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February 08, 2024 | The Legal Intelligencer

Schnader Harrison Faces Class Action Over Allegedly Misappropriated Attorney Compensation

The suit says that income partners and counsel were forced to defer a portion of their annual compensation into the firm's pension plan, despite the pension plan itself not requiring such a contribution, and that money was ultimately commingled with firm operating funds.
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December 13, 2023 | The American Lawyer

Amid Exits, FisherBroyles Develops Profit-Sharing Plan for 2024

The profit-sharing plans of both FisherBroyles and a spinoff firm are a departure from the usual practices of distributed law firms.
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December 08, 2023 |

The Law Firm Disrupted: What's The Path Forward for Distributed Firms?

Attorneys who've already abandoned the brick-and-mortar model are likely committed to their new way of work even with uncertainty facing the most established distributed firm. But most others seem content with hybrid work.
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December 07, 2023 |

Can the Distributed Law Firm Model Still Work?: The Morning Minute

The news and analysis you need to start your day.
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December 06, 2023 | The American Lawyer

Despite FisherBroyles' Departures, Distributed Firm Model Is Here to Stay, Albeit With Modifications

"I give Kevin Broyles and James Fisher full credit for having this vision when they started in 2002," said Grant Walsh, who left FisherBroyles a decade ago to co-found Culhane Meadows, another distributed firm.
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December 01, 2023 | The American Lawyer

FisherBroyles Litigation and Corporate Leaders Depart, Presaging Mass Exodus From Am Law 200's First Distributed Firm

Joel Ferdinand and Michael Pierson, the former global managing partners of the firm's litigation and global corporate practices, have resigned and are planning to launch a new venture. They could be joined by 140 of their former colleagues.
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October 02, 2023 | New York Law Journal

New York State Pay Transparency Law Takes Effect

Pay equality has been an important topic over the last few years, and the drive to correct the systemic suppression of wages for women and minority workers for decades has led to pay transparency laws in several states. New York will now join eight other states in requiring employers to disclose to job applicants how much a position pays.
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September 29, 2023 | Texas Lawyer

Culhane Meadows Eyeing Westward Growth, 'Staying the Course' on Diverse Hiring

Culhane Meadows, a women-owned national full-service firm founded in Dallas, has plans to expand to the West Coast, because many clients have global needs.
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September 17, 2023 | New York Law Journal

Purdue Pharma: Will the Sacklers Get Sacked? Supreme Court Stays Effectiveness of Plan of Reorganization

On Aug. 10, 2023, the U.S. Supreme Court stayed a decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit that held that nonconsensual third-party releases of direct claims against nondebtors are statutorily permitted under sections 105(a) and 1123(b)(6) of the Bankruptcy Code and that the court's case law allows for nonconsensual third-party claim releases in specific circumstances.
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August 04, 2023 | Texas Lawyer

Newsmakers: Former Nebraska Assistant Attorney General Joins Firm

Nachawati Law Group is expanding its public entity representation and mass torts practice group with the addition of veteran trial lawyer and former…
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