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    By The Numbers: Why Associates Stay At Their Firms

    After a flood of associates left their firms in search of greener pastures as part of the "talent wars" of the early 2020s, the National Association for Law Placement wanted to know what made other early-career attorneys decide instead to stay put. Here, Law360 Pulse takes a look at how compensation, work-life balance, and a dozen other factors helped play a role.

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    Military Spouses Are Untapped Pool Of Attorney Talent

    Service members' spouses in the legal profession present a massive well of untapped talent, though balancing a law career with their families' service to the country can be challenging, attorneys working in and with this community tell Law360 Pulse.

  • Voir Dire: Law360 Pulse's Weekly Quiz

    The legal industry marked the beginning of March with another busy week as BigLaw firms made new hires and adjusted their practices.

  • Chemours Internal Review Reveals Violations By Top Execs

    Chemical giant Chemours announced on Wednesday that an internal investigation revealed that three executives engaged in unethical financial practices to boost their incentive compensation.

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    Del.'s Corp. Law Dominance A Hot Topic At Tulane Conference

    Whether Delaware will continue to be where many companies choose to incorporate and its courts will remain the go-to venue for deciding high-stakes business disputes was a hot topic of conversation as Tulane Law School commenced its annual Corporate Law Institute on Thursday.

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    Meet The Attys Repping Juniper Investor In Suit Over HPE Sale

    Attorneys from Weiss Law LLP and Bielli & Klauder LLC are representing a Juniper Networks Inc. investor who alleges leaders of the artificial intelligence networking platform have withheld material information about the company's $14 billion acquisition by Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co.

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    And The Oscars' Legal Questions Go To ... John Quinn

    When he was the general counsel to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Quinn Emanuel founding partner John Quinn attended the Oscars dozens of times, and he did so with a copy of the broadcast network contract tucked into his tuxedo pocket.

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    Equity Concerns Follow Mass Torts' March Into Bankruptcy

    After decades of suffering and waiting, a group of more than 82,000 childhood sexual abuse survivors recently reached a $2.5 billion bankruptcy settlement with the Boy Scouts of America and related groups. Yet the survivors may once again be in suspense.

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    GCs See Data Privacy, ESG As Growing Risk Areas For 2024

    While regulatory compliance remains top of mind for chief legal officers, data privacy, and environmental, social and governance have entered the conversation as leading risks for legal department leaders, according to the results of a new survey.

  • Latham Passes Skadden As Busiest Securities Defense Firm

    Despite a downward trend in securities case filings over the past three years, Latham & Watkins LLP has remained one of the most active law firms on the defense side, taking over the top spot from Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom LLP, according to reports released by Lex Machina.

  • Epic Tesla Fee Bid May Blaze Extraordinary Chancery Path

    An unprecedented $5 billion-plus stock-based fee award sought by class attorneys who recently short-circuited Tesla CEO Elon Musk's 12-step, $51 billion compensation package has set up an equally unprecedented test for Delaware Court of Chancery fee guidelines and a potential award one law expert described as "dynastic wealth."

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    The Firms Charging Into Secondary Cities As BigLaw Retreats

    While top-tier firms have recently tapered their migration to secondary legal markets, firm leaders and recruiters say these locations continue to hold appeal for midtier firms, citing advantages such as lower expenses and competitive billing rates.

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    Where E-Discovery Generative AI Efforts Currently Stand

    More e-discovery companies are announcing new capabilities that harness the power of generative artificial intelligence, but I'm hearing confusion among some law firm leaders about the immediate availability of the tools in a more crowded legal tech market.

  • Terraform Says Creditors Sabotaging Dentons Retention

    A Delaware bankruptcy judge on Tuesday allowed Terraform Labs unsecured creditors time to catch up on a dispute over the debtor's Denton's retention, a request Terraform dubbed "sabotage" of its defense in an upcoming $40 billion securities fraud trial.

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    MG+M Opens In NJ, Adds 4-Atty Team From McElroy Deutsch

    Manning Gross & Massenburg LLP announced Tuesday that it has launched an office in northern New Jersey and brought on a team of four attorneys who came aboard from McElroy Deutsch Mulvaney & Carpenter LLP.

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    Tully Rinckey's Atty Contracts Offer Warning To Other Firms

    The ongoing disciplinary case against the founders of Tully Rinckey PLLC over restrictions the firm placed on departing attorneys is an unusual one, but experts say it's still an important reminder for lawyers to be mindful of the ethical considerations of their employment agreements.

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    Fish & Richardson Leader On Thriving During Pandemic

    Fish & Richardson PC announced Monday that it had reelected president and CEO John Adkisson to a second term. Here, Adkisson talks to Law360 Pulse about navigating the firm through the pandemic with record profits and his goals for the next four years.

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    The Most Notable Numbers For 2024 Mid-Law Promotions

    Partnership promotions among Mid-Law firms ticked downward during the 2024 promotion cycle, with average class sizes falling below five partners, based on an analysis of announcements from mid-size and regional firms.

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    Southeast, Michigan Highlight Mid-Law Partner Promotions

    A survey by Law360 Pulse of Mid-Law partner promotion class announcements shows Southeastern markets like Alabama, Georgia and the Carolinas started 2024 with heavy growth, while Michigan-based firms saw a substantial increase from previous years.

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    Number Of Women In Mid-Law Partner Classes Stays Stagnant

    The percentage of female attorneys in this year's partnership classes among Mid-Law firms remained constant, with experts saying that although midsize and regional firms tend to do better than their BigLaw cousins, work remains to be done if firms are to reach gender parity among their partner ranks.

  • $22M Deal Proposed In Golden Nugget-DraftKings Merger Suit

    Golden Nugget Online Gaming Inc. and public stockholders who challenged the venture's $1.56 billion all-stock sale to DraftKings Inc. in Delaware's Court of Chancery have agreed to settle the case for $22 million, with up to 23% reserved for class attorneys.

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    'Bright Line' Recusal Rule May Be Challenging To Fed. Judges

    A new ethics opinion clarifying when federal judges should step aside from cases when they own stock in a party's parent company is a positive step toward transparency, but it also creates a lot of work for judges and may not have much practical impact, according to experts.

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    Fish & Richardson Reelects CEO To 2nd Term

    Global intellectual property law firm Fish & Richardson PC announced Monday that John Adkisson had been reelected to serve a second four-year term as president and CEO.

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    Tesla Stock For Fees? Attys Who Got Musk's Pay Cut Say Yes

    The lawyers who convinced the Delaware Chancery Court to scuttle Elon Musk's proposed $55 billion Tesla compensation package on Friday filed a request for legal fees that came with a twist — they want to be paid in Tesla stock that rounds out to about $5.6 billion.

  • Law360's Legal Lions Of The Week

    Susman Godfrey LLP and Truelove Law Firm lead this week's edition of Law360 Legal Lions after a Texas state jury awarded $287 million to Dutch telecommunications company Koninklijke KPN in a contract dispute with Samsung Electronics Co.

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