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    Hunton Promotes 11 Attorneys To Partner

    Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP announced Monday it elevated 11 attorneys to partner, nearly half of them within the firm's corporate practice.

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    DOJ Antitrust Enforcement Vets Jump To Skadden, Foley

    Two veterans of the U.S. Department of Justice's Antitrust Division have headed to private practice in Washington, D.C., with one joining Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom LLP and another leaving the government for Foley & Lardner LLP, the firms said Monday.

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    Fox Rothschild Names 9 New Office, Practice Group Leaders

    Fox Rothschild LLP announced new office managing partners and practice group chairs Monday as part of a leadership rotation at the firm.

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    Littler Adds Longtime Home Builders Association Atty In DC

    Littler Mendelson PC has hired a more than 20-year veteran of the National Association of Home Builders' in-house legal department to bolster its expertise counseling employers on construction liability, regulatory compliance and related matters, the firm recently announced.

  • Justices Won't Hear Atty's Bid To Conflict Out Entire Ill. Bench

    The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to take up the case of a lawyer suspended in Illinois who claimed the state's entire federal judiciary needed to recuse itself from his challenge to Illinois' attorney watchdog.

  • Petition Watch: Off-Label Ads, Retiree Discrimination & PPE

    A Utah attorney has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to determine whether allegedly retaliatory IRS summonses can be quashed, and two former pharmaceutical executives are challenging the constitutionality of their convictions for marketing the off-label use of a drug. Here, Law360 looks at recently filed petitions that you might've missed.

  • Northern Texas Judges Won't Adopt Judge-Shopping Rule

    Judges with the Northern District of Texas have opted not to make any changes to how cases are assigned, despite a recent letter from Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer urging the district to implement an updated policy aiming to prevent litigants from judge shopping, the district's chief judge said Friday.

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    Law360's Legal Lions Of The Week

    The Digital Justice Foundation leads this week's edition of Law360 Legal Lions, after the Tenth Circuit set aside a fair use win for Netflix Inc. in a copyright suit brought by a former zoo employee who livestreamed the funeral of the husband of "Tiger King" star Joe Exotic.

  • Slew Of Briefs To Justices Chide Feds' Spousal Visa Denial

    The U.S. Supreme Court has received a flood of amicus briefs, including from federal lawmakers, former U.S. Department of Homeland Security officials and the American Bar Association, asserting that the government unconstitutionally denied a man's spousal visa application by withholding a detailed explanation.

  • Law360 Pulse Spotlight On Mid-Law Work

    Richards Layton's representation of a former CEO with ties to Donald Trump and Best Best & Krieger's work in securing $156 million in infrastructure funding lead this edition of Law360 Pulse's Spotlight On Mid-Law Work, recapping the top matters for Mid-Law firms from March 15 to 29.

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    Female Bar Presidents On Rising Above Legal Field Barriers

    The National Conference of Bar Presidents recently hosted a webinar titled “Advice From National Women Bar Presidents on Serving the Legal Profession” in honor of Women’s History Month. Read on for advice from three top female legal leaders.

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    Retired Sidley Austin Atty Joins Pharma Group's Case

    A former Sidley Austin LLP attorney said Thursday that he is coming out of retirement to work for a pharmaceutical coalition in its push for protection from anti-kickback restrictions in a federal lawsuit.

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    The Supreme Court's Week: By The Numbers

    The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments in five cases this week, including a highly anticipated one over the fate of medication abortions, and another over when repeat offenders qualify to have their sentences enhanced. Here, Law360 Pulse takes a data-driven dive into the week that was at the U.S. Supreme Court.

  • Morris Manning Forms Cross-Practice AI Group

    Morris Manning & Martin LLP announced Thursday the expansion of its artificial intelligence practice across several of its key service areas, including intellectual property, commercial real estate and employment.

  • Arnall Golden Starts Women-In-Technology Group

    Arnall Golden Gregory LLP launched a new women-in-technology initiative with the addition of recent strategic hires that will serve as a resource to clients who need sophisticated, tech-related guidance.

  • Voir Dire: Law360 Pulse's Weekly Quiz

    The end of March marked another busy week for the legal industry as BigLaw made notable hires and shifted office locations. Test your legal news savvy here with Law360 Pulse’s weekly quiz.

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    O'Hagan Meyer Leaders Talk Bragging About Being Humble

    Law360 Pulse caught up with O'Hagan Meyer founders Charlie Meyer and Kevin O'Hagan to discuss the firm's approach to expansion and how it proudly embraces having a sense of humility as a defining charactertistic.

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    Meet Quinn Emanuel's New DC Co-Managing Partner

    When Meghan McCaffrey first joined Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan LLP in 2014, she'd only been practicing law for a little over five and a half years. A decade later, after being named the co-managing partner of the firm's Washington, D.C., office, she told Law360 Pulse that she's ready for her new leadership position.

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    Littler Announces New Affinity Group Leadership

    Management-side employment firm Littler Mendelson PC announced new co-chairs for its Bollo affinity group serving Black, African American, African and Caribbean attorneys and their allies on Tuesday.

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    Morgan Lewis Accused Of Age, Race Bias By Patent Specialist

    Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP gave preferential treatment to younger white co-workers of a Black patent prosecution specialist, including more overtime and better pay, according to a complaint filed Thursday in Washington, D.C., federal court.

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    FTI Consulting Adds Former Mexican Energy Undersecretary

    FTI Consulting Inc. has hired Mexico's former undersecretary of planning and energy, who joins the firm with over 20 years of experience working with clients on energy regulations, economic and other related industry issues.

  • Disbarring Jeffrey Clark Would Chill Gov't Dialogue, Prof Says

    A Yale Law School professor said Thursday that he does not believe former U.S. Department of Justice attorney Jeffrey Clark should face punishment for advocating to send a letter to Georgia officials purporting to identify significant concerns with the 2020 election, testifying before a Washington, D.C., attorney ethics panel that such discipline would devastate free dialogue within government agencies.

  • AFL-CIO Names Ex-CWA General Counsel For Advocacy Role

    Union federation AFL-CIO announced it has named an experienced attorney who spent nearly 25 years working on government and labor movement matters, including a stint as general counsel with the Communications Workers of America, as its new director of advocacy.

  • SC Can Use Challenged Elections Map Amid Justices' Review

    A federal judicial panel ruled Thursday that South Carolina can conduct its 2024 elections under a congressional map it found unconstitutionally discriminates against Black voters, and which the U.S. Supreme Court is reviewing, saying it's now too late in the election cycle to make changes to the map.

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    In Their Words: Founders On Being A Woman In Legal Tech

    Recently, the legal tech community was rocked by a LinkedIn post detailing sexual harassment claims by anonymous women attending industry conferences. Law360 Pulse spoke with five women founders about their work experiences and finding support from other women in the industry.

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Expert Analysis

  • 4 Ways To Break Down Barriers For Women Of Color In Law Author Photo

    Female lawyers belonging to minority groups continue to be paid less and promoted less than their male counterparts, so law firms and corporate legal departments must stop treating women as a monolithic group and create initiatives that address the unique barriers women of color face, say Daphne Turpin Forbes at Microsoft and Linda Chanow at the Institute for Inclusion in the Legal Profession.

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    We Need More Professional Diversity In The Federal Judiciary Author Photo

    With the current overrepresentation of former corporate lawyers on the federal bench, the Biden administration must prioritize professional diversity in judicial nominations and consider lawyers who have represented workers, consumers and patients, says Navan Ward, president of the American Association for Justice.

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