CourtsWDTX Judge Albright Touts Revamped Courtroom Tech
Western District of Texas Judge Alan D. Albright says he made huge upgrades to technology in his Waco courtroom ahead of the trial he's currently presiding over, a computer chip patent dispute between patent holder VLSI Technology LLC and Intel Corp.
California PulseFoley & Lardner Chair On Firm's Northern Calif. Expansion
Foley & Lardner announced Thursday that it secured a team of lawyers, including former DLA Piper rainmaker Louis Lehot and three other partners, to fill out its California corporate practice. Here, Law360 Pulse talks with Foley Chairman and CEO Jay Rothman about what the expansion means for the firm.
In-HouseWhy GCs Face More Scrutiny On Climate Risk Disclosures
The decision by federal regulators to scrutinize company disclosures about climate change risks more closely will increase the pressure on general counsel and their companies related to environmental issues, according to Stanford University law and business professor Joseph Grundfest.
California PulseCalifornia's July Bar Exam Goes Remote Again
The California State Bar's next exam in July will again take place online, the California Supreme Court ordered on Friday afternoon.
Modern LawyerSchiff Hardin Taps Longtime Torts Atty As Managing Partner
Schiff Hardin LLP has elected a leader of its product liability and torts practice to serve as managing partner, the firm announced Friday.
Modern LawyerLegal Tech Roundup: IBM, Evisort, InCloudCounsel
As more companies made inroads in legal technology in February, one major tech giant exited the space, and a contract management solutions provider announced a sizable funding round. Here's a roundup of the biggest legal tech news from late February.
Modern LawyerKing & Spalding Opens Global Human Capital Practice
King & Spalding announced Thursday it launched a new global human capital and compliance practice to help its major multinational clients with workforce issues.
Daily LitigationSeinfeld Wins Legal Fees After Beating 'Comedians' Case
Jerry Seinfeld is entitled to be reimbursed for legal bills he spent fending off a copyright lawsuit over "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee," a federal judge ruled Friday, saying courts need to deter future accusers from filing such "opportunistic" cases.
Modern LawyerFox Rothschild, DLA Piper To Face Ponzi Claims In State Court
A California federal court has approved the voluntary dismissal of a suit accusing a former DLA Piper and Fox Rothschild LLP attorney and the firms of involvement in a $170 million real estate Ponzi scheme, allowing the plaintiff — a receiver appointed to represent investors — to pursue the claims in state court instead.
CourtsMeet The Attys Pressing The Ahmaud Arbery Case In Court
The mother of an unarmed Black Georgia man who was killed last February while jogging sued former and current prosecutors and others over conspiracy and wrongful death claims. Here Law360 Pulse takes a look at the allegations and the attorneys who filed the suit.