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June 11, 2024 | New York Law Journal

How Attorney Titles in Big Law Can Mean Everything, and Nothing, All at Once

Getting a title suggests "that the partner, and by extension his or her clients, could be prioritized and important to the firm," noted one recruiter.
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June 10, 2024 | The American Lawyer

How Attorney Titles in Big Law Can Mean Everything, and Nothing, All at Once

Getting a title suggests "that the partner, and by extension his or her clients, could be prioritized and important to the firm," noted one recruiter.
6 minute read
June 07, 2024 | Law.com

Dean Developments: 4 New Law Deans Prepare to Take the Helm, 1 Departs

The latest in law dean and other legal education news from across the U.S.
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Tripathy v. McKoy
Publication Date: 2024-06-06
Practice Area: Civil Rights
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Court: U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
Judge: Circuit Judge Richard J. Sullivan
Attorneys:
For plaintiff: For Plaintiff-Appellant: Sarah M. Sternlieb, Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP, New York, NY.
For defendant: For Defendants-Appellees: Barbara D. Underwood, Solicitor General, Andrea Oser, Deputy Solicitor General, on the brief, Sarah L. Rosenbluth, Assistant Solicitor General, for Letitia James, Attorney General of the State of New York, Albany, NY.
Case number: 23-919

Precedent Bars Inmate's Claims for Damages Under RLUIPA; Immunity Bars §1983 Claim

June 04, 2024 | Law.com

The Americans Are Leaving China in Droves, but Will It Level the Playing Field?

The risks inherent to running a legal business in China now far outweigh China's appeal. But over the past 18 months, no U.K. law firms have exited China, nor have they closed any offices on the mainland.
5 minute read
June 04, 2024 | Law.com

Letter From Asia: The Americans Are Leaving China in Droves, but Will It Level the Playing Field?

The risks inherent to running a legal business in China now far outweigh China's appeal. But over the past 18 months, no U.K. law firms have exited China, nor have they closed any offices on the mainland.
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June 03, 2024 | The American Lawyer

Letter From Asia: The Americans Are Leaving China in Droves, but Will It Level the Playing Field?

The risks inherent to running a legal business in China now far outweigh China's appeal. But over the past 18 months, no U.K. law firms have exited China, nor have they closed any offices on the mainland.
6 minute read
June 03, 2024 | National Law Journal

Quinn Emanuel, Paul Weiss Stock Up on Antitrust Talent in DC

Former FTC general counsel Kevin Arquit joined Quinn Emanuel from meat processing giant JBS, while former DOJ trial attorney Chris Wilson came to Paul Weiss from Gibson Dunn.
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Appellate Division, First Department: June 3, 2024
Publication Date: 2024-06-03
Practice Area: Civil Appeals | Criminal Appeals
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Court: Appellate Division, First Department, Appeals & Motions
Judge: Unsigned
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Case number: DOCKET

Appeals & Motions List released on:May 30, 2024

May 30, 2024 | National Law Journal

The Biden Administration Is Taking Antitrust Seriously. These Law Firms Are Defending Its Biggest Targets

"These are the cases that firms dream about, where they can throw an incredible amount of resources at it, because the stakes are so incredibly high," said law firm recruiter Jeffrey Lowe.
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