Knowing what software is best for a lawyer's workflow is daunting and organization-specific. But here are some of the steps every organization should take before they make their next AI purchase.
New International Association of Lawyers President, a Munger Tolles Partner, Puts Democracy, Diversity on Agenda
San Francisco-based Munger, Tolles & Olson litigation partner Jerome "Jerry" Roth will start his one-year term as president of the Paris-based UIA on Saturday.
Facing claims of bias, the ABA's review process has been called "almost meaningless" as lawmakers pick and choose when to ignore the ratings.
The organization provides an invaluable service to an underserved New York City community: young people with a passion, a dream and not enough opportunity.
Trump Watch: DOJ Throws Trump Under the Bus in Roger Stone's Trial + Impeachment Hits the Public Stage
It only took minutes into opening statements at Roger Stone's trial for federal prosecutors to bring President Donald Trump into the mix.
The law school has received $125 million from the W.P. Carey Foundation, and becomes the second law campus to bear the Carey name.
Ruth Stackpool-Moore joins as an investment manager from Asia Dispute Funding, an exclusive broker to Harbour Ligation Funding in the Asia-Pacific region.
The firm in late September asked to withdraw from a civil case in Arizona federal court, saying Holmes hasn't paid them in more than a year and likely won't be able to going forward.
The feared litigation firm is executing a strategy to reach potential clients whether they operate in traditional or non-traditional business sectors. Plus, signs of a shake-out in the litigation funding space.
On Wednesday, a state court judge set a Jan. 20 trial date for an opioid case brought by the state of New York. Yet several other cities, counties and Native American tribes are preparing for trials in 2020, possibly in California, Florida, Illinois, Minnesota, Ohio, Oklahoma and West Virginia.
The counterclaim was filed late Thursday in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York in litigation begun by Virginia Giuffre when she sued Dershowitz for defamation in April. Giuffre claimed Dershowitz aimed to damage her credibility with the media by calling her, among other things, a "serial liar" and "prostitute."
What's ironic is that the law firm had all the right bells and whistles in place to ensure that biases were addressed.
The panel found an additional penalty wasn't necessary to fight unlawful cigarette-trafficking, collect taxes and increase public health.
Aaron Henry, who most recently served as the general counsel for MoneyGram International Inc., takes over as CoreLogic's chief legal officer about five months after the exit of his predecessor, Arnold Pinkston.
Amid multiple investigations touching on Rudy Giuliani's work in Ukraine, one of his new lawyers, Robert Costello, said the scope of his representation is wide-ranging but that Giuliani is facing no real legal threats — just frivolous allegations.
The shorter workweek is getting another look following a report by Microsoft Japan that found productivity jumped 40% after the company switched to a four-day week.
Andrea Ivan, 65, alleges that Louis Lehot pushed to have her fired in favor of a replacement who was described as "young and hot."
The firm's announcement kicks off Big Law associate bonus season, coming even a week before Cravath's uncharacteristically early announcement last year.