"One of the things that corporate clients can do is say that they want to understand that [the origination credit]," Aviva Will, co-chief operating officer at Burford Capital in New York, said. "Is it the woman who was actually doing the work on it, or is it the relationship partner who doesn't actually do my work?"
California's Northern District Pushes Criminal Jury Trials Until July, Civil Jury Trials Until October
The court announced Thursday morning that any new criminal jury trials set before June 30 and new civil jury trials set before Sept. 30 will be postponed or vacated due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Individual judges, however, may offer bench trials by videoconference under a newly amended general order.
Inside Track: In-Person Events Are Essential to the In-House Community, and Coronavirus Will Impact Future Attendance
The Association of Corporate Counsel released results to a flash survey this week on when its in-house counsel members will be ready to attend in-person events again, and it looks like the COVID-19 pandemic may decrease attendance numbers for awhile. Also, the former general counsel of Salary.com talks about trying to find opportunities after being laid off earlier this month.