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Former BigLaw attorney gets 1-year suspension for trading on information learned as conflicts counsel

Trials & Litigation

Suit by Fox News producer alleges BigLaw lawyers and others pressured her to give evasive testimony

Mind Your Business

Preventive Law: Helping your clients before push comes to shove

Criminal Justice

Georgia lawyer who bragged of shutting down ‘stolen election shenanigans’ is found guilty in Jan. 6 case

Criminal Justice

Former BigLaw attorney pleads guilty to stealing from estate

Trials & Litigation

Federal judge says motion is littered with ‘unnecessary potshots and hyperbole,’ offers chance to refile

Animal Law

Impurr-fect evidence dooms suit over couple’s initial plans to declaw adopted Himalayan kitten

Internet Law

Lawyers kicked off Twitter sue for breach of contract, citing Musk’s amnesty tweet

Criminal Justice

Arrests without formal charges or convictions no longer have to be disclosed by would-be lawyers in New York

Trials & Litigation

Embryo decision citing slavery law is ‘reprehensible and offensive,’ law prof says

News Roundup

Weekly Briefs: Protesters target law dean; Florida’s Stop Woke Act blocked at universities


North Dakota Constitution protects abortions needed to protect women’s life and health, top state court says

Law Firms

BakerHostetler partner gave ‘evasive and nonresponsive’ deposition testimony, motion says

Legal Education

How can law schools with history of bar pass issues get their rates above 75%?

Artificial Intelligence & Robotics

Latest version of ChatGPT aces bar exam with score nearing 90th percentile

Supreme Court Report

Supreme Court gets the scoop on doggy toy, whiskey parody case


Lowenstein Sandler lays off 16 staff members, citing changing needs and shifting market

Law Students

Data on about 6,500 law students proves my mismatch theory, shows racial-preference harm, law prof says

Health Law

Can court ban abortion pill? Federal judge considers authority, plaintiffs’ standing


Judicial Conference asks Congress for 75 new, converted federal judgeships—2 of them at appellate level

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