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With law firm CMO searches sometimes extending for more than a year, legal marketing experts say the long vacancies can cause damage.
Newly Public Records Show Trump Placed Call to Former 'Apprentice' Contestant the Day of Alleged Sexual Assault
The call logs support the account of former "Apprentice" contestant Summer Zervos, wrote Zervos' lawyer Mariann Meier Wang of Cuti Hecker Wang in court filings.
Attorney John Paul Szymkowicz has sued blogger Michael Frisch for defamation over a series of posts on the Legal Profession Blog, which tracks attorney discipline cases across the country.
The litigation megafirm says it considered the legal ethics implications of cryptocurrency payments before joining the small group of Am Law 200 firms that have taken the leap.
The Northeast Chapter of the Association of Corporate Counsel is the first U.S. group to offer the tech-based mentoring program called MOSAIC, which stands for Mentoring Opportunities Shared Amongst In-House Counsel. The program was developed in 2015 by two in-house counsel in the U.K.
"You've asked this question now three different times. I know you're unhappy with his answer, but if we stay until 7:30 he's not going to change his answer," the veteran Paul Hastings white-collar partner said during one exchange, according to a newly released transcript.
Fresh off holding its annual meeting in Phoenix last week, the Association of Corporate Counsel has revealed its 2020 slate of officers and newly elected board of directors.
"State Department officials charged with carrying out our foreign policy should not be left in the dark about shadow diplomacy carried out through a secret, alternative channel," the complaint reads.
"I got a little nervous about retiring, and I think my wife got a little more nervous. So I think this is a good thing," quipped Lawrence "Lon" Jacobs.
Jeff Cody, who is currently U.S. chief administrative partner, will step into his new role as U.S. managing partner and chair of the U.S. management committee Jan. 1.
The Oklahoma Supreme Court on Monday ordered an interim suspension for Julie Marie Ezell, who was general counsel at the Oklahoma State Department of Health and was in charge of helping to adopt the state's rules for medical marijuana.
The profession is largely stuck with the choose-and-hope-for-the-best model, foisted upon young professionals who often lack the breadth of life and work experience necessary to make an informed choice.
A federal judge rejected arguments that an arbitrator was biased against the trustee because the arbitrator's son couldn't get a summer associate position job at either O'Melveny & Myers or Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher.
Laura Prather of Haynes and Boone and CNN's legal department have been zealous advocates for freedom of the press.
Players in the cannabis industry need to successfully comply with a complex variety of state regulations to stay in business, but for many in the space, a technological assist with that process may be considered a luxury they can't afford.
In a racial discrimination suit against Davis Polk, former associate Kaloma Cardwell said the firm tried to get him to resign by not giving him interesting work, and finally by not giving him much work at all, before firing him last year.
Corporate finance partner Wing Cheung leaves Locke Lord after more than six years with the firm. He is succeeded by disputes lawyer Gregory Burch as Hong Kong office managing partner.
This week's Ahead of the Curve looks at the symbiotic relationship between legal tech outfits and law school design labs. Plus, NYU Law has put together an open mic night featuring the harrowing tales on in-house lawyers at tech firms.