Mid-Law

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    Porter Hedges Shifts Leadership To Co-Management Model

    Porter Hedges LLP said Wednesday that it has tapped a firm veteran to share management duties with its longtime leader.

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    Raines Feldman Taps 'Business Divorce' Atty To Lead NY

    The former managing partner of Eisner LLP's New York office is the new head of Raines Feldman LLP's newly launched New York office, the firm announced Tuesday.

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    Nebraska Attys Can Invest In Medical Cannabis, Panel Says

    The Advisory Committee to Nebraska Attorneys has said in an advisory opinion that attorneys there and their spouses can invest in medical cannabis operations in states where cannabis businesses are legal without violating Nebraska's professional code of conduct.

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    Hinckley Allen Unveils Its Next Managing Partner

    Hinckley Allen & Snyder LLP announced Tuesday that Patrick A. Rogers has been elected as the firm's next managing partner and will succeed David J. Rubin on Sept. 1.

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    Allen Matkins Names 4 New Practice Group Leaders

    California-based Allen Matkins Leck Gamble Mallory & Natsis LLP announced that it named four partners as new practice heads, which the firm said was part of its transition to a new generation of leadership.

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    Law Firm Revenue Growth Slows Amid Falling Profits

    Revenue at large and midsize law firms across the U.S. grew just 5.8% during the first half of this year compared to the same six months in 2021 as booming expenses led to falling profits following record gains last year, according to a report from Wells Fargo Private Bank released Tuesday.

  • Judge In Conn. Admonishes Recruiter Suing Robinson & Cole

    A South Dakota-based legal recruiting organization suing Robinson & Cole LLP, alleging breach of contract, was admonished by a Connecticut judge on Monday for asking the court for legal advice.

  • NY Judge OKs $945K Arbitration Award For Ex-CKR Atty

    A New York state judge has signed off on a $945,000 arbitration award that went in favor of a former crypto-focused lawyer and against CKR Law LLP and its managing partner.

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    Mansfield Rule 6.0 Stresses Transparent Path To Leadership

    Law firms participating in the Diversity Lab's Mansfield Rule certification process, which is aimed at improving diversity in leadership within the legal industry, were presented with some heightened standards to certification on Tuesday, including a strong emphasis on transparency in a number of areas that affect promotion.

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    Rimon Hires Its 1st Chief Legal Officer From Sterlington

    For a newly created role, Rimon PC selected a chief legal officer who was previously corporate counsel of alternative legal services provider Sterlington PLLC.

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    How 6 BigLaw Firms Are Making Retention A Priority

    As the hiring wars of 2021 fade into a calmer state of affairs this year, many law firms are shifting some of their focus and resources from hiring to retaining talent. Here, leaders at six large law firms share their 2022 retention strategies.

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    Atkinson Andelson Adds Partner To Calif. Education Law Team

    Atkinson Andelson Loya Ruud & Romo PLC has added the general counsel for Fresno, California's community colleges as a partner in its Northern California education law practice group.

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    Central Pa. Trucking Law Firm Joins With Saxton & Stump

    Marcello & Kivisto LLC, a Central Pennsylvania-based law firm specializing in the trucking industry, has merged with Saxton & Stump, adding three attorneys and a paralegal to the Harrisburg office.

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    4 Questions For Greenspoon Marder Founder On Fla. Growth

    Many of the goals that Greenspoon Marder has been pursuing over the last few years are finally coming to fruition in 2022, allowing the firm to grow both its headcount and revenue.

  • Centene Slams Med. Co.'s Bid For COVID Test Reimbursement

    Insurance giant Centene asked a Connecticut federal court to dismiss a medical provider's suit seeking compensatory damages for alleged failures to reimburse for COVID-19 testing, saying federal laws like the CARES Act did not provide for a private right to sue.

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    Wiggin And Dana Wins Big In Fraud Case Like A 'Movie Script'

    A Wiggin and Dana partner has secured an eye-popping $500 million judgment for a foreign diplomat who was extorted for hundreds of millions of dollars by his ex-wife over nearly five years, according to the court's decision.

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    Threats Over Mar-A-Lago Warrant Not Surprising, Say Judges

    The attacks against U.S. Magistrate Judge Bruce E. Reinhart on social media show that Congress, which has been dragging its feet on legislation to address judicial safety, isn't doing enough, federal judges told Law360 Pulse.

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    Miles & Stockbridge Hires Corporate Finance Atty In VA

    Mid-Atlantic firm Miles & Stockbridge PC announced that it has hired a former McGuireWoods LLP attorney with experience in commercial borrowing and lending as a principal in its Richmond, Virginia, office.

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    Meet Trump's New Hip-Hop Lawyer In Georgia Probe

    Former President Donald Trump is pretty comfortable with lawyers of all stripes. His newest hire for a Georgia probe of election interference is Atlanta attorney Drew Findling, a pro-choice, anti-mass incarceration advocate best known for representing hip-hop luminaries such as Cardi B. Here, Law360 Pulse offers five things to know about Drew Findling.

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    Phelps Dunbar RE Partner Trio Joins Spencer Fane In Tampa

    Spencer Fane LLP has added a trio of partners to its real estate practice group in Tampa, Florida, from Phelps Dunbar LLP.

  • Law360 Pulse's Spotlight On Mid-Law Work

    Shutts & Bowen LLP's handling of a Florida aquarium's $130 million real estate purchase and Burr & Forman LLP's work on behalf of an Alabama name, image likeness collective lead this edition of Law360 Pulse's Spotlight On Mid-Law Work, recapping the top matters for Mid-Law firms from July 29 to Aug. 12.

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    5 BigLaw Firms Recognized For Inclusion Efforts

    An international organization for women in tech, law, intellectual property and policy has named five BigLaw firms to its annual honor roll for their efforts toward inclusion.

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    Merchant & Gould Lands Electrical IP Partner In Minneapolis

    Intellectual property firm Merchant & Gould PC hired a Minneapolis-based patent attorney as a partner in its electrical practice group.

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    The Quiet Power Of Amy Coney Barrett

    She is not the most talkative at oral arguments nor does she write the most opinions, but Justice Amy Coney Barrett is a key player in the U.S. Supreme Court's conservative majority who seems to be in control over the law's rightward push.

  • Voir Dire: Law360 Pulse's Weekly Quiz

    The week in news started with an FBI raid on Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort, followed by a number of other notable legal industry highlights. Test your legal news savvy here with Law360 Pulse’s weekly quiz.

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