Skadden to Mandate 4 Days in Office
Paul Weiss London Partner Duo Heads to Sidley
'Buy Now, Pay Later' Company Affirm Hit With Shareholder Derivative Suit
ChatGPT Faces a Timeout as Legal Turns Its Attention to More Mature, Legal-Specific AI Tools
'They've Already Had Three Bites': How Many Attempts Does a Prevailing Party Get to Show Citizenship of LLC Members?
"I'm somewhat disappointed from the standpoint that they've had three opportunities to document the citizenship of all of the members of each one of the LLCs—and there's a myriad of them. They've failed to do so to the satisfaction of the court or to us, for that matter," John S. Davagian, II, managing partner of Davagian Grillo & Semple, who represents the plaintiffs, told Law.com.
Australian Government Rolls Out Ethics Clauses for Suppliers, Including Law Firms
Employment Discrimination Law: Proskauer's Keisha-Ann G. Gray on Her New Deskbook from PLI Press
How Will Bankruptcy Courts Shape Crypto Regulation?
Making a Business Case for Contract Technology
'Empty Exercise': Justices Back Appellate Review of Legal Issues Not Relitigated Post Trial
'Say Your Prayers': Meta's $1.3B Fine Might Not Be Last EU Data-Privacy Bombshell
Pressure on Yelp Underscores That Shareholder Activists Are Still Lurking Around Tech
Why Law Firms Should Be Using SIEM Logs to Manage Data Security Threats
CIA Denied Summary Judgment in Fight Over Trump's Declassification of Documents
"The First Circuit has instructed that Exemption 7(A) leaves 'no room for judicial balancing' and if the court concludes the requested documents were compiled for law enforcement purposes, 'the inherent nature of the requested documents is irrelevant to the question of exemption,'" stated Judge Denise J. Casper citing Curran v. Dep't of Just. "The key inquiry, therefore, 'becomes whether revelation of the data will tend to obstruct, impede, or hinder enforcement proceedings.'"
TikTok, Montana Users Launch Separate Free-Speech Suits Less Than a Week After Montana Gov Signs 'TikTok Ban'
Two lawsuits have been lodged in Montana federal court since last week when Montana's governor signed into law what's considered to be the first attempt by a state to fully ban the popular short-video platform: One by Tik Tok itself and another by residents who create Tik Tok videos and often use the app to generate and business.
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner Cuts 47 Staff Globally, Citing Excess Capacity in Secretarial and Administrative Roles
Hourly Rates Are Skyrocketing—and Driving Laterals: The Morning Minute
How I Made Partner: Do Work You Enjoy and Treat Your Fellow Attorneys Like Clients, Says Yisell Rodriguez of Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough
NCBE Releases Content Scope for NextGen Bar Exam
"It is a function of an organization like the National Conference of Bar Examiners, as part of this obligation, frankly, to the jurisdictions that it serves to periodically evaluate its exam product—it's not change for change sake," Missouri Court of Appeals Judge Cynthia L. Martin, chair of the NextGen Implementation Steering Committee, told Law.com.