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    King & Spalding Launches In Dallas With Gibson Dunn Leader

    King & Spalding LLP has planted its flag in Dallas with a new office "anchored" by a longtime trial attorney who co-chaired Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP's global litigation practice group, the firm said Monday.

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    Bar-Takers See Accommodation Gap For Periods, Lactation

    As would-be lawyers prepare to take the bar exam, testing accommodations for those who menstruate or lactate will vary by jurisdiction. In recent years, there's been a reckoning on state bar policies that affect women and transgender test-takers, but advocates say there's more to be done.

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    New Group Aims To Help Attys Meet Middle Class Legal Needs

    For middle-class Americans who may make too much money to qualify for legal aid services, affording an attorney to assist with civil matters like divorces and estate planning can still be a financial impossibility. The recently launched Above The Line Network, however, is on a mission to promote cost-conscious lawyering models to put legal services within economic reach for a big and underserved middle market.

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    Greenberg Traurig Adds Real Estate Shareholders In Fla., LA

    Greenberg Traurig LLP has added two shareholders to its global real estate practice, with one attorney based in Florida while the other is based in California and Texas.

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    Judge Reverses Self, Says Hurricane Ad Suit Should Continue

    Reversing her earlier decision, a federal magistrate judge has issued a preliminary ruling in favor of a woman who alleges that troubled Houston law firm McClenny Moseley & Associates PLLC and associated companies bombarded Louisiana hurricane victims with illegal marketing.

  • Law360 Pulse's Spotlight On Mid-Law Work

    Pryor Cashman's handling of a suit against Pandora over royalty payments and Nutter's work on a healthy-snacks company acquisition lead this edition of Law360 Pulse's Spotlight On Mid-Law Work, recapping the top matters for Mid-Law firms from Feb. 9 to 23.

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    Schlumberger Top Atty's Comp Rises To $5.4M In '23

    Oil field services giant Schlumberger Ltd. paid its chief legal officer and secretary over $5.4 million in 2023, nearly $450,000 more than the package she received the previous year, according to a recent securities filing.

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    Law360's Legal Lions Of The Week

    Cunningham Bounds LLC leads this week's edition of Law360 Legal Lions, after the Alabama Supreme Court ruled that frozen embryos count as children.

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    3 Common Barriers As Law Firms Embrace Upward Reviews

    Upward reviews, in which associates provide feedback on partners' performance as their managers, have become increasingly popular in the legal industry in recent years, but according to consultants who help implement them, the potential upsides can be muted if firms fail to avoid some common mistakes.

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    McGinnis Lochridge Adds Dykema Oil And Gas Pro In Houston

    McGinnis Lochridge has bolstered its oil and gas practice in Houston with a litigator who came aboard from Dykema Gossett PLLC.

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    Voir Dire: Law360 Pulse's Weekly Quiz

    This was another busy week for the legal industry as law firms expanded their practices and attorneys made moves. Test your legal news savvy here with Law360 Pulse’s weekly quiz.

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    These Are The Hottest Trends In Law Firm Design

    Out with the law library and in with Zoom rooms? Law360 Pulse recently talked to architects and legal employers to find out what the biggest trends are in law firm design.

  • Judge Partially Tosses Suit Over Texas Beirut Bombing Suits

    A Texas federal judge has partially dismissed a lawsuit between two Houston attorneys and a Maryland firm they've accused of unfairly terminating a joint venture for litigation over the 1983 Beirut barracks bombing, writing that the firm can't face suit in the Lone Star State because the duo initiated and executed the representation agreement while on the East Coast.

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    'Loosey-Goosey' Standing Rulings Pose Threats To Judiciary

    Federal courts from the U.S. Supreme Court down are expanding their definition of standing, particularly in disputes over politically charged issues, with potentially troublesome results, creating privileged categories of plaintiffs, undermining public confidence in the judiciary, and enabling policymaking from the bench, according to experts.

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    RumbleOn Taps Ex-JCPenney GC As New Legal Chief

    RumbleOn has brought on a lawyer who once led JCPenney's law team for several years to be its legal chief, the powersports vehicles retailer announced Thursday.

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    Shook Hardy Launches Group To Provide DEI Guidance

    Shook Hardy & Bacon LLP has kicked off a diversity, equity and inclusion advisory practice group led by the former litigation and diversity leader for Coca-Cola Co.

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    Cravath Exits Show No Firm Is Immune To Retention Concerns

    Cravath Swaine & Moore LLP is historically known for its rarity in partner exits, but three partners left the firm in January alone to join BigLaw rivals, a number that may end up jibing with prior years' departures but that some say could signal fresh challenges for the storied firm as it looks to retain talent.

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    Winstead Adds Patent Pro From Kirkland To Austin IP Team

    Winstead PC has added an intellectual property attorney in Austin, Texas, with boots-on-the-ground experience as a software engineer who came aboard from Kirkland & Ellis LLP.

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    Why Holland & Knight Revamped Its E-Discovery Tech

    After evaluating options and testing different tools for nearly two years, Holland & Knight LLP expanded its e-discovery technology stack with the addition of the cloud-based software Everlaw in January.

  • Former Texas Atty Gets 50 Years For 'Ponzi-Type' Client Fraud

    A Texas federal judge sentenced a former San Antonio lawyer to 50 years in prison after he pled guilty to mishandling millions in client funds to support his "extravagant lifestyle," the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Western District of Texas said in a statement Wednesday.

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    Rapid Response Team Releases AI Guidance For State Courts

    An artificial intelligence rapid response team created by state judiciary leaders has released interim guidance and resources to help state courts navigate AI technologies, the National Center for State Courts said Wednesday.

  • Ex-Law Prof Wants High Court To Hear Gender Bias Suit

    A white female former law professor urged the U.S. Supreme Court to hear her suit against Texas Southern University, saying the Fifth Circuit held her to too high of a standard to show she was subjected to so much bullying that she was forced to quit.

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    Spencer Fane Adds Labor Pro In Houston From Porter Hedges

    Spencer Fane LLP has strengthened its labor and employment practice with a partner in Houston who came aboard from Porter Hedges LLP.

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    Bradley Arant Adds Ex-Baker Botts Labor, Employment Leader

    Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP is deepening its bench in the Lone Star State with the addition of its latest partner in Dallas, the former chair of Baker Botts' labor and employment practice.

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    Lawyer's Email To Stranger Opened His Path To Be GC

    In 1999, a young law firm associate in Wichita wrote an off-the-cuff email to a fellow law school alumnus he didn't know, but who had become general counsel of a golf company in Arizona.

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