Mid-Law

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    Ex-Burns & Levinson Life Sciences Chair Joins Polsinelli

    Polsinelli PC announced that the former life sciences co-chair at New England firm Burns & Levinson LLP has joined its Boston office as a shareholder. 

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    Bressler Switches To Committee Leadership Structure

    Bressler Amery & Ross PC has reshaped its leadership structure and is now headed up by a five-member management committee in charge of the firm's day-to-day operations and long-term strategic planning.

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    Higher Pay Part Of Recruitment 'Wild West' For Del. Firms

    As more Delaware firms increase associate starting salaries to remain competitive, the leader of one of its largest firms likens the current process to recruit top talent as being a bit like the Wild West, saying competition to attract associates is fierce and starting sooner than ever.

  • Conn. Judge In Drug Price-Fixing Suit Reveals Day Pitney Ties

    U.S. District Judge Michael P. Shea of the District of Connecticut said Thursday he will not recuse himself from overseeing state enforcers' price-fixing claims against Sandoz Inc. and other drug companies despite Sandoz's attorneys being from Day Pitney LLP, where he was once a partner.

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    Law Firm Real Estate Report

    Familiar proved preferable for a handful of firms in April, as Lathrop GPM and Haynes and Boone went vertical with their office moves in Boston and San Antonio, respectively, while BakerHostetler and Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman renewed their leases in San Francisco.

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    Hinshaw Grows In LA With McGlinchey, GRSM50 Attys

    Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP has expanded its Los Angeles office with the addition of two partners from Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani LLP and McGlinchey Stafford PLLC, the firm said Thursday.

  • Adams And Reese Hires Environmental Law Head In Alabama

    Adams and Reese LLP has hired a longtime environmental litigator who is joining the firm in Birmingham, Alabama, to lead the environmental team, the firm announced Tuesday.

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    Marshall Dennehey Gains Employment Ace From NJ Boutique

    Marshall Dennehey PC has added an employment law and trial attorney to its Mount Laurel, New Jersey, roster who came aboard from Flahive Mueller LLC.

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    Office Snapshot: Buchalter Grows At Swift Pace In San Diego

    Law360 Pulse takes a look at Buchalter PC's makeover of the firm's San Diego office, where the growth in its attorney roster since the shop opened six years ago has far exceeded expectations.

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    Ex-Sixth Street Counsel Joins Finn Dixon In Connecticut

    Stamford, Connecticut-based Finn Dixon & Herling LLP announced that a former managing director and in-house counsel at the investment firm Sixth Street Partners joined its investment management practice group as a partner.

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    2 More Del. Firms Increase Associate Starting Salary To $210K

    Two of Delaware's largest firms have followed other firms by raising the starting salary for associates to $210,000 as a way of remaining competitive in the state's legal market.

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    Kennedys Insurance Attorneys Jump To Weiss Serota In Miami

    South Florida firm Weiss Serota Helfman Cole & Bierman PL has added a new insurance team at its Miami headquarters, with the addition of a new partner and two of counsel from insurance firm Kennedys.

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    Stradley Ronon Opens Calif. Office With Keesal Young Team

    Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young LLP has opened its first West Coast office with the addition of a 10-attorney team from Keesal Young & Logan, including the former chair of the firm's executive committee, Stradley Ronon said Wednesday.

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    NJ 'Inviting Trouble' Without No-Contact Rule For Pro Se Attys

    New Jersey's decision in March to waive the no-contact rule for attorneys representing themselves pro se has drawn concerns it could open a loophole for abuse in cases that pit attorneys against their former clients.

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    Moye White Closure Reflects Pressure On Midsize Firms

    After Moye White LLP announced its pending closure earlier this month, the firm's former attorneys are moving on to Fennemore Craig PC and other firms amid an increasingly crowded Denver market and rising pressure on midsize firms.

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    The Top Tips Senior Staff Want Junior Associates To Know

    Even as junior associates gain sophisticated legal skills, it’s important for them to also gain practical knowledge related to the inner workings of their law firm. Here, six longtime staff offer their tips to new associates for navigating life in a large law firm like a pro.

  • Ex-Auditor, County Prosecutor Win Pennsylvania AG Primary

    The race for Pennsylvania's next attorney general will pit an academic who was the state's fiscal watchdog against a Navy veteran serving as a county's top prosecutor, early primary election results showed Tuesday evening. 

  • Benesch Adds New Head Of Benefits & Comp Practice

    The leader of Honigman LLP's employee benefits and executive compensation practice has moved to Benesch Friedlander Coplan & Aronoff LLP as the new chair of its equivalent practice group, Benesch announced Monday.

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    McNees Wallace Launches Team For College Sports Deals

    The rapidly evolving landscape and complexities of the increasingly popular name, image and likeness, or NIL, deals in college sports has prompted McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC to form a seven-attorney team dedicated to the fledgling industry.

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    Gunster Appellate Pro Takes Reins Of Jacksonville Office

    The former vice chair of Gunster's business litigation practice who is a seasoned trial and appellate attorney has been tapped to serve as the new managing shareholder of its Jacksonville, Florida, office, the firm announced Tuesday.

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    Approach The Bench: Judge Rosenberg Fosters Young Talent

    Soon after U.S. District Judge Robin Rosenberg of the Southern District of Florida began presiding over her first multidistrict litigation — a case alleging the heartburn medication Zantac caused cancer — she took a novel approach to selecting leadership on the plaintiffs' side.

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    Where Lawyers Stand On Generative AI Tools

    Lawyers are approaching generative artificial intelligence with caution, despite its promised advantages, and the use of legal AI tools is only slowly catching on, according to a new survey.

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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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Expert Analysis

  • 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.

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    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.

  • How To Successfully Market Your Summer Associate Program Author Photo

    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.

  • Keys To Digitizing Inefficient Contract Management Processes Author Photo

    Neville Eisenberg and Mark Grayson at BCLP explain how they sped up contract execution for one client by replacing email with a centralized, digital tool for negotiations and review, and how the principles they adhered to can be helpful for other law firms looking to improve poorly managed contract management processes.

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    Ask A Mentor: How Can Firms Coach Associates Remotely? Author Photo

    Practicing law through virtual platforms will likely persist even after the pandemic, so law firms and senior lawyers should consider refurbishing their associate mentoring programs to facilitate personal connections, professionalism and effective training in a remote environment, says Carol Goodman at Herrick Feinstein.

  • How Law Firms Can Welcome And Celebrate Autistic Lawyers Author Photo

    As the U.S. observes Autism Acceptance Month, autistic attorney Haley Moss describes the societal barriers and stereotypes that keep neurodivergent lawyers from disclosing their disabilities, and how law firms can better accommodate and level the playing field for attorneys whose minds work outside of the prescribed norm.

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