Mid-Law

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    Shutts & Bowen Atty On COVID Revamp To Alcohol Practice

    Marbet Lewis joined Law360 Pulse to discuss how going through the COVID-19 pandemic led to her arrival at Florida business law firm Shutts & Bowen LLP to launch an alcohol and regulated industries practice group.

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    McDonald Hopkins Adds Two IP Attys From Dinsmore

    Two intellectual property attorneys have jumped from Dinsmore & Shohl LLP to McDonald Hopkins LLC in Cleveland, the firm said in a recent statement.

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    Ex-NJ Judge, ADR Pro On The Importance Of Listening

    Francis Orlando, retired Camden County assignment judge and Vaughan Baio & Partners' latest hire in alternative dispute resolution, talked with Law360 Pulse about the skills needed for ADR and how he gained them on the bench.

  • Law360 Pulse's Spotlight On Mid-Law Work

    Hagens Berman being named interim lead counsel of a rent price-fixing proposed class action and Seward & Kissel's work on a finance industry acquisition lead this edition of Law360 Pulse's Spotlight On Mid-Law Work, recapping the top matters for Mid-Law firms from March 29 to April 12.

  • Marshall Dennehey Adds Liberty Mutual Atty In Training Role

    Marshall Dennehey PC expanded its professional services team this week by adding an attorney who left his role as counsel for Liberty Mutual to lead the firm's professional development team.

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    Freeman Mathis Hires Mabry & McClelland Leaders In Atlanta

    Freeman Mathis has expanded its Atlanta office, bringing on three new attorneys from Mabry & McClelland, including its managing partner and a name partner.

  • Voir Dire: Law360 Pulse's Weekly Quiz

    Law360 Pulse covered the biggest legal news this week, including new reports on law firm attrition, gender parity in law firms' real estate practice groups, and first quarter law firm combinations. Test your legal news savvy here with Law360 Pulse's weekly quiz.

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    Burns & Levinson Adds 3 Attys To Private Client Group

    A trio of attorneys has joined Burns & Levinson LLP's private client group in Boston, the firm said in a recent statement.

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    Moses & Singer Hires New Private Clients Chair, Trusts Expert

    Moses & Singer LLP has hired a new chairman of its private clients group, who joins the firm after spending over a decade navigating trusts and estates matters with Kudman Trachten Aloe Posner LLP.

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    Carlton Fields Gets New Leader In LA Office

    Carlton Fields has selected a longtime white collar defense and civil litigator to take over as managing shareholder of its Los Angeles office.

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    Tax Controversy Quintet Joins Bradley Arant In Atlanta

    Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP announced that it hired a five-person tax controversy team from Chamberlain Hrdlicka White Williams & Aughtry highlighted by the addition of three experienced partners, including two former Internal Revenue Service trial attorneys.

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    Law Firms Slowed Pace Of Hiring In First Quarter Of 2024

    Despite a modest recovery in the latter half of last year, law firm lateral recruitment tapered off once again in the first quarter of 2024, with the hiring of associate candidates dropping the most during that period, according to Firm Prospects LLC.

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    Frier Levitt Adds Health Pros From Mandelbaum Barrett, Enzo

    Healthcare-focused Frier Levitt has expanded its roster with a pair of experienced partners who most recently worked as a litigator at Mandelbaum Barrett PC and as general counsel for molecular diagnostics company Enzo Biochem Inc.

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    Burr & Forman Adds Longtime In-House Leader To Fla. Office

    Burr & Forman LLP has brought on an in-house pro with more than $60 billion of transaction experience to its office in Jacksonville, Florida, adding the former general counsel of public company Cannae Holdings Inc. in Las Vegas to its corporate and tax practice.

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    Spencer Fane Expands In Dallas With Pair Of Real Estate Pros

    Spencer Fane LLP has added two new real estate partners to its Dallas office, including a former in-house general counsel at a marina company and a former Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP attorney.

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    Ex-Ellenoff Grossman Atty Faces Possible Firing Suit Remand

    A former Ellenoff Grossman & Schole LLP associate's suit saying she was fired for protesting sexual harassment should return to state court, a New York federal judge recommended, saying the federal court can't enforce arbitration pacts invalidated by a 2022 amendment to the Federal Arbitration Act.

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    Frost Brown Recruits 9 Attys For Denver Launch

    Frost Brown Todd LLP said Wednesday it is the latest Big Law firm to launch in Denver, hiring nine mostly real estate attorneys from Moye White LLP, Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck LLP and Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP with plans to double in size by the end of the year.

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    Merchant & Gould Adds IP Team From Oblon McClelland In DC

    Merchant & Gould has expanded its intellectual property services in Washington, D.C., with the recent addition of a five-person team of attorneys who moved their practices from Oblon McClelland Maier & Neustadt LLP.

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    Shutts & Bowen Hires Reed Smith Litigator In Miami

    Shutts & Bowen announced Wednesday it brought on a dual-licensed attorney who was most recently a counsel at Reed Smith LLP and earned law degrees in the U.S. and Mexico, bolstering its international litigation and arbitration practice.

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    Associate Hiring And Attrition Fell In '23 For 2nd Straight Year

    Law firms' hiring of new associates and the rate at which associates moved on both declined in 2023 for the second consecutive year, while more female associates were hired than male, according to a study released Wednesday.

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    30 Law Firms Lead On Client Service Amid Wider Decline

    When interviewed about client service, corporate legal decision-makers praised a select few law firms, even as the overall satisfaction of corporate clients has fallen in recent years, according to a report released Wednesday by BTI Consulting Group.

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    Ex-Moye White Construction Trio Jumps Ship To Lewis Roca

    Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP has added a trio of construction and litigation attorneys in Denver from Moye White LLP following the latter firm's decision to wind down operations at the end of 2024.

