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    Latham's AI And Innovation Director On His New Role

    Latham and Watkins LLP recently hired John Scrudato from Gunderson Dettmer Stough Villeneuve Franklin & Hachigian LLP to be its director of artificial intelligence and innovation. Here, Scrudato spoke with Law360 Pulse about what he wants to accomplish in his new job.

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    Sheppard Mullin Healthcare Team Adds Crowell & Moring Atty

    Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP announced the fifth addition to its healthcare industry team this year on Wednesday, welcoming a former Crowell & Moring LLP partner with broad corporate transactional and governance expertise.

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    Akerman Launches New Breed Of Equine Sector Legal Team

    Akerman LLP has formed one of the largest multistate and multidisciplinary legal teams in the equestrian community, the firm said Wednesday.

  • Trump Can't Subpoena Daniels For Alleged Bias In NY Trial

    A New York state judge rejected Donald Trump's "overbroad" subpoena seeking records that the former president said would show bias by adult film star Stormy Daniels ahead of her testimony about an alleged hush money payment in 2016.

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    A Step Ahead: Associates Start Mayer Brown Walking Group

    Two first-year litigation associates at Mayer Brown LLP recently launched an office walking group as a way to reduce burnout. Here, Samantha Bellina and Maura McKeon discuss how the new group has improved their work and personal lives.

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    The Top Tips Senior Staff Want Junior Associates To Know

    Even as junior associates gain sophisticated legal skills, it’s important for them to also gain practical knowledge related to the inner workings of their law firm. Here, six longtime staff offer their tips to new associates for navigating life in a large law firm like a pro.

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    Biden's Latest Judge Picks Include Blocked US Atty Nom

    President Joe Biden announced seven judicial nominee picks on Wednesday, including one for the Northern District of Illinois, which covers Chicago, whom he previously nominated to be U.S. attorney for the district, but has been held up by a Republican senator.

  • Judge Allows $956M Atty Fees In 3M, DuPont PFAS Settlements

    A South Carolina federal judge on Tuesday signed off on attorney fees totaling more than $956 million in settlements with 3M and DuPont over so-called forever chemicals in firefighting foam that contaminated drinking water, saying that another group of lawyers may not have been able to reach the same outcome.

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    Tabloid Made Deal To Save Trump 'Embarrassment,' Jury Told

    A longtime tabloid executive told a Manhattan jury Tuesday that he struck a secret deal with Donald Trump ahead of the 2016 presidential election to plant negative stories about his opponents and suppress salacious stories that could cause his campaign "embarrassment."

  • Benesch Adds New Head Of Benefits & Comp Practice

    The leader of Honigman LLP's employee benefits and executive compensation practice has moved to Benesch Friedlander Coplan & Aronoff LLP as the new chair of its equivalent practice group, Benesch announced Monday.

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    Ex-Facebook GC Earns $7.1M In First Year As Etsy Legal Chief

    Former Facebook general counsel Colin Stretch, who joined online marketplace and e-commerce website Etsy as chief legal officer in February 2023, earned around $7.1 million in total compensation last year, according to a recent U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filing.

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    Womble Bond Names New DEI, Women's Group Leadership

    Womble Bond Dickinson LLP has named new leaders for its diversity, equity and inclusion committee and a new chair for its Women of Womble group, a network of women who support the professional success of Womble Bond's female attorneys, according to a Monday announcement.

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    Proxy Snapshot: Goldman Sachs Group Inc.

    As a sign of the times, Goldman Sachs Group Inc. is facing shareholder resolutions questioning its policies on climate change risk, including one that suggests it is doing too much and others that imply it's doing too little. The resolutions will be voted on at the company's annual meeting Wednesday in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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    Firms Punch Above Their Weight As NY Elite See Disruption

    A handful of large law firms are making plays for big fish lateral hires right now as New York's elite law firms make significant changes to their compensation systems and partnership structures, creating an environment where once-unreachable talent is now on the market.

  • Boies Schiller Attys For Epstein Victims Beat Sanctions Bid

    A New York federal judge on Tuesday evening rejected a request by associates of Jeffrey Epstein to sanction Boies Schiller Flexner LLP's chair and a co-managing partner, while also denying the Boies Schiller attorneys' subsequent motion to sanction the Epstein associates' counsel.

  • 'Nate The Lawyer' Loses NJ Defamation Suit For Good

    YouTube legal livestreamer "Nate the Lawyer" saw his defamation suit against the operator of a social media watchdog account tossed for a final time, after a New Jersey federal judge ruled that he had not shown that any false statements about him were made with reckless disregard for the truth.

  • Coverage Recap: Day 2 Of Trump's NY Hush Money Trial

    Law360 reporters are providing live updates from the Manhattan criminal courthouse as Donald Trump goes on trial for allegedly falsifying business records related to hush money payments ahead of the 2016 election. Here's a full recap from day two.

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    Approach The Bench: Judge Rosenberg Fosters Young Talent

    Soon after U.S. District Judge Robin Rosenberg of the Southern District of Florida began presiding over her first multidistrict litigation — a case alleging the heartburn medication Zantac caused cancer — she took a novel approach to selecting leadership on the plaintiffs' side.

  • Legal Talent Platform Legal.io Opens NYC Office

    In-house legal talent hiring platform Legal.io is opening an office in New York City to better serve existing and new clients in the area, the Silicon Valley-based company said Tuesday.

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    Where Lawyers Stand On Generative AI Tools

    Lawyers are approaching generative artificial intelligence with caution, despite its promised advantages, and the use of legal AI tools is only slowly catching on, according to a new survey.

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    How Law Firms Can Create Winning Generative AI Policies

    Relatively few firms are encouraging their lawyers to use generative AI, according to a new survey by Law360 Pulse, and many do not seem to have policies about AI use in place.

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    What Lawyers Really Think Of AI

    Most lawyers aren't worried about being replaced by robots, but they are broadly concerned about the accuracy and ethical implications of generative artificial intelligence, a new survey shows.

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    Why A New York Federal Judge 'Loves' Discovery Disputes

    While discovery disputes can be a frustration for many judges and attorneys, U.S. District Judge Denise L. Cote says that she loves them because they teach her a lot about the cases she is overseeing, the parties involved and the attorneys working on them.

  • Trump Atty 'Losing Credibility' In Defending Posts, Judge Says

    The New York judge presiding over former President Donald Trump's hush money case on Tuesday gave a harsh appraisal of defense attorney Todd Blanche's attempts to keep his client out of criminal contempt for disparaging witnesses online, saying the lawyer was "losing all credibility" as he argued Trump was "being very careful" with his words.

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    Shearman Hires Weil RE Atty In New York

    Shearman & Sterling LLP has hired a real estate partner in New York from Weil Gotshal & Manges LLP whose practice focuses on advising clients on real estate matters who work in the hospitality, digital infrastructure and a range of other industries, the firm announced Monday.

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