CourtsEdelson, Ex-Girardi Attys Can Post Separate Financial Charts
An Illinois federal judge probing contempt liability over Thomas V. Girardi's misappropriation of $2 million said Thursday that he'll accept separate charts reflecting certain Girardi & Keese accounts' cash flow, after learning a dispute arose over how to present the information to the court.
CourtsBiden Nominates 6 US Attys, From New England To Alaska
President Joe Biden has announced the nomination of four current prosecutors and two former ones to lead U.S. attorney's offices in the districts of New Hampshire, Alaska, Utah, Connecticut, Montana and New Mexico.
Modern LawyerNorton Rose Appoints US Life Sciences And Health Care Lead
Norton Rose Fulbright announced Wednesday that it appointed a Dallas litigation partner as its U.S. head of life sciences and health care.
Mid-LawBrown Rudnick Sets Net-Zero Carbon Goal
Brown Rudnick LLP announced this week that it is working with a U.K.-based sustainability consultant toward achieving a net-zero carbon goal in the coming years.
Modern LawyerWinston & Strawn Antes Up With Associate Pay Bump
Winston & Strawn LLP has raised its associate pay, falling in line with a new salary scale set by Milbank LLP, the firm confirmed to Law360 Pulse Thursday.
Modern LawyerGoogle GC Named To Board Of Legal Diversity Council
The Leadership Council on Legal Diversity has grown its board of directors by adding Google's general counsel, the group of chief legal officers and law firm managing partners said Thursday, drawing on a seasoned in-house leader whose commitments include increasing her retention of minority- and women-owned law firms.
Delaware PulseAttys Happy To Join Delaware Bar Amid Pandemic Delay
After the coronavirus pandemic caused them to start out their careers as attorneys under "limited practice" standards, several associates at First State firms are finally members of Delaware's bar and full-fledged attorneys.
Modern LawyerBiden At His Side, Justice Breyer Announces Retirement
Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer joined President Joe Biden at the White House Thursday to formally announce his retirement, kicking off a rush among Democrats to confirm a new member of the court to replace the oldest serving justice.
DC PulseRopes & Gray Names Trade Expert As DC Managing Partner
Ropes & Gray LLP has elevated a partner working as an attorney in its litigation and enforcement practice since 2017 to lead its Washington, D.C., office, the firm has announced.
Courts1st Circ. Chief Judge Steps Back, Giving Biden Another Pick
First Circuit Chief Judge Jeffrey R. Howard, a George W. Bush appointee, will take senior status, opening up a second seat for President Joe Biden to fill on the nation's smallest federal appellate court.