LAST BUT NOT LEAST - The U.S. Supreme Court today is expected to announce rulings in up to five cases—those that remain from the 2018-2019 term. The justices have on their plates disputes over the Trump administration’s addition of a citizenship question on the 2020 Census and where to draw a line, so to speak, when it comes to how politics influences election-map drawing. The court’s ruling in the census case will be closely watched, as the plaintiffs in a related case prepare to make new arguments in a trial court that the Trump administration violated the law in devising the question.

DIGITAL - Fintech practices are big in Big Law, reports Samantha Stokes. The increased demand for fintech expertise comes from law firm clients in banking and technology companies, and bitcoin, blockchain technology and smartphone payment apps are the reason. Some of the more prominent lateral moves have occurred at Cadwalader; Latham & Watkins; Reed Smith; Hunton Andrews Kurth; and Mayer Brown.

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