Mid-Law

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    Mitchell Silberberg Names DEI, Talent Development Director

    Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp LLP announced Tuesday that it has appointed an experienced civil rights attorney and diversity, equity and inclusion consultant as the firm's first director of DEI and talent development.

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    Cohen Seglias Will Move Pittsburgh Office To Hill District

    Cohen Seglias is moving its Pittsburgh office, which first opened in 2003, to a new space in the newly constructed FNB Financial Center, the firm recently announced.

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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.

  • Smith Gambrell Sued For Keeping $4.6M In Real Estate Row

    Several business entities involved in the failed purchase of a Brooklyn development property contend that Smith Gambrell & Russell LLP is unlawfully refusing to release more than $4.6 million that the firm is holding in escrow, according to a complaint filed in New York state court.

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    By The Numbers: Diversity Of California Attorneys Grows

    Female and minority attorneys have made big gains in California over the past few decades, but white attorneys still make up nearly two-thirds of all lawyers in the highly diverse Golden State, according to a new report by the State Bar of California.

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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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    Berger Montague Gets New Historic Downtown DC Space

    Berger Montague is leasing new office space in downtown Washington, D.C., moving into the historic McLachlen Bank Building blocks away from Capital One Arena and the National Portrait Gallery, the firm announced Monday.

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    Pierson Ferdinand Lands Global Dispute Attys

    Pierson Ferdinand LLP, the breakaway law firm launched by former FisherBroyles LLP attorneys, has picked up a pair of partners experienced in international disputes who will be based in New York, Washington, D.C., and Miami.

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    Experienced Financial Services Atty Joins Armstrong Teasdale

    Armstrong Teasdale LLP announced that the former co-chair of Greensfelder Hemker & Gale PC's financial services industry group joined the firm's securities regulation and litigation practice as a St. Louis-based partner.

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    NJ Courts To Survey Attys' Use Of Generative AI

    New Jersey court officials gave notice to state bar members Monday that they would distribute an anonymous survey to better understand the current use of artificial intelligence within the legal profession.

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    Saxton & Stump Adds Former Troutman Pepper Antitrust Atty

    A commercial litigator specializing in representing clients in antitrust, class action and higher education matters has left Troutman Pepper to join Saxton & Stump's Philadelphia office, according to a Tuesday announcement.

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    Spencer Fane Adds Bowman And Brooke Attys In Ariz., Fla.

    Spencer Fane LLP has grown its litigation and dispute resolution practice group with the addition of two attorneys from Bowman and Brooke LLP, the firm said Tuesday.

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    Approach The Bench: Justice Stewart Blasts Partisan Races

    Ohio Supreme Court Justice Melody Stewart has some choice words for a colleague who chose to challenge her reelection bid rather than run for the seat he occupies now.

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    Exodus From Genova Burns Continues With NJ Firm's Launch

    Several former Genova Burns LLC partners and counsel launched a boutique firm, PEM Law, on Monday, marking the latest in a string of recent high-profile departures from the Newark, New Jersey-based firm.

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    Lowenstein Sandler Hires COO From Goodwin Procter

    Lowenstein Sandler LLP has gained a new chief operating officer with the addition of a corporate legal pro with 25 years in the industry, 10 of which he spent as the COO at Goodwin Procter LLP, the firm announced Monday.

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    Jackson Walker Dismissal Bid Says Atty Lied About Romance

    A former Jackson Walker LLP partner at the center of an ethics scandal over her relationship with a then-Texas bankruptcy judge was dishonest when questioned about the romance, the firm said Friday in seeking to escape a federal racketeering lawsuit.

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    As Gen AI Takes Hold, Law Firms Reassess E-Discovery Tools

    In addition to cost and usability, law firms are adding generative artificial intelligence to the checklist of things to consider when evaluating current and new e-discovery platforms.

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    Foley Hoag Adds Employment Atty To Denver Office

    A former Sherman & Howard LLC attorney advising employers on union organizing campaigns, collective bargaining and unfair labor practice cases is now a Foley Hoag LLP partner in Denver, the firm announced, where he will bring 20-plus years of experience in private practice and as an NLRB attorney.

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    How Attys Won Settlement Over Florida's 'Don't Say Gay' Law

    Kaplan Hecker & Fink LLP and its co-counsel at the National Center for Lesbian Rights zeroed in on the broad and nondescriptive nature of Florida's "Don't Say Gay" law in a roughly two-year legal battle against state officials over the controversial statute and recently won what they hailed as a historic settlement.

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    Women Attys Navigate Shifting Expectations Over Makeup

    Some women attorneys say makeup helps them feel more polished and confident at work, but they acknowledge that the desire to express themselves this way is often dictated by the legal industry's idea of what's appropriate, forcing them to navigate ever-shifting expectations in a field once shaped by men.

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    Seward & Kissel Adds Partner From Covington

    New York-based firm Seward & Kissel LLP has added a partner from Covington & Burling LLP to its global banking and corporate trust practice group.

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    Judges And Law Scholars Divided Over AI Standing Orders

    Several federal judges have issued standing orders blocking or putting guidelines on the use of artificial intelligence over accuracy issues with the technology, but a few legal scholars have raised concerns that the orders might discourage attorneys and self-represented litigants from using AI.

