Once the law firm's lease for the London office ends in September, all 200 people there will work from home most of the time, although the firm is hoping to find a smaller office space to host meetings.
With the COVID-19 pandemic continuing to disrupt the way that many companies do business, corporate legal departments may be relying more technology to help cut costs, drive value and provide alternative to expensive legal advice.
"There are some people who don't want to manage," says Ed Ryan, former executive vice president and general counsel for Marriott International.
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"A majority of the House may have voted to ignore what the Constitution demands of it, but this court may not do the same," House Republicans allege.
Far from being cut off from clients, "We're talking to clients constantly. All day every day. It's a different kind of business development," says Jami Wintz McKeon.
The coronavirus pandemic has caused about "10 years of evolution in 10 weeks," said managing partner John Langan, pointing to long-term changes in how the firm's attorneys will work remotely and take up office space.
Grant Dixton takes over the general counsel role for Brett Gerry, who was made chief legal officer of Boeing earlier this month. Uma Amuluru was named chief compliance officer, succeeding Diana Sands, who will retire after 20 years at Boeing.
Can a commercial tenant that is required to be closed during the COVID-19 pandemic be relieved of, or does it have a defense to, the obligation to continue to pay rent? The short answer is possibly yes, but the situation is unprecedented and the answer may have to be determined in litigation.
The New York Taxi Workers Alliance sued New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the state Department of Labor on Monday, arguing that drivers working for apps including Uber and Lyft are owed regular and timely unemployment benefits in New York.
A Law.com analysis shows that jurisdictions around the country are experiencing deep slides in new civil case filings year-over-year, but to differing degrees. Our local reporters share some perspective about what's going on.
Troutman's pay cuts follow a similar move by Pepper earlier in May and mark the latest internal adjustments ahead of the July 1 merger.
Tuesday's order would allow nontrial proceedings in Washington, D.C., to start one day before a scheduled hearing in the criminal case against former national security adviser Michael Flynn.
U.S. Attorney Joseph Brown of the Eastern District of Texas will resign his position May 31 to pursue opportunities in the private and public sectors.
From a mini backyard commencement ceremony to an emotional reunion at a nursing home, two new J.D.s found ways to make graduation special amid COVID-19.
Plaintiffs Move to Consolidate Litigation Against Bank of America, Chase Bank Over Agents' PPP Loan Fees
The lawsuit was brought against several major banks, including Bank of America and Chase Bank, along with regional bank Mountain America Federal Credit Union.