Mid-Law

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    Taylor English Adds Real Estate, Litigation Attys In Atlanta

    Taylor English Duma LLP has expanded its Atlanta office by adding a former Goodman McGuffey LLP attorney to its real estate practice and the ex-director of risk management and insurance for Northside Hospital to its litigation and dispute resolution group.

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    Ex-Bond Schoeneck Class Action Co-Head Joins FordHarrison

    FordHarrison LLP announced that it hired an experienced employment attorney with over 20 years spent working with a wide range of clients, including Fortune 500 companies, as a partner in its New York office.

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    Benesch Adds Antitrust Partner From Thompson Hine

    Benesch Friedlander Coplan & Aronoff LLP has hired an antitrust- and compliance-focused attorney from Thompson Hine LLP as a partner in its Cleveland office.

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    Titan Of The Plaintiffs Bar: Boies Schiller's Sigrid McCawley

    Sigrid McCawley was barely back from parental leave with her fourth child in February 2015 when she flew to New York City to take on a case that would turn her life upside down, and change the world.

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    Legal Industry Gains Jobs In April Following Downward Trend

    The U.S. legal sector eased back into a positive trajectory in April, with a gain of 3,200 jobs compared with the previous month, according to preliminary data released Friday by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

  • Voir Dire: Law360 Pulse's Weekly Quiz

    This was another action-packed week for the legal industry as a mega-merger went live, three firms opened up offices in Boston and another acquired a Denver boutique. Test your legal news savvy here with Law360 Pulse's weekly quiz.

  • Balch & Bingham Hires Nuclear Regulatory Policy Adviser

    Balch & Bingham LLP has hired a more than 28-year veteran of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, who joins the firm to advise clients on how to navigate the web of regulations and policies governing nuclear energy, the firm announced Thursday.

  • Recent BigLaw Moves Show Boston Is 'Clearly On The Map'

    Three BigLaw firms' recent moves to build out physical footprints in Boston are a testament to the region's thriving technology, healthcare, life sciences and finance industries — a trend that shows no signs of slowing down, experts say.

  • Eckert Seamans Sues For Inclusive Zoning Fight Fees

    Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott says a group representing Pittsburgh-area developers still owes nearly $76,000 in legal fees for the firm's work on a federal suit challenging an "inclusive zoning" ordinance, according to a complaint filed in Pennsylvania state court Thursday.

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    Texas Firms See Big Jump In Revenue Amid Productivity Drop

    Law firm revenue in the Lone Star State was up a whopping 10% during the first quarter of 2024, but sagging demand and growing rosters have likely contributed to a drop in productivity, according to recent survey results. 

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    If High Court Upends Jan. 6 Conviction, What Happens Next?

    If the U.S. Supreme Court decides prosecutors overstepped by charging a rioter who stormed the Capitol with obstruction, the results will likely be mixed for hundreds of other defendants charged with the same crime, particularly those who have been convicted. That post-appeal uncertainty is nothing new, defense attorneys say.

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    Bowman And Brooke Opens In Philly, Adds 12 To US Offices

    National liability defense firm Bowman and Brooke LLP has completed a significant expansion of its footprint this week with the launch of a new Philadelphia office and the addition of 12 attorneys in nine offices.

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    Dilworth Paxson Attys Disciplined Over NJ Eatery Conflict

    Two Dilworth Paxson LLP partners were sanctioned by the New Jersey Supreme Court this week for investing in a restaurant on the campus of The College of New Jersey at the same time they were legally representing another investment group on the project.

  • Moses & Singer, Ex-Partner Settle Pregnancy Bias Suit

    A New York federal judge on Thursday dismissed a lawsuit filed against litigation firm Moses & Singer LLP by a former partner who accused it of wrongfully firing her after she requested workplace accommodations for her pregnancy, saying the parties have reached "a settlement in principle."