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    Law360's Legal Lions Of The Week

    Weil Gotshal & Manges LLP leads this week's edition of Law360 Legal Lions, after a Second Circuit panel rejected what it characterized as a lower court's "new standard" for so-called patent monopolies.

  • Voir Dire: Law360 Pulse's Weekly Quiz

    The legal industry began spring with a busy week of BigLaw moves as firms expanded practices and shifted headcounts. Test your legal news savvy here with Law360 Pulse’s weekly quiz.

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    Gray Reed's Lobbying Arm Expands With New Austin Office

    Gray Reed Advisory Services, a subsidiary of law firm Gray Reed & McGraw LLP, is growing its government affairs division under the GRPR brand with the addition of Adam Leggett, a former political aide who operated his own Texas public relations firm for the past four years.

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Expert Analysis

  • Successful In-House Alt Legal Services Start With 4 Questions Author Photo

    Law firms that are considering creating an in-house alternative legal service provider should focus not on recapturing revenue otherwise lost to outside vendors, but instead consider how a captive ALSP will better fulfill the needs of their clients and partners, say Beatrice Seravello and Brad Blickstein at Baretz & Brunelle.

  • 3 Reasons To Embrace Jargon In Legal Marketing Content Author Photo

    Ignore what you've been told about jargon — adding insider industry terms to your firm's marketing and business development content can persuade potential clients that you have the specialized knowledge they can trust, says Wayne Pollock at Law Firm Editorial Service.

  • Future Lawyers Expect DEI Commitments Beyond Recruiting Author Photo

    To attract future lawyers from diverse backgrounds, firms must think beyond recruiting efforts, because law students are looking for diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives that invest in employee professional development and engage with students year-round, says Lauren Jackson at Howard University School of Law.

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    Ask A Mentor: How Can Law Students Build Real-World Skills? Author Photo

    Allison Coffin at Akin Gump discusses how summer associates going back to school can continue to develop real-world lawyering skills by leveraging the numerous law school resources that support professional development both inside and outside the classroom.

  • How Firm Leaders Can Build And Sustain Culture Author Photo

    In uncertain and challenging times, law firm leaders can build and sustain culture by focusing attention on mission, values and leadership development, and applying a growth mindset across their firms, says Scott Westfahl at Harvard Law.

  • The Case That Showed Me The Value Of E-Discovery Plans Author Photo

    Robert Keeling at Sidley reflects on leading discovery in the litigation that followed the historic $85 billion AT&T-Time Warner merger and how the case highlighted the importance of having a strategic e-discovery plan in place.

  • Opinion

    CLE Accreditation Should Be Tied To Learning Outcomes Author Photo

    Given the substantial time and money lawyers put toward mandatory continuing legal education, CLE regulators and providers should be held to accreditation standards that assess learning outcomes, similar to those imposed on law schools and continuing medical education providers, says Rima Sirota at Georgetown Law.

  • Why You Should Leverage AI For Privilege Review Author Photo

    While many lawyers still believe that a manual, document-by-document review is the best approach to privilege logging, certain artificial intelligence tools can bolster the traditional review process and make this aspect of electronic document review more efficient, more accurate and less costly, say Laura Riff and Michelle Six at Kirkland.

  • Persuading The Court With Visual Aids In Written Argument Author Photo

    Robert Dubose at Alexander Dubose describes several categories of visuals attorneys can use to make written arguments easier to understand or more persuasive, and provides tips for lawyers unused to working with anything but text.

  • BigLaw Vs. Mid-Law Summer Programs: The Pros And Cons Author Photo

    There are major differences between BigLaw and Mid-Law summer associate programs, and each approach can learn something from the other in terms of structure and scheduling, the on-the-job learning opportunities provided, and the social experiences offered, says Anna Tison at Brooks Pierce.

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    Ask A Mentor: How Do I Take Time Off? Author Photo

    David Kouba at Arnold & Porter discusses how attorneys can prioritize mental health leave and vacation despite work-related barriers to taking time off.

  • Law Firms Must Prioritize Mental Health In Internal Comms Author Photo

    The traditional structure of law firms, with their compartmentalization into silos, is an inherent challenge to mental wellness, so partners and senior lawyers should take steps to construct and disseminate internal action plans and encourage open dialogue, says Elizabeth Ortega at ECO Strategic Communications.

  • Our Current Approach To Trial Advocacy Training Is Lacking Author Photo

    The key to trial advocacy is persuasion, but current training programs focus almost entirely on technique, making it imperative that lawyers are taught to be effective storytellers and to connect with their audiences, says Chris Arledge at Ellis George.

  • How Women In Law Can Advance Toward Leadership Roles Author Photo

    Female attorneys in leadership roles inspire other women to pursue similar opportunities in a male-dominated field, and for those who aspire to lead, prioritizing collaboration, inclusivity and integrity is key, says Kim Yelkin at Foley & Lardner.

  • The Case That Took Me From Prosecutor To Defense Attorney Author Photo

    Former Assistant U.S. Attorney Moira Penza, now at Wilkinson Stekloff, recalls the challenges of her first case as a civil defense attorney — a multibillion-dollar multidistrict class action against Allergan — and the lessons she learned about building rapport in the courtroom and with co-counsel.

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