Delaware PulseGreenberg Traurig Atty Joins Global Indemnity's Board
An experienced Greenberg Traurig LLP insurance attorney has joined the board of directors of Global Indemnity Group LLC, a holding company for several insurers including Diamond State Insurance Co. and Penn-America Insurance Co.
In-HouseFortune 500 CLOs Are Usually External Hires, Study Finds
Chief legal officers at Fortune 500 companies are more likely to be brought on from outside the organization than to be appointed from within, a new study that surveyed corporate leadership trends found.
California PulseVoir Dire: Law360 Pulse's Weekly Quiz
The legal industry saw another busy week as firms merged and BigLaw continued to lavish associates with raises and bonuses before the end of the year. Test your legal news savvy here with Law360 Pulse’s weekly quiz.
CourtsDC Circ. Narrows Trump Gag Order
The D.C. Circuit on Friday issued a narrowed gag order restraining Donald Trump's public statements amid his criminal election-interference case after finding a lower court restricted "more protected speech than is necessary."
Legal TechLegal Tech Roundup: Settlement Intelligence, Lexitas
Another artificial intelligence-based platform for legal professionals received funding this week.
CourtsBradley Arant Atty Allegedly Hid Dog Cruelty Charge From Bar
A Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP associate is facing disciplinary charges by the Illinois Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission after he was convicted of hitting his dog and allegedly failing to disclose his record while under consideration for bar admission.
California PulseSheppard Mullin, Herbert Smith Join Associate Bonus Trend
Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP and Herbert Smith Freehills LLP are the latest law firms announcing year-end bonuses for associates and 2024 raises that meet or exceed the scale set by Cravath Swaine & Moore LLP last month.
Mid-LawTexas Group Eyes Non-Atty Ownership For Access To Justice
A group that aims to provide access to justice for low-income Texans this week proposed a pilot program that would allow non-attorney ownership of entities providing legal representation and permit licensed paraprofessionals to offer limited legal services.
DC PulseRobinson & Cole Adds Housing Team From Maryland Firm
Robinson & Cole LLP has hired six lawyers and as many professional staffers from Kearbey Pirulli & Evatt LLC, a firm in Bethesda, Maryland, whose attorneys work with institutional lenders and other housing market participants on affordable housing matters, Robinson & Cole announced Wednesday.
CourtsSupreme Court's Path Puts Precedents At Risk, NJ Panel Says
U.S. Supreme Court decisions over the past year represent a troubling path taken by the justices, with issues such as affirmative action, First Amendment rights and the concept of stare decisis up for debate like never before, according to a New Jersey State Bar Association panel discussion Thursday.