Several international firms are now closing early and others are testing emergency communications as violence continues to escalate in the Asian financial hub.
Julie Brill, who serves as Microsoft's corporate vice president and deputy general counsel for global privacy and regulatory affairs, is calling for policymakers to place "more robust accountability requirements on companies."
Labels must "prevent consumers from being misled as to the fact that the State of Israel is present in the territories concerned as an occupying power and not as a sovereign entity," the Court said.
Only three years old and two years removed from Mishcon de Reya's Lab program, the company said plans to use the funding to hire new employees to its current 30 person team.
A law school spokesman said Tuesday that "Penn" could return to the school's shorthand but that reverting to "Penn Law" is not on the table.
Multimillion-dollar law school donations are coming fast and furious. But it will take $50 million or more to crack the list of biggest law campus gifts.
"After further consideration, Mr. Mulvaney does not intend to pursue litigation regarding the deposition subpoena issued to him by the U.S. House of Representatives," Mulvaney's lawyer, William Pittard, said in a court filing Tuesday.
Remington Arms Co. LLC's won't get its day before the U.S. Supreme Court, which Tuesday denied certiorari in an appeal over the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School mass shooting.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second and Third circuits have issued rulings on the practice—which aims at bumping cases out of state court and into the federal system—in the past year, and a U.S. House subcommittee is set to hold the first congressional hearing on the topic.
Mulvaney's lawyer, William Pittard, a former acting U.S. House general counsel, withdrew his bid to join another pending case brought by former deputy national security adviser Charles Kupperman.
Senior associates at Austin-based trial boutique Reid Collins & Tsai have already been paid as much as $102,500 in bonuses, and salaried junior partners got up to $312,500, with another bonus payment expected by year-end.
The firm matched Milbank's bonuses, which are identical to those provided last year. First-year associates will be paid $15,000 while senior associates will take home up to $100,000.
Prosecutors almost seem to be relishing in the use of vulgarities in U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson's courtroom.
U.S. District Judge Carl Nichols rejected the president's claims that New York state officials coordinated with House Democrats to get his state tax returns.
John Gore will be reunited with a number of Trump administration vets, including former White House counsel Don McGahn.
The high court had twice granted the Justice Department an extension of time for filing any petition in "Azar v. Garza" until Nov. 8. The case was a centerpiece at the U.S. Supreme Court confirmation hearing of Brett Kavanaugh.
A new U.S. Supreme Court term has started with just three U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit decisions on the court's docket. Gone are the days when the Sixth Circuit challenged the Ninth as the most reversed federal appellate court.
Thanks to technology, there are no shortage of channels for firms to get their message out into the world. But the real secret to wrangling new clientele may require a radical change in attitude as well as tech.