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A former Levine Kellogg Lehman Schneider + Grossman LLP litigation and alternative dispute resolution attorney has joined McCarter & English LLP as a partner in Miami, the firm announced Tuesday.
Zimmerman Reed LLP and thousands of its clients are unlawfully conspiring to "weaponize" a California wiretapping law in bringing a crush of arbitration claims against L'Occitane over its website user tracking practices, the cosmetics and home goods retailer alleged in urging a California federal court to put an end to this "shakedown."
Three law firms that negotiated a $626 million settlement related to the Flint, Michigan, water crisis reached a settlement of their own on Monday after McAlpine PC agreed to end claims that Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll PC and Pitt McGehee Palmer Bonanni & Rivers PC unfairly cut it out of their original co-counsel agreement.
A North Carolina attorney is pressing a federal court to impose a nearly $120,000 sanction for documents demanded of him by an airline tycoon in his hacking lawsuit, arguing the production request was an "undue burden" with an "exorbitant" financial cost.
Holland & Knight LLP is strengthening its West Coast team, announcing Monday it is bringing in a Greenberg Gross LLP business trial attorney as partner in its Newport Beach, California, office.
Even as demand lagged and expenses went up last year, law firms took an aggressive approach to expanding their non-equity partner headcounts, according to the results of a survey by Citi Global's Wealth at Work Law Firm Group.
A prominent Denver personal injury firm has dropped its suit against a Texas rival for allegedly violating a trademark territory agreement, according to an order approved last week by a Colorado state judge.
An attorney who specializes in representing life sciences companies in commercial and operational matters has left her solo practice to join Troutman Pepper in Philadelphia, the firm said Monday.
The Illinois Supreme Court launched a task force investigating uses of generative artificial intelligence, with a roster that includes judges, administrators and attorneys, a spokesperson at the courts has confirmed to Law360 Pulse.
Houston trial lawyer Will Moye, who has defended clients such as the Houston Astros, Chevron and Ford Motor Co. against personal injury and product liability claims, announced he's switching sides and will launch his own firm representing injured plaintiffs.
A Pennsylvania lawyer has called on a federal court to toss a former client's claims that an attorney from the lawyer's firm improperly used his workplace injury case as collateral to secure litigation funding and then transferred the high-interest-rate loans to his legal fees.
Texas-based mass tort and personal injury law firm Watts Guerra LLP announced that it has split into separate entities as of this week as part of "a strategic and collaborative restructuring."
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.
A Georgia state appellate court has upheld an award of $1.15 million in attorney fees to a solo-practice attorney, saying an Atlanta-based airport travel spa operator he did work for failed to show the trial court was wrong in finding the attorney didn't have to save notes about the legal services he provided.
A San Francisco attorney is facing disciplinary charges for allegedly overcharging a trust account client who struggled with mental health and other personal issues, the State Bar of California's Office of Chief Trial Counsel announced Friday.
The North Carolina Court of Appeals has declined to halt the disbarment of an immigration attorney accused of misusing client funds, over the lawyer's objections that he's licensed by the New York bar and therefore can't be disciplined by Tar Heel State watchdogs.
A New Jersey-based attorney was hit with a three-month suspension by the Supreme Court of New Jersey's Disciplinary Review Board after it found that he engaged in improper advertising by directly mailing potential clients solicitation letters featuring inaccurate and missing information.
Federal prosecutors are seeking 5¼ to 6½ years in prison for a New York City attorney who admitted to running an $18.8 million Ponzi scheme that defrauded real estate investors, in addition to separately laundering funds from an expansive insurance fraud scheme.
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Krieger Kim & Lewin LLP is changing its name and taking on a new partner as one of the former federal prosecutors who founded the boutique rejoins the U.S. Attorney's Office in the Southern District of New York, the firm announced Friday.
An insurer wants a North Carolina federal court to rule that a policy excludes defending a title insurance agency in an underlying lawsuit alleging the agency worked with an unapproved and financially questionable law firm, costing an underwriter at least $1.25 million.
A Seattle attorney accused of creating a fake newspaper called The Saudi Sun and filing it as a court exhibit is pushing back against a $268,000 sanction order, arguing to the Ninth Circuit that he should have a jury trial first.
A Houston-based intellectual property firm filed the most patent suits over the last three years in the U.S., while a well-established boutique again took the top spot as the firm defending the most patent litigation during the same period, according to a new Lex Machina report.
The New Jersey Supreme Court handed down a one-year suspension from practicing law to a former North Bergen municipal court judge who was previously permanently barred from being a judge for groping a woman and being dishonest about the incident in the judicial ethics case against him.
A former billing manager for the New Jersey personal injury firm Brandon J. Broderick Attorney At Law claims she was fired for insisting that the firm's clients receive the most money possible from their settlements, according to a lawsuit filed in New Jersey state court.