This BigLaw firm says it’s the first to provide free and reduced-rate Peloton content to lawyers and staffers
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O’Melveny & Myers has said it’s the first law firm to sign a deal with Peloton to provide content to all U.S. lawyers and staff members through the Peloton Corporate Wellness program.
Employees will get free access to a Peloton digital membership or subsidized pricing to an all-access membership, according to an O’Melveny & Myers Sept. 14 press release. They will also get preferred pricing on the Peloton Bike and Bike+.
Digital membership provides access to Peloton’s digital library through its app on phones, TVs, tablets and web browsers, according to the Peloton website. All-access membership provides access to people and their households that can be used on the same devices or on Peloton equipment.
According to Law360, digital memberships generally cost $12.99 per month, while all-access memberships cost $39 per month. The Peloton Bike costs $1,495, and the Bike+ costs $2,495.
O’Melveny & Myers declined to discuss its costs for the program with Reuters because of an agreement with Peloton to keep the information confidential.
O’Melveny & Myers chair Bradley J. Butwin said in the press release Peloton “has been a game-changer for my own family, particularly since the start of the pandemic.”