More than 9,000 attorneys, judges and other legal types will meet in San Francisco for the ABA's 130th annual meeting this week. Besides hosting U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen G. Breyer as the keynote speaker, the organization will take up issues ranging from state secrets privileges to law firms' mandatory retirement policies. The latter issue has received particular attention because of an EEOC action filed against Sidley Austin on behalf of about 30 former partners.
Law Firm Retirement Policies Expected to Be Hot Issue at Annual ABA Meeting
The National Law Journal
August 7, 2007