By Jessie Yount | September 5, 2023
Helen B. Kim, a securities litigator with clients in the LNG oil and gas industry, joined Norton Rose Fulbright in Los Angeles.
By Jessie Yount | August 24, 2023
While several West Coast firms have pledged to resist mandates, firms with more disparate preferences within their ranks may be the most challenged to foster some meaningful person-to-person time.
By Alaina Lancaster | July 26, 2023
Judicial candidates can rise to the bench without political connections, but they might need mentorship to help them get there, according to a group of Los Angeles County Superior Court judges.
By Mike Scarcella | May 27, 2021
"Procedure can matter as much as the substance of the claims themselves. No one recognized that more clearly than my dear colleague Ruth Bader Ginsburg," Sotomayor told Yale Law School graduates.
By Ben Feuer and Rex Heinke | April 8, 2021
In our decades of experience working with many in-house counsel on significant appeals for their companies, there are a few realities that they told us they wished they'd known earlier in the litigation process, say Ben Feuer and Rex Heinke of California Appellate Law Group.
By Shari Klevens and Alanna Clair | October 9, 2020
While the hiring process may be unusual this year, attorneys are still looking to switch firms for the same professional and personal reasons that convince attorneys to make a move in any other year, says Denton's Shari L. Klevens and Alanna Clair.
By Julie Q. Brush | May 20, 2020
Join Solutus Legal Search and The Lawyer Whisperer as they speak with Neha Sangwan, M.D. on Navigating Stress & Anxiety Through Challenging Times.
By David Taylor | April 28, 2020
As the public health crisis fuels an economic one, more and more companies find themselves on the brink. Corporate crises bring a barrage of questions. Employees worry about their jobs. Shareholders worry about their investments. Regulators ask whether the company was prepared.
By Gerald Sauer | April 13, 2020
For legal professionals, this new virus has completely rewritten how business is done. Courthouses are closed, office buildings are empty and a lot of things that once were urgent have suddenly been put on indefinite hold.
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Riker Danzig deeply mourns the passing of our esteemed partner, dear friend and beloved colleague, Marc D'Angiolillo.
IN MEMORIAM OUR FRIEND, MENTOR, AND COLLEAGUE It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of our partner, friend, mentor, and colleague Bruce I. Goldstein, on September 2, 2023. The prominent New Jersey trial attorney was 80. In a legal career spanning more than five decades, Bruce was regarded as one of the most talented and sought after litigators in New Jersey. His love for the legal profession was contagious. Bruce will be greatly missed, as will his signature greeting, How you be? and the outsized smile that accompanied it.