Georgia Pulse

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    Swift Currie Brings On 2 Senior Attys, 4 Associates In Atlanta

    Swift Currie McGhee & Hiers LLP announced a slate of six new senior attorneys and associates joining the firm in Atlanta this week, building the firm's capacities in workers' compensation, commercial litigation and insurance law.

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    Law360's Legal Lions Of The Week

    The Digital Justice Foundation leads this week's edition of Law360 Legal Lions, after the Tenth Circuit set aside a fair use win for Netflix Inc. in a copyright suit brought by a former zoo employee who livestreamed the funeral of the husband of "Tiger King" star Joe Exotic.

  • Law360 Pulse Spotlight On Mid-Law Work

    Richards Layton's representation of a former CEO with ties to Donald Trump and Best Best & Krieger's work in securing $156 million in infrastructure funding lead this edition of Law360 Pulse's Spotlight On Mid-Law Work, recapping the top matters for Mid-Law firms from March 15 to 29.

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    Female Bar Presidents On Rising Above Legal Field Barriers

    The National Conference of Bar Presidents recently hosted a webinar titled “Advice From National Women Bar Presidents on Serving the Legal Profession” in honor of Women’s History Month. Read on for advice from three top female legal leaders.

  • Morris Manning Forms Cross-Practice AI Group

    Morris Manning & Martin LLP announced Thursday the expansion of its artificial intelligence practice across several of its key service areas, including intellectual property, commercial real estate and employment.

  • Arnall Golden Starts Women-In-Technology Group

    Arnall Golden Gregory LLP launched a new women-in-technology initiative with the addition of recent strategic hires that will serve as a resource to clients who need sophisticated, tech-related guidance.

  • Voir Dire: Law360 Pulse's Weekly Quiz

    The end of March marked another busy week for the legal industry as BigLaw made notable hires and shifted office locations. Test your legal news savvy here with Law360 Pulse’s weekly quiz.

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    O'Hagan Meyer Leaders Talk Bragging About Being Humble

    Law360 Pulse caught up with O'Hagan Meyer founders Charlie Meyer and Kevin O'Hagan to discuss the firm's approach to expansion and how it proudly embraces having a sense of humility as a defining charactertistic.

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    Ga. Bill Aims To Protect Judges Even As Security Gap Lingers

    Georgia is poised to join the federal government and a growing number of states in seeking to protect judges with a new legislative proposal that would restrict the disclosure of their personal information, though supporters acknowledge it shouldn't stand alone as a security measure.

  • Ga. Slams Trump's Speech Claims As Bid To 'Rewrite' Case

    An effort by former President Donald Trump to have his Georgia election interference charges tossed on First Amendment grounds is little more than "an attempt to rewrite the indictment" away from the criminal conspiracy behind his false claims about the 2020 election, prosecutors told a Fulton County judge Thursday.

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    Littler Announces New Affinity Group Leadership

    Management-side employment firm Littler Mendelson PC announced new co-chairs for its Bollo affinity group serving Black, African American, African and Caribbean attorneys and their allies on Tuesday.

  • Greenberg Traurig Investment Pros Join DLA Piper In Ga., Fla.

    DLA Piper announced Thursday that it has expanded its investment funds practice with three former Greenberg Traurig LLP attorneys, including a partner and of counsel in Atlanta and a senior attorney in Miami.

  • Disbarring Jeffrey Clark Would Chill Gov't Dialogue, Prof Says

    A Yale Law School professor said Thursday that he does not believe former U.S. Department of Justice attorney Jeffrey Clark should face punishment for advocating to send a letter to Georgia officials purporting to identify significant concerns with the 2020 election, testifying before a Washington, D.C., attorney ethics panel that such discipline would devastate free dialogue within government agencies.

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    Former Prosecutors Among 4 Georgia Judicial Appointments

    Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp announced on Wednesday that he had named a district attorney to serve as a superior court judge, a senior assistant district attorney to serve as a state court judge, and one judge each to the jury division and traffic division in DeKalb County.

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    In Their Words: Founders On Being A Woman In Legal Tech

    Recently, the legal tech community was rocked by a LinkedIn post detailing sexual harassment claims by anonymous women attending industry conferences. Law360 Pulse spoke with five women founders about their work experiences and finding support from other women in the industry.

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    Fired Alston & Bird Aide Fights Arbitration Of Vax Claims

    An Alston & Bird LLP staffer fired after refusing to get vaccinated for COVID-19 told a Georgia federal court that it should refuse to force her discrimination suit into arbitration, since her employment contract was not a matter of interstate commerce.

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    Law Firm Real Estate Report

    Recent announcements from Sidley Austin LLP and Cohen Seglias Pallas Greenhall & Furman PC about plans to move their offices in Dallas and Pittsburgh, respectively, were among the biggest real estate moves for law firms in March.

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    How GCs Can Leverage AI And Mitigate Risks

    Experts at a cybersecurity summit for in-house counsel this week agreed that the best governance strategies for using artificial intelligence should balance the company's business and ethical culture with its tolerance for risk.

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    BigLaw Is Greater Part Of Litigation Funding Industry 'In Flux'

    The litigation funding industry is entering an era of "consolidation" and "shakeout" after years of rapid growth, exemplified by the fact that BigLaw firms made up a bigger slice of the industry's customer base than ever last year, even as the total value of new deals fell, according to a new report.

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    Lateral Hiring Plummets As Post-COVID Talent Wars Cease

    Lateral lawyer hiring plummeted 35% overall in 2023 — marking the second consecutive annual decline and the softest market in 13 years, according to a report released Wednesday by the National Association for Law Placement.

  • Rosen Tells Ethics Panel Jeffrey Clark Was 'Out Of Bounds'

    Former acting U.S. Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen testified Wednesday that his onetime subordinate, former U.S. Department of Justice attorney Jeffrey Clark, went far beyond the scope of his duties in the final days of the Trump administration, as Clark faces disciplinary charges from a Washington, D.C., attorney ethics panel.

  • Atlanta Firm Wins Fees In Bias Case Over 'Torrent' Of Abuse

    A Georgia federal judge awarded more than $165,000 in attorney fees and more than $33,000 in lost pay to a Black woman who was awarded nearly $3.5 million at trial in November after suffering on-the-job racial and sexual discrimination, harassment and retaliation.

  • Atlanta Immigration Firm Accused Of Not Paying Paralegal OT

    An Atlanta immigration law firm is facing a lawsuit in Georgia federal court from a paralegal who says he was misclassified as an independent contractor and denied overtime pay, despite routinely working upward of 40 hours per week.

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    How Senior Associates Can Build Their Books Of Business

    As associates grow into their positions, there can come a point at which they realize that mastering the art of the legal brief or the deposition is not enough: They also need to learn how to attract and retain clients.

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    Associates Help Ga. Prisoner Beat The Odds In Court

    When a team of mostly associates at Kirkland & Ellis LLP and Bondurant Mixson & Elmore LLP took on the civil case of a Georgia prisoner who had developed stage 4 hepatitis C as he waited five years for prescribed treatment, they expected they'd have their work cut out for them.

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