Mid-Law

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    Spencer Fane Lures In Big-Name 'Misfits' For Patent Group

    Spencer Fane LLP has spent the past two years building up what it hopes to be a top-tier intellectual property group, pulling together a "band of misfits" from firms like Fish & Richardson PC and McKool Smith, according to the group's co-leader.

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    New Miller Canfield Atty Brings Engineering Past To IP Work

    The latest addition to Miller Canfield Paddock & Stone PLC's office in Grand Rapids, Michigan, is an experienced intellectual property attorney who has spent time as an engineer at Lockheed Martin and Medtronic.

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    Offit Kurman Expands In Philly With Ex-Cozen O'Connor Atty

    Offit Kurman Attorneys At Law expanded its Philadelphia office with the addition of an attorney with more than 40 years of experience representing corporate clients in complex transactions.

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    Lewis Roca Adds CIO With Machine Learning Chops

    Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP has hired a chief information officer to spearhead the advancement of its technology with more than 25 years of industry experience at BigLaw firms.

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    Law360 Names Attys Who Moved Up The Firm Ranks In Q1

    A promotion to partner or election to practice group chair means a slew of new responsibilities and also lots of well-deserved recognition. Law360 reveals the list of attorneys whose commitment to legal excellence earned them highly coveted spots in the law firm leadership ranks. Find out if your old legal friends — or rivals — moved up in the fourth quarter of last year.

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    In-House IBM Atty Rejoins Bass Berry As Gov't Contracts Pro

    A government contracts lawyer has returned to private practice at Bass Berry & Sims PLC after a stint in-house with IBM.

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    LA Investor Sues Greenberg Glusker Over 'Appalling' Filings

    A Los Angeles investor has filed a suit against Greenberg Glusker and two of its partners for allegedly bungling his defense in an underlying suit brought by his stepson, accusing the firm of sharing a draft complaint prior to filing and including inaccuracies and unnecessary personal attacks in another filing, while also pressuring him to accept a bad settlement.

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    NYC Bar Association Elects First Muslim American President

    A partner in the litigation department of Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler LLP was elected president of the New York City Bar Association at its annual meeting, the organization announced Wednesday.

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    Manatt Partner Brings Music Biz Chops To Loeb & Loeb

    A veteran entertainment attorney with over two decades of experience in the entertainment and music industries has joined Loeb & Loeb LLP from Manatt Phelps & Phillips LLP.

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    Longtime Solo Litigator Joins Kelley Kronenberg In Miami

    Kelley Kronenberg announced Tuesday that it has brought on a first-party property insurance defense partner, who spent much of her career running her own firm, to its Miami office, along with five other new attorneys in Florida and Chicago.

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    Prime Healthcare Atty Jumps Back To Genova Burns As Partner

    A former Genova Burns LLC associate has rejoined the firm in New Jersey as a labor and employment partner this week after an in-house stint as associate general counsel for 50,000-employee health system Prime Healthcare, Genova Burns confirmed on Tuesday.

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    Attys With AI Skills Command Pay Bumps In The US, UK

    Lawyer job listings that require artificial intelligence skills carry a wage premium of up to 49% higher in some markets, according to a report released Tuesday.

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    Strategic Hiring Was The New Normal For BigLaw In 2023

    The 400 largest law firms by headcount in the U.S. grew more slowly in 2023 than in the previous two years, while Kirkland & Ellis LLP surpassed the 3,000-attorney threshold, according to the latest Law360 ranking.

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    The Law360 400: Tracking The Largest US Law Firms

    The legal market expanded more tentatively in 2023 than in previous years amid a slowdown in demand for legal services, especially in transactions, an area that has been sluggish but is expected to quicken in the near future.

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    Winstead Adds Cyber Pro In Texas From Michael Best

    Winstead PC has strengthened the firm's cybersecurity practice with the addition in its Austin, Texas, office of an experienced data privacy attorney who previously was with Michael Best & Friedrich LLP.

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    ABA's Education Section Endorses Alternative Atty Licensing

    The American Bar Association's national accrediting arm for law degree programs announced during a council meeting Friday the adoption of a report that effectively recognizes alternative methods of attorney licensing outside the bar exam.

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    Courts' 'Wait And See' On Deepfake Rule Gets Mixed Reviews

    A new evidentiary rule for dealing with artificial intelligence-generated deepfakes is unnecessary right now, according to a federal judiciary committee, but the courts' "wait and see" approach may be too cautious, some experts told Law360 Monday.

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    Snell & Wilmer Lands Hahn Loeser Employment Pro In Calif.

    Snell & Wilmer LLP has added a Hahn Loeser & Parks LLP partner in San Diego, strengthening its labor and employment practice.

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    New Alvarez & Marsal Service Offers Back Office Outsourcing

    Professional services firm Alvarez & Marsal announced Monday the launch of a new outsourcing service, offering law firms management and consulting services to address "back-office functions."

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    This New Michael Best Atty Chose A 'Strange Detour' Into HR

    Michael Best has hired a former in-house lawyer, who also spent several years focusing on human resources, to join its privacy and cybersecurity practice. Here, Sam Facey explained to Law360 Pulse why he thought focusing on HR for some time would make him a better attorney.

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    Quarles & Brady IP Vet Jumps To Reinhart Boerner In Wis.

    Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren SC has boosted its intellectual property team with a new shareholder who spent nearly 18 years with Quarles & Brady LLP.

