Courts3rd Circ. Pick Is Lauded For Keen Mind, Strong Work Ethic
Delaware Supreme Court Justice Tamika R. Montgomery-Reeves, already a trailblazer on two of the state's nationally important courts, possesses many qualities that make her well-suited to serve on the Third Circuit, one of her key mentors and others told Law360 following her nomination Wednesday by President Joe Biden.
CourtsNJ Atty Discipline Declined In 2021, But Disbarments Were Up
The New Jersey Supreme Court's office of attorney discipline brought 30% fewer ethics complaints in 2021 compared to the year prior, reflecting the lingering effects of COVID-19, the court recently announced in a yearly roundup.
Modern LawyerKy. Trial Judge Vacancy Tees Up Likely Biden-McConnell Deal
A Kentucky district judge's plan to take senior status has teed up what could be a bitter showdown over President Joe Biden's potential lifetime appointment of an anti-abortion, conservative Squire Patton Boggs attorney, who is reportedly being backed by Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell.
Modern Lawyer6 Books By Lawyers To Dig Into This Summer
Summer is the season for cracking open a page-turner. Here, Law360 Pulse has rounded up six new books written by lawyers, ranging from legal thrillers to memoirs.
Modern LawyerVoir Dire: Law360 Pulse's Weekly Quiz
In this week’s news, the legal industry saw one large law firm open up an office in Seattle, another appoint a new chair, and a third announce it is going fully remote for the month of August. Test your legal news savvy here with Law360 Pulse’s weekly quiz.
Legal TechLegal Tech Roundup: Claira, MyCase
The investing arm of a big bank backing a second legal technology company this year tops this roundup of recent industry news.
CourtsOhio Supreme Court Declines To Block 6-Week Abortion Ban
Ohio's high court on Friday declined to immediately stop the state from enforcing a Republican-passed law essentially banning abortions after six weeks of pregnancy, rebuffing an initial attempt from clinics to try their arguments in state court following last week's major U.S. Supreme Court ruling.
CourtsJustices To Hear NC Bid To Curb Court Review Of Elections
The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday agreed to entertain oral arguments by a top North Carolina Republican lawmaker seeking to curtail state judicial oversight of federal elections, a move that would give the state's GOP-led legislature significant control over election procedures, including what North Carolina's congressional map will look like.
CourtsSteve Bannon Seeks Delay Of July Trial, Cites Jan. 6 Hearings
Former Trump White House aide Steve Bannon has asked a D.C. federal judge to push back his July contempt trial for refusing to cooperate with the Jan. 6 House select committee, claiming the committee's recent hearings have generated an "unprecedented level of prejudicial pretrial publicity."
Delaware PulsePashman Stein Leaders On New Bankruptcy Team, Del. Office
Pashman Stein Walder Hayden PC recently launched an office in Delaware as a key component of its new bankruptcy practice. Here, firm managing partner and Chair Michael S. Stein and John W. Weiss, chair of the firm’s bankruptcy, restructuring and creditors’ rights practice, tell Law360 Pulse about the strategy behind the firm’s decision to establish a bankruptcy practice and move into Delaware.