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    Revenue, Rates Up Amid Flat Demand At DC Firms

    Revenue was up significantly at Washington, D.C., law firms in the first quarter of 2024, though the growth lagged slightly behind the national average for firms, according to survey results released Thursday.

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    Bressler's Committee Chair Talks Firm's Leadership Revamp

    With the recent creation of a new management committee, Bressler Amery & Ross PC is hoping five minds will be better than just one to lead the growing firm. Law360 Pulse recently caught up with the committee chair to learn more about the new structure.

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    Titan Of The Plaintiffs Bar: Quinn Emanuel's Steig D. Olson

    When Steig D. Olson was about 7 years old, his mother served as a juror in the trial of an Oklahoma man accused of having a gun in a bar, and Olson's parents took him to see part of the trial.

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    Lewis Roca Atty Talks New Role On A Denver Arts Board

    Lewis Roca Rothberger Christie associate Tyler J. Owens recently joined the board of directors for the Colorado Photographic Arts Center, a Denver-based nonprofit that provides photography exhibitions and education.

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    Sills Cummis Adds Pillsbury Atty As Insurance Group Leader

    Sills Cummis & Gross PC has added an experienced insurance attorney from Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP as a leader of two of its insurance groups.

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    Wiggin And Dana Combines With Fla. Trust & Estate Firm

    Wiggin and Dana LLP announced Thursday that it opened up its second Florida shop by combining with trust and estate firm Ellis Law Group in Boca Raton.

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    Holland & Knight Hires Ex-Choate Healthcare Chair In Boston

    Concentrating her practice more on representing healthcare providers spurred the former co-chair of Choate Hall & Stewart LLP's healthcare group to move her practice to Holland & Knight LLP's Boston office.

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    Law Firms See Revenue Soar Amid Rate Hikes

    Law firm revenue soared by 9.5% during the first quarter of 2024, buoyed by a nearly comparable hike in billing rates compared to the similar period in 2023, according to a new report from Wells Fargo's legal specialty group.

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    Holwell Shuster Focuses On Big Cases, Homegrown Talent

    Twelve years after it was founded by former White & Case partners, New York City litigation boutique Holwell Shuster & Goldberg LLP has grown to about 80 attorneys, racked up big trial wins, and stuck with its original strategy of focusing on homegrown talent and complex cases.

  • Kirkland Rips 'Tortured' Theory In Texas Judge Romance Suit

    Kirkland & Ellis LLP's inclusion in a Texas federal suit accusing it of conspiring with Jackson Walker LLP, a disgraced Texas bankruptcy judge and a former Jackson Walker partner who was his romantic partner to oust a CEO is based on "a tortured theory" and "flimsy facts," the firm declared.

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    Sills Cummis Launches 1st Fla. Shop With Longtime Litigator

    Northeastern law firm Sills Cummis & Gross PC has ventured into the Florida market with a new office in West Palm Beach and the addition of a longtime Sunshine State litigator, the firm announced Wednesday.

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Expert Analysis

  • How Women In Law Can Advance Toward Leadership Roles Author Photo

    Female attorneys in leadership roles inspire other women to pursue similar opportunities in a male-dominated field, and for those who aspire to lead, prioritizing collaboration, inclusivity and integrity is key, says Kim Yelkin at Foley & Lardner.

  • The Case That Took Me From Prosecutor To Defense Attorney Author Photo

    Former Assistant U.S. Attorney Moira Penza, now at Wilkinson Stekloff, recalls the challenges of her first case as a civil defense attorney — a multibillion-dollar multidistrict class action against Allergan — and the lessons she learned about building rapport in the courtroom and with co-counsel.

  • The Importance Of Legal Macroeconomics Education For Attys Author Photo

    Most legal professionals lack understanding of the macroeconomic trends unique to the legal industry, like the rising cost of law school and legal services, which contributes to an unfair and inaccessible justice system, so law school courses and continuing legal education requirements in this area are essential, says Bob Glaves at the Chicago Bar Foundation.

