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    How Law Firms Can Create Winning Generative AI Policies

    Relatively few firms are encouraging their lawyers to use generative AI, according to a new survey by Law360 Pulse, and many do not seem to have policies about AI use in place.

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    What Lawyers Really Think Of AI

    Most lawyers aren't worried about being replaced by robots, but they are broadly concerned about the accuracy and ethical implications of generative artificial intelligence, a new survey shows.

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    Brownstein Ahead As Lobbying Shops Are Off To Strong Start

    This year has opened with record first-quarter profits for some BigLaw lobbying practices in Washington, D.C., as clients focus on issues such as artificial intelligence regulation and taxes, new figures show.

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    Why A New York Federal Judge 'Loves' Discovery Disputes

    While discovery disputes can be a frustration for many judges and attorneys, U.S. District Judge Denise L. Cote says that she loves them because they teach her a lot about the cases she is overseeing, the parties involved and the attorneys working on them.

  • King & Spalding Adds Kirkland Employment Partner In DC

    King & Spalding LLP is boosting its global employment practice with the addition of a Kirkland & Ellis LLP partner who will be part of her new firm's Washington, D.C., office.

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    Law Firm Billing Rates Rose At 'Record Setting Pace'

    Average law firm partner billing rates rose 5.4% in 2023, higher than any other year in the last decade, with the largest law firms hiking prices the most, according to a report released Tuesday by LexisNexis' CounselLink.

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    Justices Skeptical Staying Arbitration Cases Burdens Courts

    The U.S. Supreme Court tackled Monday whether courts should stay or dismiss suits headed to arbitration, with some justices appearing skeptical of the argument that tossing the suits burdens courts less than pausing litigation.

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    High Court Probes Homeless 'Status' In Camping Ban Suit

    U.S. Supreme Court justices probed the limits of what might be considered criminalizing status amid oral arguments Monday over whether an Oregon city's law banning camping on public property violates the Eighth Amendment's bar on cruel and unusual punishment.

  • DOJ Legal Counsel Must Disclose Interagency Rulings: Judge

    Opinions from the U.S. Department of Justice's Office of Legal Counsel on interagency disputes should be made available for public review, a judge has found, siding with an open government watchdog in a long-running records dispute.

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    Davis Wright Unveils Its Latest Leadership Appointments

    After celebrating a lucrative 2023, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP announced several new additions to its executive committee and practice group leadership Monday.

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    Perkins Coie CFO Jumps To BCLP In Seattle

    Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP has added a top financial executive to its leadership team from Perkins Coie LLP, where he served as chief financial officer for the past seven years, the firm said Monday.

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    DC Boutique's AI Risk Software Is Available On New Platform

    Luminos.Law, a Washington, D.C.-based boutique firm that focuses solely on artificial intelligence risks, has made its custom AI risk software more readily available at a lower cost.

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    Unemployment Rate For Recent Law Grads Improves, ABA Finds

    Fewer recent law school graduates were unemployed in March than in the previous year, as the negative effects of the COVID-19 pandemic further recede into memory, according to data released Monday by the American Bar Association.

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    11 State AGs Urge Senate To Confirm Mangi For 3rd Circ.

    A group of 11 attorneys general is calling on the Senate to confirm Adeel Mangi, nominee for the Third Circuit, who would be the first federal Muslim appellate judge if confirmed, condemning allegations that he is antisemitic or anti-law enforcement.

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    Foley & Lardner Gains Two Perkins Coie IP Partners

    Foley & Lardner LLP has landed two attorneys from Perkins Coie LLP who focus on a range of intellectual property and patent matters and work with clients in the financial technology and software industries, the firm announced Monday.

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    Cozen's Lobbying Shop Hires Arnold & Porter Policy Expert

    Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies has hired a longtime transportation policy expert, who has over 15 years of experience helping clients advocate for improvements to public infrastructure and helping them understand evolving transportation policy, the group announced Monday.

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    Meet Biden's Pick For Director Of National Intelligence's GC

    President Joe Biden last week introduced his pick for the next top lawyer in the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. Here, Law360 Pulse takes a look at John Bradford Wiegmann, a DOJ deputy assistant attorney general for national security with more than 25 years of government experience.

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    Justices To Mull Atty Fees For Preliminary Injunctions

    The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday agreed to hear a case that could determine whether litigants can receive attorney fees for "prevailing" in a case by winning a preliminary injunction, despite never securing a final judgment.

  • High Court Won't Review Texas Mail-In Ballot Age Restriction

    The U.S. Supreme Court refused Monday to review a Texas election law that allows voters 65 and older to use mail-in ballots without an excuse but requires younger voters to prove they won't be able to attend in-person voting, a change residents claimed unconstitutionally limited young peoples' right to vote.

  • Supreme Court Will Hear Feds' Ghost Guns Ban Appeal

    The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to hear an appeal from the federal government seeking to block an injunction excluding two companies from a rule classifying so-called ghost gun kits as firearms.

  • Justices Skip How Mid-Litigation Changes Affect Standing

    The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday left in place a Third Circuit ruling that plaintiffs must reestablish standing when defendants cause circumstances to change mid-litigation, ending a Pennsylvania attorney's challenge to the state's new anti-bias and harassment professional conduct rule.

  • Justices Won't Probe Athlete's Interest In NCAA Eligibility

    The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday left in place a Fourth Circuit decision finding student athletes lack a business or property interest in their eligibility to play on the college level even though they can now be compensated for it.

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    How Attys Are Helping DC Residents Keep Family Homes

    As homeownership rates among Black residents have fallen in the nation's capital, a new initiative aims to provide legal counsel to people living in homes that were passed down through the generations but don't have clear titles.

  • Up Next At High Court: Abortions & Presidential Immunity

    The U.S. Supreme Court will return Monday for the term's final week of oral arguments, during which it will consider several high-stakes disputes, including whether a federal healthcare law can preempt state abortion bans and whether former President Donald Trump is entitled to immunity from criminal charges related to official acts.

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    Crowell & Moring Public Affairs Shop Adds Senior Director

    Crowell & Moring International LLC has continued fortifying its communications capabilities, hiring a senior director with more than three decades of experience providing strategic communications and public and governmental affairs strategies.

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