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By Charles Toutant | July 27, 2021
Sony introduced the Dash in 2010, selling it for $199, but in 2017 it became "bricked," or made obsolete, when the company terminated its functionality with a forced firmware update, the suit claimed.
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By Avalon Zoppo | July 19, 2021
"The intricacy of the SSA's framework for representation of claimants and attorney's fees cannot justify refusing to alleviate the payment barriers, which affect both attorneys who change firms and attorneys who move to government employment— transitions that regularly occur," the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit decision read.
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By P.J. D'Annunzio | July 13, 2021
U.S. District Judge Mark Kearney of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania said the meaning of the word "applicable" was not so cut-and-dried when put in front of "attorney fees."
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By Andrew Goudsward | July 12, 2021
Javier Guzman and Christopher Schroeder have been nominated to lead the DOJ's civil division and Office of Legal Counsel, respectively.
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By Christine Simmons | July 8, 2021
So far, corporate legal department reaction to increased associate salaries have been mixed, with some general counsel and in-house observers calling the pay raises "tone-deaf" or wondering if the pay raises will actually lead to billing rate changes.
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By Tony Williams, Jomati | July 2, 2021
Former Clifford Chance managing partner Tony Williams argues that hikes in junior lawyer salaries is exacerbating mental health issues within law firms.
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By Brenda Sapino Jeffreys | June 29, 2021
The Texas-founded litigation boutique will pay associates in the class of 2020 $210,000 a year, which is $5,000 more than the market rate set by Davis Polk & Wardwell.
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By Andrew Maloney | June 23, 2021
The firm's growth strategy doesn't come without challenges, including keeping up with ever-increasing partner pay trends and pulling away busy talent from other firms, including a San Francisco-based Sidley Austin partner earlier this week.
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By Jaimie B. Field | June 23, 2021
How to motivate attorneys to do rainmaking activities they need to do has become a critical question during the pandemic because the usual avenue that the predominance of attorneys used to build books of business of in-person networking had been eliminated for almost 15 months.
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By Dan Roe | June 23, 2021
Smaller NLJ 500 law firms struggled with inconsistent income and a talent war that commenced in the back half of 2020 and continues today.
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