  • What ABA Student Well-Being Standards Mean For Law Firms Author Photo

    While the American Bar Association's recent amendments to its law school accreditation standards around student well-being could have gone further, legal industry employers have much to learn from the ABA's move and the well-being movement that continues to gain traction in law schools, says David Jaffe at the American University Washington College of Law.

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    Ask A Mentor: How Do I Build Rapport In New In-House Role? Author Photo

    Tim Parilla at LinkSquares explains how new in-house lawyers can start developing relationships with colleagues both within and outside their legal departments in order to expand their networks, build their brands and carve their paths to leadership positions.

  • What Attys Should Consider Before Taking On Pro Bono Work
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    Piper Hoffman and Will Lowrey at Animal Outlook lay out suggestions for attorneys to maximize the value of their pro bono efforts, from crafting engagement letters to balancing workloads — and they explain how these principles can foster a more rewarding engagement for both lawyers and nonprofits.

  • Opinion

    NY Bar Admission Criminal History Query Is Unjust, Illegal Author Photo

    New York should revise Question 26 on its bar admission application, because requiring students to disclose any prior interaction with the criminal justice system disproportionately affects people of color, who have a history of being overpoliced — and it violates several state laws, says Andrew Brown, president of the New York State Bar Association.

  • 7 Ways Attys Can Improve Their LinkedIn Summaries Author Photo

    Lawyers can use LinkedIn to strengthen their thought leadership position, generate new business, explore career opportunities, and better position themselves and their firms in search results by writing a well-composed, optimized summary that demonstrates their knowledge and experience, says Guy Alvarez at Good2bSocial.

  • How Law Firms And Attys Can Combat Imposter Syndrome Author Photo

    Imposter syndrome is rampant in the legal profession, especially among lawyers from underrepresented backgrounds, leading to missed opportunities and mental health issues — but firms can provide support in numerous ways, and attorneys can use therapeutic strategies to quiet their inner critic, says Helen Pamely at Rosling King.

  • The Law Firm Qualities Partners Seek In Lateral Moves Author Photo

    In 2022, partners considering lateral moves have new priorities, and firms that hope to recruit top talent will need to communicate their strategy for growth, engage on hot issues like origination credit and diversity initiatives, and tailor their integration plans toward expanding partners’ client base, says Gloria Sandrino at Lateral Link.

  • Small Steps Can Help Employers Beat Attorney Burnout Author Photo

    Lawyers are experiencing burnout on a massive, unprecedented scale due to the pandemic, but law firms and institutional players can and should make a difference by focusing on small, practical solutions that protect their attorneys’ most precious personal resource and professional commodity — time, says Chad Sarchio, president of the District of Columbia Bar.

  • The Evolving Role Of The Law Firm Legal Secretary Author Photo

    Technological shifts during the pandemic and beyond should force firms to rethink how legal secretaries can not only better support timekeepers but also participate in elevating client service, bifurcating the role into an administrative support position and a more elevated practice support role, says Lauren Chung at HBR Consulting.

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    Ask A Mentor: How Can I Ace My Upcoming Annual Review? Author Photo

    Jennifer Rakstad at White & Case highlights how associates can emphasize achievements and seek support before, during and after their annual review, despite the pandemic’s negative effects on face time with colleagues and business development opportunities.

  • How Your Law Firm's Brand Can Convey Prestige Author Photo

    In order to be perceived as prestigious by clients and potential recruits, law firms should take their branding efforts beyond designing visual identities and address six key imperatives to differentiate themselves — from identifying intangible core strengths to delivering on promises at every interaction, says Howard Breindel at DeSantis Breindel.

  • How Dynamic Project Management Can Help Law Firms Author Photo

    Law firms looking to streamline matter management should consider tools that offer both employees and clients real-time access to documents, action items, task assignee information and more, overcoming many of the limitations of project communications via email, says Stephen Weyer at Stites & Harbison.

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