  • McElroy Deutsch Says Ex-Exec's Guilt Boosts Home Claim

    McElroy Deutsch Mulvaney & Carpenter LLP doubled down on its attempt to seize the home of two former firm executives following a guilty plea on criminal embezzlement charges earlier this month by one of them, the firm's former chief financial officer.

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    Top White And Williams Litigator Joins Buchanan Ingersoll

    The former co-chair of White and Williams LLP's commercial litigation practice group has joined Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC's Philadelphia office, the firm announced Monday.

  • NJ Atty Escapes Malpractice Suit Over UPS Bias Suit

    A New Jersey state appeals court on Friday refused to revive a legal malpractice lawsuit from a UPS driver alleging his ex-lawyer did not disclose his working relationship with Day Pitney LLP, the firm that represented the delivery company in the driver's underlying racial discrimination suit.

  • Hinshaw Bolsters Healthcare Team In NY With New Partner

    Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP has added a healthcare-focused partner from New York healthcare and business firm Weiss Zarett Brofman Sonnenklar & Levy PC.

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Expert Analysis

  • Opinion

    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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    Ask A Mentor: How Do I Retire Without Creating Chaos? Author Photo

    Retired attorney Vernon Winters explains how lawyers can thoughtfully transition into retirement while protecting their firms’ interests and allaying clients' fears, with varying approaches that turn on the nature of one's practice, client relationships and law firm management.

  • Why I Went From Litigator To Law Firm Diversity Officer Author Photo

    Narges Kakalia at Mintz recounts her journey from litigation partner to director of diversity, equity and inclusion at the firm, explaining how the challenges she faced as a female lawyer of color shaped her transition and why attorneys’ unique skill sets make them well suited for diversity leadership roles.

  • For Asian American Lawyers, Good Mentorship Is Crucial Author Photo

    Navigating the legal world as an Asian American lawyer comes with unique challenges — from cultural stereotypes to a perceived lack of leadership skills — but finding good mentors and treating mentorship as a two-way street can help junior lawyers overcome some of the hurdles and excel, say attorneys at Paul Weiss.

  • Coping With Secondary Trauma From Pro Bono Work Author Photo

    As the need for pro bono services continues to grow in tandem with the pandemic, attorneys should assess their mental well-being and look for symptoms of secondary traumatic stress, while law firms must carefully manage their public service programs and provide robust mental health services to employees, says William Silverman at Proskauer.

  • Modernizing Legal Education Through Hybrid JD Programs Author Photo

    Amid pandemic-era shifts in education, law schools and other stakeholders should consider the wide geographic and demographic reach of Juris Doctor programs with both online and in-person learning options, and educators should think through the various ways hybrid programs can be structured, says Stephen Burnett at All Campus.

  • How BigLaw Can Mirror Small Firm Attorney Engagement Author Photo

    BigLaw has the unique opportunity to hit refresh post-pandemic and enhance attorney satisfaction by adopting practices that smaller firms naturally employ — including work assignment policies that can provide junior attorneys steady professional development, says Michelle Genet Bernstein at Mark Migdal.

  • Ditch The Annual Review To Boost Attorney Job Satisfaction Author Photo

    In order to attract and retain the rising millennial generation's star talent, law firms should break free of the annual review system and train lawyers of all seniority levels to solicit and share frequent and informal feedback, says Betsy Miller at Cohen Milstein.

  • How Attorneys Can Narrow LGBTQ Gap In The Judiciary Author Photo

    Lawyers can take several steps to redress the lack of adequate LGBTQ representation on the bench and its devastating impact on litigants and counsel in the community, says Janice Grubin, co-chair of the Judiciary Committee at the LGBT Bar Association of Greater New York.

  • Employers Must Heed Rising Attorney Stress And Alcohol Use Author Photo

    Krill Strategies’ Patrick Krill, who co-authored a new study that revealed alarming levels of stress, hazardous drinking and associated gender disparities among practicing attorneys, highlights how legal employers can confront the underlying risk factors as both warnings and opportunities in the post-COVID-19 era.

  • Lawyers Can Get Ready For Space Law To Take Flight Author Photo

    While international agreements for space law have remained relatively unchanged since their creation decades ago, the rapid pace of change in U.S. laws and policies is creating opportunities for both new and veteran lawyers looking to break into this exciting realm, in either the private sector or government, says Michael Dodge at the University of North Dakota.

  • Series

    Ask A Mentor: What Makes A Successful Summer Associate? Author Photo

    Navigating a few densely packed weeks at a law firm can be daunting for summer associates, but those who are prepared to seize opportunities and not afraid to ask questions will be set up for success, says Julie Crisp at Latham.

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    Law firms can attract the right summer associate candidates and help students see what makes a program unique by using carefully crafted messaging and choosing the best ambassadors to deliver it, says Tamara McClatchey, director of career services at the University of Chicago Law School.

  • Opinion

    Judges Deserve Congress' Commitment To Their Safety Author Photo

    Following the tragic attack on U.S. District Judge Esther Salas' family last summer and amid rising threats against the judiciary, legislation protecting federal judges' personal information and enhancing security measures at courthouses is urgently needed, says U.S. District Judge Roslynn Mauskopf, director of the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts.

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    Ask A Mentor: How Can Recalcitrant Attys Use Social Media? Author Photo

    Social media can be intimidating for reluctant lawyers but it can also be richly rewarding, as long as attorneys remember that professional accounts will always reflect on their firms and colleagues, and follow some best practices to avoid embarrassment, says Sean Marotta at Hogan Lovells.

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