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    Arbitrator Ken Feinberg Doesn't Shy From Litigation Funders

    Well-known arbitrator Kenneth Feinberg, speaking at a conference on Monday, said that he doesn't automatically wrinkle his nose when he hears that a litigation funder is part of a complex legal matter that he is attempting to find a resolution to.

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    Insiders See Litigation Funding's Appeal Overcoming Its Risks

    With higher interest rates and fights over disclosure rules on the horizon, the litigation finance industry is in a tenuous place, but it's not slowing down, a series of experts said at the International Legal Finance Association 2024 Conference on Monday.

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    Energy Atty Unretires, Joins Post & Schell In Harrisburg

    An attorney with more than 40 years of experience representing utilities companies and energy suppliers in regulatory and transactional matters has come out of retirement to join Post & Schell PC's central Pennsylvania office.

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    Microsoft, Walmart CLOs Recognized For Integrity, Creativity

    The legal chiefs at Microsoft and Walmart are among about a dozen leading corporate lawyers who soon will be recognized at the Burton Awards as "Legends in Law" for their track records of addressing complex matters and creativity in solving challenges.

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    Pittsburgh University Associate GC Returns To Littler

    Littler Mendelson PC has rehired a former associate, who left the firm to join her alma mater as its associate general counsel more than a decade ago, the firm announced Monday.

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    Law360's Legal Lions Of The Week

    Reichman Jorgensen Lehman & Feldberg LLP and Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP  lead this week's edition of Law360 Legal Lions, after an Illinois federal jury found that Amazon owes $525 million in damages for infringing three patents covering cloud data storage technology.

  • Conservative Group Defends Fee In Pa. Voter Records Spat

    A conservative legal group asked the Third Circuit on Friday to preserve its $180,200 attorney fee award in a records fight with the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, arguing that the payout will encourage private enforcement of the National Voter Registration Act of 1993.

  • Law360 Pulse's Spotlight On Mid-Law Work

    Hagens Berman being named interim lead counsel of a rent price-fixing proposed class action and Seward & Kissel's work on a finance industry acquisition lead this edition of Law360 Pulse's Spotlight On Mid-Law Work, recapping the top matters for Mid-Law firms from March 29 to April 12.

  • Ex-Philly Union Leader Denied Bench Trial In Extortion Case

    A Pennsylvania federal judge has denied twice-convicted former International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 98 leader John "Johnny Doc" Dougherty's request to have his third criminal trial — this time over extortion charges — handled by a judge instead of a jury.

  • Marshall Dennehey Adds Liberty Mutual Atty In Training Role

    Marshall Dennehey PC expanded its professional services team this week by adding an attorney who left his role as counsel for Liberty Mutual to lead the firm's professional development team.

  • Voir Dire: Law360 Pulse's Weekly Quiz

    Law360 Pulse covered the biggest legal news this week, including new reports on law firm attrition, gender parity in law firms' real estate practice groups, and first quarter law firm combinations. Test your legal news savvy here with Law360 Pulse's weekly quiz.

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    Lamb McErlane Inks Deal With Pa. Lobbying Group DT Firm

    The DT Firm, a Harrisburg, Pennsylvania-based lobbying group, has formed a business affiliation with Lamb McErlane PC.

  • Judge Grants $3.2M In Fees For Wawa Class Counsel

    There is no evidence of side agreements or collusion between attorneys representing a proposed class in a suit against Wawa Inc. and the convenience store's defense counsel, according to a Pennsylvania federal judge's order approving $3.2 million in attorney fees following appellate court review.

  • Longtime Hogan Lovells Transport Head Joins Morgan Lewis

    Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP has hired the former head of Hogan Lovells' transportation practice as a Washington, D.C.-based partner and co-leader of its global automotive and mobility practice.

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    Law Firms Slowed Pace Of Hiring In First Quarter Of 2024

    Despite a modest recovery in the latter half of last year, law firm lateral recruitment tapered off once again in the first quarter of 2024, with the hiring of associate candidates dropping the most during that period, according to Firm Prospects LLC.

  • 3rd Circ. Won't Revive White And Williams Malpractice Suit

    The Third Circuit on Wednesday declined to revive a $30 million legal malpractice suit brought by a home improvement product manufacturer against White and Williams LLP, finding the claim should have been brought in an earlier action between the parties.

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    Associate Hiring And Attrition Fell In '23 For 2nd Straight Year

    Law firms' hiring of new associates and the rate at which associates moved on both declined in 2023 for the second consecutive year, while more female associates were hired than male, according to a study released Wednesday.

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    30 Law Firms Lead On Client Service Amid Wider Decline

    When interviewed about client service, corporate legal decision-makers praised a select few law firms, even as the overall satisfaction of corporate clients has fallen in recent years, according to a report released Wednesday by BTI Consulting Group.

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    Fox Rothschild Litigator Jumps To Eisenberg Rothweiler

    Philadelphia-based plaintiff's firm Eisenberg Rothweiler Winkler Eisenberg & Jeck PC has grown its roster with the addition of a litigator who moved his practice from Fox Rothschild after more than 13 years.

  • DA Says SEPTA Prosecutor Law Unfairly Singles Out Philly

    An attorney for Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner told a Pennsylvania appellate court Wednesday that a law mandating a "special prosecutor" within the Attorney General's Office to handle crimes within the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority had unfairly and unconstitutionally singled out Philadelphia and his office.

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    BigLaw Real Estate Varies Widely On Gender Diversity

    In March, Women's History Month, Law360 looked at gender diversity among the real estate groups at 20 large law firms and found that those firms vary widely on that point.

  • 'Education Lawyers' Challenge Isn't Over At TTAB, Firm Says

    Jacobson & John LLP's claim that its use of the marketing phrase "The Education Lawyers" has gone unchallenged for five years blatantly misled a Pennsylvania federal court about the phrase's incontestability as a trademark, according to a rival firm's bid to keep its trademark challenge alive there.

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    Legal Lags Behind Other Professionals Using AI

    Despite increased demand for artificial intelligence, most professionals are not using this technology at work, with legal professionals lagging behind other sectors, according to a new survey on Tuesday.

  • Attys Have Duty To Defend Judges, ABA President Says

    The American Bar Association's president on Monday warned that attacks on judges and the U.S. court system have skyrocketed in recent years and urged lawyers to stand up for the judicial process by defending judges who are unjustly criticized.

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    Longtime Marshall Dennehey Atty To Lead Harrisburg Office

    Marshall Dennehey announced that a longtime shareholder who spent more than 25 years with the firm was named the new managing attorney of its Harrisburg, Pennsylvania office.

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