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  • Voir Dire: Law360 Pulse's Weekly Quiz

    This was another action-packed week for the legal industry as BigLaw firms made new hires and expanded their practices. Test your legal news savvy here with Law360 Pulse's weekly quiz.

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    How Gibson Dunn Shines A Spotlight On Pro Bono Work

    While Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP accepts nominations each year for some of its top pro bono work and selects several winners, the firm's pro bono chair wouldn't call this a competition.

  • Objector Takes $125M PACER Overcharge Deal To Fed. Circ.

    An objector to a $125 million deal resolving class action claims that the federal judiciary overcharges users of its PACER court records system is taking his challenge to the settlement to the Federal Circuit.

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    DLA Piper Promotes 63 Lawyers To Partnership Worldwide

    DLA Piper said Thursday it has elevated 63 new lawyers to its partnership across the globe in a U.S.-led promotion round that marks a dip from its class of 72 new partners in 2023.

  • Atty Group Asks Justices To Review Judge's Non-Recusal

    The Association of Professional Responsibility Lawyers urged the U.S. Supreme Court to review a D.C. Circuit judge's decision not to recuse himself from a former al-Qaida member's case, saying the judge's refusal undermined ethical standards for judges.

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    Law Firm Real Estate Report

    Familiar proved preferable for a handful of firms in April, as Lathrop GPM and Haynes and Boone went vertical with their office moves in Boston and San Antonio, respectively, while BakerHostetler and Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman renewed their leases in San Francisco.

  • Adams And Reese Hires Environmental Law Head In Alabama

    Adams and Reese LLP has hired a longtime environmental litigator who is joining the firm in Birmingham, Alabama, to lead the environmental team, the firm announced Tuesday.

  • Justices Skeptical Of Trump's Absolute Immunity Bid

    A majority of the U.S. Supreme Court appeared open Thursday to the idea of limited immunity for former presidents related to the office's core constitutional powers, but divisions emerged among the justices over how to determine when acts outside of that narrow category are potentially subject to criminal prosecution.

  • Sheppard Mullin Hires Perkins Coie IP Partner In DC

    Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP has hired an intellectual property attorney from Perkins Coie LLP, who is the third patent-focused litigator to leave that firm this week.

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    Nossaman White Collar Atty Joins Legal Recruiter Macrae

    A veteran Washington, D.C., criminal defense lawyer has joined transatlantic legal recruiting firm Macrae as its newest recruiter focusing on the district's legal market, the company announced Thursday.

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    Meet The Attorneys Arguing Trump's Immunity At High Court

    A Missouri solicitor general-turned-law firm founder will square off Thursday against a U.S. solicitor general's office veteran who is a member of an elite group of U.S. Supreme Court bar attorneys in a special oral argument session over former President Donald Trump's bid for immunity from federal criminal charges alleging he interfered in the 2020 presidential election.

  • Justices Spar On Interplay Of EMTALA, Idaho Abortion Ban

    The U.S. Supreme Court held a feisty debate Wednesday over whether an Idaho abortion ban is superseded by a federal law requiring doctors at Medicare-funded hospitals to give emergency care, including abortions, to women suffering a medical crisis.

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    Sidley Marketing Chief Scott L. Kilburg Dies At 51

    Sidley Austin LLP Chief Marketing Officer Scott L. Kilburg died last week, the firm has confirmed. He was 51.

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    Latham's AI And Innovation Director On His New Role

    Latham and Watkins LLP recently hired John Scrudato from Gunderson Dettmer Stough Villeneuve Franklin & Hachigian LLP to be its director of artificial intelligence and innovation. Here, Scrudato spoke with Law360 Pulse about what he wants to accomplish in his new job.

  • Faegre Drinker Adds Perkins Coie Investment Partner In DC

    Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP has hired a longtime Perkins Coie LLP investment management attorney in Washington, D.C., the 10th person from that firm to make a lateral move to a new opportunity in the past two months.

  • King & Spalding Adds Ex-SEC, FINRA Securities Expert In DC

    The former deputy chief counsel of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's enforcement division, who has over 25 years of experience working with securities laws and regulations, has left McGuireWoods LLP to join King & Spalding LLP as a partner in its Washington, D.C., office.

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    The Top Tips Senior Staff Want Junior Associates To Know

    Even as junior associates gain sophisticated legal skills, it’s important for them to also gain practical knowledge related to the inner workings of their law firm. Here, six longtime staff offer their tips to new associates for navigating life in a large law firm like a pro.

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    Biden's Latest Judge Picks Include Blocked US Atty Nom

    President Joe Biden announced seven judicial nominee picks on Wednesday, including one for the Northern District of Illinois, which covers Chicago, whom he previously nominated to be U.S. attorney for the district, but has been held up by a Republican senator.

  • Justices' Doubts May Undo 9th Circ. On Spousal Visa Rights

    The right wing of the U.S. Supreme Court appeared skeptical on Tuesday that a U.S. citizen can challenge her Salvadoran husband's visa denial, but seemed disinclined to rule that she has no constitutional rights in the process either.

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    Lisa Blatt Becomes 1st Woman To Argue 50 High Court Cases

    Williams & Connolly LLP partner Lisa Blatt began her historic 50th oral argument in front of the U.S. Supreme Court with a chuckle Tuesday.

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    Justices Probe NLRB's Burden In Starbucks' Injunction Appeal

    The U.S. Supreme Court appears likely to hold that the courts' traditional factors apply when the National Labor Relations Board pursues injunctions, though it's unclear from Tuesday's argument how closely it will direct courts to examine a key factor: the strength of the board's case.

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    Womble Bond Names New DEI, Women's Group Leadership

    Womble Bond Dickinson LLP has named new leaders for its diversity, equity and inclusion committee and a new chair for its Women of Womble group, a network of women who support the professional success of Womble Bond's female attorneys, according to a Monday announcement.

  • Paul Hastings Transaction Security Adviser Joins V&E

    Vinson & Elkins LLP announced the hire Monday of a Paul Hastings LLP attorney with experience advising on national security laws related to foreign investment as a partner in Washington, D.C.

  • Md.-Based Career Public Servant Is The FTC's Newest ALJ

    The Federal Trade Commission announced the appointment of another administrative law judge on Tuesday, elevating a longtime public servant who had previously become the first female Muslim American administrative law judge at the Maryland Office of Administrative Hearings.

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    McNees Wallace Launches Team For College Sports Deals

    The rapidly evolving landscape and complexities of the increasingly popular name, image and likeness, or NIL, deals in college sports has prompted McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC to form a seven-attorney team dedicated to the fledgling industry.

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