed not just at banks and startups, but also other companies that see applications for technologies like blockchain.
Some academic types just can't avoid controversy, whether through a misguided Halloween costume, racially charged language in the classroom, or a pattern of throwing bombs that shake up students and fellow faculty members.
Labor of Law: Glassdoor's Latest Anonymity Push | Hurricanes and the Law | Williams & Connolly Gets Plaintiffs Fees
Glassdoor Inc.'s latest battleground to protect user anonymity is the Texas Supreme Court. Plus: there are a host of L&E issues associated with natural disasters. And scroll down for a rare Williams & Connolly plaintiffs petition for legal fees in an overtime suit. Thanks for reading Labor of Law.
Welcome back. I’m Law.com reporter Dan Clark and this is the latest edition of your favorite newsletter Inside Track. This week, eyes have been…
A lawyer for Contra Costa Judge John Laettner says his client denies the charges, and that complaints stem from an ongoing dispute between the judge and the public defender's office over the use of cash bail.
A new study commissioned by the Association of American Law Schools looks at the motivations of aspiring law students and how they approach their search for the right school.
Attorneys in a multifaceted battle for control of Papa John's are set to square off in a Wilmington courtroom Thursday afternoon, as company founder and former CEO John Schnatter tries to maintain a books-and-records case seeking records related to his ouster from the pizza chain.
Plus: A look at the law firm accused of luring women into unnecessary surgery, and arbitration roadblocks in the Uber data breach.
Also up: AGs crack down on big tech's clandestine approach to data collection, and cryptocurrencies' big week.
Compliance Hot Spots: 10 Years After the Siemens FCPA Deal | Tesla's Woes Mount | All the New Moves, Who Got the Work & More
Welcome back—lot to unpack this week. We've got some reflections on the blockbuster Siemens FCPA deal ten years later. Plus: Catch up on the new moves and appointments in Washington and elsewhere. And scroll down for the firms getting some recent SEC work. Thanks for reading Compliance Hot Spots.
A U.S. district court of New York ruling allowing a jury to apply securities laws in an ICO fraud case may set the stage for regulators to heighten actions in the nascent marketplace.
Kevin Brown, a professor at Indiana University Maurer School of Law-Bloomington, says he feels a responsibility to pursue accountability for police who abuse their power.
Plus, innovative ways law schools are spreading legal education and kudos to a student-run publication.
Malaysia is the global firm's third base in Southeast Asia, after Singapore and Myanmar. Dentons is also currently finalizing a combination with Indonesia's Hanafiah Ponggawa & Partners.
“It’s not like you can relax and focus on work when you’re thinking about everyone who stayed behind," said one lawyer in North Carolina who evacuated ahead of the storm.
Upticks in the average MBE scores in July 2017 and 2016 had fueled hopes of a recovery in bar exam pass rates, but the latest figure indicate otherwise.
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