By Abigail Adcox | November 28, 2023
Big Law white-collar defense groups are busy. Is enforcement rising or are clients just more proactive?
By Justin Henry | November 27, 2023
"Firms open there, not because they want to tap into a certain geographic community but because partners want to live there," Holland & Knight managing partner Steven Sonberg said.
By Amanda O'Brien | November 20, 2023
"Gross revenue was up 4.5%—even though rates did contribute to that, overall demand was worse," Wells Fargo's Owen Burman said of the Q3 results of six Philadelphia-based firms surveyed by the bank. "In order to have revenue be around the same point, they've basically collected better at this point in the year than other firms have."
By Amanda O'Brien | November 17, 2023
Michael Pansini's widow entrusted attorney David Pizzica to take the reins at Pansini Law Group. The firm has retained all 10 of its employees.
By Aleeza Furman | November 17, 2023
"We're trying to take the soonest trial dates as soon as we get them and worry about how to cover it when we get there," Joseph Messa Jr., founder of personal injury firm Messa & Associates, said.
By Justin Henry | November 16, 2023
"For purposes of accuracy and analysis, it would make things much more clear to the market if there were three tiers: income partner, hybrid and full equity," says one recruiter.
By Jessie Yount | November 13, 2023
AI isn't the first technology to disrupt the legal industry, but it's driving a faster pace of change and altering the law firm-legal department relationship, legal analysts report.
By Amanda O'Brien | November 10, 2023
While a majority of general training is conducted virtually, in-person mock trial activities are a common thread between the training regimens at Duane Morris, Fox Rothschild, and Blank Rome.
By Andrew Maloney | Chris O'Malley | November 10, 2023
Some GCs are voicing concerns about further rate hikes after associate pay raises. But Milbank's chair said the salary raises wouldn't have a material effect on its billing rate decisions in the future.
By Amanda O'Brien | November 9, 2023
Leaders are hopeful Mayor-elect Cherelle Parker will serve as a "cheerleader" who can help people feel more comfortable in Center City, helping with their own efforts to bring personnel back to the office.
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