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The chief legal officer of cloud computing software company Nutanix has informed the company that he plans to retire, according to a recent U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filing.
Legal conference organizers have told Law360 Pulse that they are committed to fostering safe and inclusive events, and some changes have been made following recent accusations of sexual harassment and assault at legal events.
The head lawyer at Match Group will soon leave the online dating app creator for the chief legal officer position at GoDaddy, both companies said Thursday.
Weather forecasting company AccuWeather Inc. has promoted an associate general counsel to the company's top legal position.
Kaufman Dolowich has added the former chief legal and compliance officer for accounts receivable management firm Vengroff Williams Inc., one of the firm's clients, to its Orlando, Florida, office.
A former longtime Goodwin Procter LLP partner who has worked in-house at Fidelity Investments for nearly two years has been promoted to general counsel at the financial services giant, a company representative confirmed to Law360 Pulse on Friday.
Big Tech general counsel are among those who have launched a legal community aimed at accelerating the adoption of generative artificial intelligence in the corporate space, and a ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court in favor of a UBS whistleblower solidified protections across a wide range of industries. These are among the stories in corporate legal news you may have missed in the past week.
A Black senior counsel at Workday urged a California federal court to keep alive his race and disability discrimination suit against the human resources services company and a deputy general counsel, saying his claims under California law are valid despite his living in Maryland.
Insurance and civil litigation defense firm Tyson & Mendes LLP has expanded its California team, bringing in a former Mercury Insurance in-house counsel and trial attorney as a partner in its Los Angeles office.
This was another busy week for the legal industry as BigLaw expanded its reach and big names made headlines after court. Test your legal news savvy here with Law360 Pulse’s weekly quiz.
Geralyn Ritter on Monday became the new president and CEO of Crowell & Moring International LLC, the law firm's global public affairs affiliate. Here, she speaks with Law360 Pulse about her journey to overcome the trauma stemming from surviving a 2015 Amtrak derailment in Philadelphia that killed eight passengers.
NeuroPace Inc.'s chief legal officer will resign from her role next month, according to a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filing this week from the epilepsy treatment company.
Alternative legal service provider Factor announced on Thursday it was launching a new legal community aimed at accelerating the adoption of generative artificial intelligence in the corporate space, with founding members from Microsoft, Adobe, Ford and others.
Biocom California, the association representing hundreds of players in the state's life sciences industry, has appointed Exelixis general counsel Jeffrey Hessekiel to its board of governors, the nonprofit announced Wednesday.
Catherine Ngo has risen from a self-described shy high school student who sat in the back of the class to a private practice attorney in Texas and California, to general counsel at Silicon Valley Bank and to CEO of Central Pacific Bank. And she believes the challenging times — the failures of companies, even — are when people learn the most.
Generative artificial intelligence has been widely adopted by in-house legal counsel in Asia, according to a report by FTI Consulting Inc. and the Association of Corporate Counsel Singapore, though a majority of respondents also note a lack of guidance by companies regarding such technologies.
The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday banned unwanted robocalls using cloned voices developed with artificial intelligence.
South Korean e-commerce giant Coupang said a former in-house compliance attorney's case against it for firing him after he reported it for allegedly doing business with the Iranian government should be thrown out because he was working outside the U.S. for a foreign company when he made his whistleblowing complaint.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has reached a settlement with Oppenheimer & Co., putting to rest a suit that was one of the commission's first-ever enforcement actions accusing underwriters of skirting municipal bond disclosure requirements, according to a letter filed Wednesday.
Snap Inc. paid its general counsel close to $9.4 million in 2023 — nearly $5 million more than in the previous year — according to a securities filing this week.
Exelon is bringing a former in-house attorney back into the fold as its new chief human resources officer, a little more than two years after the experienced counsel moved to subsidiary Baltimore Gas & Electric.
Kafene, a fintech platform that offers lease-to-own options to consumers, on Tuesday announced that it has hired a Troutman Pepper Hamilton Sanders LLP attorney and in-house legal veteran as its general counsel.
A former Greenberg Traurig LLP shareholder has reunited with her mentor after jumping to Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP's energy and infrastructure team in Chicago.
Asset-light transportation services company Forward Air Corp. on Wednesday appointed its chief legal officer to serve as interim CEO amid an executive suite shakeup following its acquisition of Omni Logistics LLC.
Adams and Reese LLP is launching an aviation and aerospace practice with two former Jenner & Block LLP attorneys joining as its co-leaders, both of whom previously held top positions with Boeing and the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration.
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.
SeriesAsk A Mentor: How Can New Partners Generate Business?
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.
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.
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.
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.
OpinionLaw Firms Stressing Work-Life Balance Are Missing The Mark
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.
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.
To avoid physical and emotional exhaustion, attorneys must respect their own and their colleagues' personal and professional boundaries, but law firms must also play a role in discouraging burnout culture — especially if they are struggling with attorney retention, say attorneys at Lowenstein Sandler.
Gibson Dunn's Debra Yang shares the bumps in her journey to becoming the first female Asian American U.S. attorney, a state judge and a senior partner in BigLaw, and how other women can face their self-doubts and blaze their own trails to success amid systemic obstacles.
Law firms that are considering creating an in-house alternative legal service provider should focus not on recapturing revenue otherwise lost to outside vendors, but instead consider how a captive ALSP will better fulfill the needs of their clients and partners, say Beatrice Seravello and Brad Blickstein at Baretz & Brunelle.
Ignore what you've been told about jargon — adding insider industry terms to your firm's marketing and business development content can persuade potential clients that you have the specialized knowledge they can trust, says Wayne Pollock at Law Firm Editorial Service.
To attract future lawyers from diverse backgrounds, firms must think beyond recruiting efforts, because law students are looking for diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives that invest in employee professional development and engage with students year-round, says Lauren Jackson at Howard University School of Law.
SeriesAsk A Mentor: How Can Law Students Build Real-World Skills?
Allison Coffin at Akin Gump discusses how summer associates going back to school can continue to develop real-world lawyering skills by leveraging the numerous law school resources that support professional development both inside and outside the classroom.
In uncertain and challenging times, law firm leaders can build and sustain culture by focusing attention on mission, values and leadership development, and applying a growth mindset across their firms, says Scott Westfahl at Harvard Law.
Robert Keeling at Sidley reflects on leading discovery in the litigation that followed the historic $85 billion AT&T-Time Warner merger and how the case highlighted the importance of having a strategic e-discovery plan in place.