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    Thompson Coburn Adds 4 Maynard Nexsen Education Attys

    Thompson Coburn LLP announced the addition of four former Maynard Nexsen PC education attorneys as partners, with three based in its newly created Birmingham, Alabama, office and one in Washington, D.C.

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    Barclay Damon Hires 3 IP Attys From Murtha Cullina

    Barclay Damon LLP announced Tuesday it added a Hartford, Connecticut-based, five-person intellectual property group, consisting of two partners, one counsel, a patent agent and a paralegal, from New England law firm Murtha Cullina LLP.

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    Ex-Client Wants Records Of Seward & Kissel Calls In NJ Suit

    The wife of a billionaire hedge fund founder is fighting to keep a subpoena alive for phone records of calls between her husband and Seward & Kissel LLP, telling a New Jersey state court they will show the firm helped cheat her out of marital assets when she filed for divorce.

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Expert Analysis

  • ChatGPT Is A Cool Trick, But AI Won't Replace Lawyers Author Photo

    Generative AI applications like ChatGPT are unlikely to ever replace attorneys for a variety of practical reasons — but given their practice-enhancing capabilities, lawyers who fail to leverage these tools may be rendered obsolete, says Eran Kahana at Maslon.

  • Pro Bono Work Is Valuable In IP And Continued Learning Author Photo

    The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office's recent elimination of a rule that partially counted pro bono work toward continuing legal education highlights the importance of volunteer work in intellectual property practice and its ties to CLE, and puts a valuable tool for hands-on attorney education in the hands of the states, say Lisa Holubar and Ariel Katz at Irwin.

  • Increasing Public Access To Legal Services: A Practical Plan Author Photo

    Recommendations recently issued by a special committee of the Florida Bar represent a realistic, pragmatic approach to increasing the accessibility and affordability of legal services, at a time when the disconnect between the legal profession and the public at large has widened considerably, says Gary Lesser, president of the Florida Bar.

  • Priorities For Improving The Legal Industry In Texas Author Photo

    To assist Texas lawyers in effectively executing their duties, we should be working on succession planning, attorney wellness, and increasing understanding of the grievance system by both bar members and the public, says Laura Gibson, president of the State Bar of Texas.

  • Leading Your Law Firm's Creation Of A New Practice Group Author Photo

    Marjorie Peerce and Peter Jaslow at Ballard Spahr discuss the challenges of building a new law firm practice group from the ground up, and how sustained commitment, communication and collaboration are the key ingredients for success.

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    Ask A Mentor: How Do I Relay Shortcomings To Associates? Author Photo

    Michael Cohen at Duane Morris discusses the best ways to articulate how an associate is not meeting expectations, and why documentation of performance management is crucial for their growth and protecting the firm from discrimination suits.

  • 10 Principles For Effective Partner Reward Systems Author Photo

    Several forces are reshaping partners’ expectations about profit-sharing, and as compensation structures evolve in response, firms should keep certain fundamentals in mind to build a successful partner reward system, say Michael Roch at MHPR Advisors and Ray D'Cruz at Performance Leader.

  • Why Interdisciplinarity Is Key To Designing The Future Of Law Author Photo

    The legal profession faces challenges that urgently demand new solutions, and lawyers and firms can address this by leaning on other industries that have more experience practicing, teaching and incorporating innovation into their core business and service models, says Jennifer Leonard at the University of Pennsylvania.

  • Incorporating ADA Guidance Into Lawyer Wellness Movement Author Photo

    The Americans with Disabilities Act and rules of professional conduct may help the legal profession promote lawyer well-being by focusing on mental conditions' actual impact, rather than on associated stereotypes, says Alex Long at the University of Tennessee College of Law.

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    Ask A Mentor: How Can New Partners Generate Business? Author Photo

    Christine Wong at MoFo discusses how newly elected partners can prioritize business development by creating a strategic plan with the firm's marketing team and strengthening relationships with professional and personal networks.

  • 9 Writing Tips From The Justices' Opinions Last Term Author Photo

    Hidden in the U.S. Supreme Court’s opinions from the last term are each justice’s talents for crafting choice turns of phrase, highlighting best practices for attorneys to jump-start their own writing, says Ross Guberman at BriefCatch.

  • What Web3 Means For Lawyers' Ethical Duties Author Photo

    As law firms embrace Web3 technologies by accepting cryptocurrency as payment for legal fees, investing in metaverse departments and more, lawyers should remember their ethical duties to warn clients of the benefits and risks of technology in a murky regulatory environment, says Heidi Frostestad Kuehl at Northern Illinois University College of Law.

  • NY's Cybersecurity CLE Rule Is A Sign Of Changing Times Author Photo

    New York's recently announced requirement that lawyers complete cybersecurity training as part of their continuing legal education is a reminder that securing client information is more complicated in an increasingly digital world, and that expectations around attorneys' technology competence are changing, says Jason Schwent at Clark Hill.

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    Law Firms Stressing Work-Life Balance Are Missing The Mark Author Photo

    Law firms struggling to attract and retain lawyers are institutionalizing work-life balance through hybrid work models, but such balance is elusive in a client services and tech-dependent world, underscoring the need for firms to instead aim for attorney empowerment and true balance within — not outside — the workplace, says Joe Pack at Pack Law.

  • A Law Student's Guide To Thriving As A Summer Associate Author Photo

    Summer associates are expected to establish a favorable reputation and develop genuine relationships in a few short weeks, but several time management, attitude and communication principles can help them make the most of their time and secure an offer for a full-time position, says Joseph Marciano, who was a 2022 summer associate at Reed Smith.

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