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The website of New York City-based personal injury firm Flanzig & Flanzig LLP is filled with pictures of attorney Daniel Flanzig riding his bike.
A New York law office and a shareholder are defending their $8 billion in "intellectual property piracy" counterclaims in California federal court against Chinese insurer Anbang Insurance Group, which says the law office and shareholder were part of a scheme to steal its billion-dollar hotel portfolio.
U-Haul's longtime general counsel has left to form his own dispute resolution firm, which he told Law360 Pulse on Wednesday was the culmination of a successful in-house career.
South Florida personal injury boutique Kelley Uustal has hired a veteran litigator away from AXS Law Group who comes to the firm with a resume of high-profile trial victories, the firm announced Wednesday.
Since the 2022 enactment of the Courthouse Ethics and Transparency Act, litigants can easily determine whether they think a judge should sit out a case on financial grounds. How this plays out in the courtroom, though, isn't always straightforward.
The Ohio Supreme Court on Wednesday suspended a criminal defense attorney for one year, with six months stayed, over the attorney filling a Pringles can with his own feces and throwing it in the parking lot of a victim advocacy center just before meeting with the center's staff in court about a murder case.
A Connecticut state court judge declined to hand an early win to one attorney accused by another of pocketing a promised referral fee, due to the former lawyer's purported non-cooperation with the discovery process.
Several attorneys defending Proud Boys members must face a new claim in a jury research firm's copyright suit alleging they wrongly used its reports to bolster clients' Jan. 6 insurrection criminal defenses, a D.C. federal judge has ruled roughly two months after excusing all but the one attorney who commissioned a report.
The federal government has objected to the Girardi Keese bankruptcy trustee's bid to pay more than $3 million in fees to herself and several other professionals, telling a Los Angeles bankruptcy judge the trustee has failed for nearly three years to analyze hundreds of millions of dollars worth of unsecured claims against the defunct law firm.
Carlton Fields has hired a former name partner at a Beverly Hills boutique real estate firm, who will join its Los Angeles office, the firm announced Tuesday.
Texas-based firm Sorrels Law announced Tuesday that it has hired a former Harris County state court judge as a trial attorney within its team of personal injury lawyers.
Disgraced lawyer and convicted murderer Alex Murdaugh was sentenced Tuesday to 27 years in prison by a South Carolina state judge for stealing $12.4 million from his law partners and clients and evading taxes, a white collar punishment that prosecutors said was "more than Enron, more than WorldCom."
An attorney who pursued an unsuccessful race bias suit on behalf of a fired UPS worker urged a Florida federal judge to reject a Teamsters local's push to make him shoulder part of its attorney fees, calling the union's sanctions bid part of a "pattern of harassment."
Major U.S. law firms are steadfast in their commitment to the pursuit of further growth despite ongoing economic uncertainty. Here’s what the leaders of four Leaderboard firms have to say about how the legal industry is preparing for next year.
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A New Jersey judge has ordered a family suing their former attorney for malpractice in an intra-family estate dispute to turn over the financial terms of a recent settlement in the estate case, which the attorney said undermined the family's malpractice claims.
A California state bar judge who previously delayed disciplinary proceedings against Tom Girardi's son-in-law David Lira said Monday that she has "concerns" over the bar's latest attempt to suspend him, saying that the ongoing federal criminal case against Lira may raise Fifth Amendment due process issues.
The State Bar of California announced Monday that it has leveled a 22-count notice of disciplinary charges against a Northern California attorney who allegedly pocketed more than $630,000 by taking advantage of an incarcerated client.
Northeast regional firm Ward Greenberg announced that about half of its attorneys will join Freeman Mathis & Gary LLP, with the Rochester, New York, team making the move to Hodgson Russ LLP.
A Colorado attorney has been temporarily suspended after he used "sham" case law citations produced by the artificial intelligence platform ChatGPT in a motion and lied to a judge that an intern produced the errors, according to a state disciplinary ruling.
The National Association of Muslim Lawyers and the National Muslim Law Student Association said Monday that they were launching a project to connect senior attorneys with law students and new lawyers who have faced termination, withdrawn job offers or workplace mistreatment for expressing support for Palestinian human rights.
Arguing that a broad exclusion expressly prevents a payout, the National Liability & Fire Insurance Co. has told a Connecticut state court judge that it should win a feud over whether a professional liability policy protects an attorney allegedly tricked into wiring real estate closing payments to a hacker.
A new committee composed of state Supreme Court chief justices and others will examine why fewer attorneys are going into public interest law, as well as the state of legal education and bar admissions processes more generally, according to an announcement Monday.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office's recent elimination of a rule that partially counted pro bono work toward continuing legal education highlights the importance of volunteer work in intellectual property practice and its ties to CLE, and puts a valuable tool for hands-on attorney education in the hands of the states, say Lisa Holubar and Ariel Katz at Irwin.
Recommendations recently issued by a special committee of the Florida Bar represent a realistic, pragmatic approach to increasing the accessibility and affordability of legal services, at a time when the disconnect between the legal profession and the public at large has widened considerably, says Gary Lesser, president of the Florida Bar.
Michael Cohen at Duane Morris discusses the best ways to articulate how an associate is not meeting expectations, and why documentation of performance management is crucial for their growth and protecting the firm from discrimination suits.
Several forces are reshaping partners’ expectations about profit-sharing, and as compensation structures evolve in response, firms should keep certain fundamentals in mind to build a successful partner reward system, say Michael Roch at MHPR Advisors and Ray D'Cruz at Performance Leader.
The legal profession faces challenges that urgently demand new solutions, and lawyers and firms can address this by leaning on other industries that have more experience practicing, teaching and incorporating innovation into their core business and service models, says Jennifer Leonard at the University of Pennsylvania.
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.