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Bruce Love

Bruce Love

Bruce Love lives in Washington, DC, and writes about the Beltway legal community and the business of law. Email him news tips at [email protected] and follow him on twitter @loveonlaw.

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October 31, 2022 | The American Lawyer

EY Sets Sights on Growing Legal Services Market Share Post-Split

"Even though the words are sometimes the same as you might hear from a Big Law firm. It is not the same. I promise you," said EY's Nick Bruch.

By Bruce Love

6 minute read

October 28, 2022 | National Law Journal

Midterm Machinations: Law Firms Prepare for the November Congressional Reshuffle

"Congressional or government investigations may heat up or cool down, based on priorities of the new Congress—which may, for example, require us to hire in our white-collar practice."

By Bruce Love

7 minute read

October 27, 2022 | The American Lawyer

Instead of Breaking the Bank to Recruit Legal Talent, EY Banks on 'Better Work Experience'

Global law leader Cornelius Grossmann said EY's new-look legal services business will give them a considerable edge in the war for talent against Big Law.

By Bruce Love

7 minute read

October 26, 2022 | National Law Journal

Ahead of Midterms, K&L Gates Boosts Policy Team With Arrival of Former Senate Finance Committee Chief Counsel

"Mike has been integral to incredibly critical tax, fair trade, and environmental legislation during his various times on The Hill," said K&L Gates' Karishma Page.

By Bruce Love

4 minute read

October 25, 2022 | National Law Journal

Vinson & Elkins Expands Washington Antitrust Practice With Mayer Brown Partner Addition

Vinson & Elkins' Craig Seebald has hinted at further antitrust hires down the road.

By Bruce Love

2 minute read

October 20, 2022 | National Law Journal

Volatile Midterms Prove Lucrative for DC Lobby Shops

Revenue bumps for lobby shops were revealed in documents filed Wednesday as part of the quarterly filing requirements under the federal Lobbying Disclosure Act.

By Bruce Love

5 minute read

October 19, 2022 | National Law Journal

Beltway Hiring Returns to Pre-Pandemic, Nonelection Norms … Almost

So far this year, there have been 234 total lateral moves at Am Law 200 firm offices in D.C., including 31 from the government, and 38% of those moves have been women.

By Bruce Love

4 minute read

October 19, 2022 | National Law Journal

Former Jan. 6 Investigator Rejoins Hunton Andrews Kurth

"There's nothing ... that approaches the volume and pace of the work that we took on as an investigative staff for the Jan. 6 Committee," said Kevin Elliker.

By Bruce Love

4 minute read

October 19, 2022 | The American Lawyer

New Dentons Compliance and Investigations Unit Aims at Traversing Legal and Nonlegal Services

The firm's newly launched business unit seeks to help clients with the "increasingly complex web of criminal and regulatory laws governing multinational corporations," according to co-chair Judith Aron.

By Bruce Love

5 minute read

October 14, 2022 | The American Lawyer

Brown Rudnick's Blueprint to Land Another 100 Lawyers

With a strategic plan in place, Brown Rudnick management is looking to raise its profile across four key service areas, and in the process win new talent as well as new business.

By Bruce Love

7 minute read