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  • Harter Secrest Adds IP Vet From Woods Oviatt In NY

    New York firm Harter Secrest & Emery LLP announced that an experienced intellectual property attorney with a PhD in chemistry joined the firm's Rochester, New York, office from Woods Oviatt Gilman LLP as of counsel.

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    Amid Milestone Args, NY Appellate Pro Talks Lessons Learned

    As he reaches his 100th appellate oral arguments, Law360 Pulse caught up with Harris Beach PLLC appellate leader Brian Ginsberg to discuss his advice for law students and young lawyers considering an appellate practice.

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    Miles & Stockbridge Expands Into NY With Atty From Venable

    Mid-Atlantic firm Miles & Stockbridge PC has expanded into New York with the addition of a Manhattan office and a veteran transactional finance lawyer from Venable LLP.

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    Foley Hoag Adds Former Novartis Atty To Life Sciences Team

    Foley Hoag LLP has hired a patent-focused counsel for its intellectual property department who is based in its Boston headquarters.

  • Voir Dire: Law360 Pulse's Weekly Quiz

    The middle of May marked another action-packed week for the legal industry as former President Donald Trump's hush money trial continued and BigLaw firms expanded their reach in the U.S. and abroad. Test your legal news savvy here with Law360 Pulse's weekly quiz.

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    Burr & Forman Adds Former In-House Atty To Corporate Team

    Burr & Forman LLP has added a partner focused on transactional work to its corporate and tax practice in the Orlando, Florida, office, touting his experience in private practice and in-house as a general counsel for a managed technology services provider.

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    Lowenstein Sandler Pro Bono Head Leaves Legacy Of Service

    As she winds down her tenure leading Lowenstein Sandler LLP's Center for Public Interest this month, Catherine Weiss is leaving behind a legacy as a fierce public advocate for immigrants and reproductive rights at a time when public interest law as a whole faces new challenges.

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    Deepfake Rule Proposals Navigate 'Perfect Evidentiary Storm'

    As federal judiciary officials explore how to handle evidence faked by artificial intelligence, attorneys are divided over the need to change evidence rules, with some worried that current rules are not up to the challenges posed by deepfakes, and others fearful that altering them might do more harm than good.

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    Windels Marx Accused Of Double-Dealing In NYC Taxi Deal

    Windels Marx Lane & Mittendorf LLP was sued in Minnesota federal court Thursday over claims that, while representing both the buyer and the seller in a transaction of New York City taxi medallions, it repeatedly lied to the seller and helped the buyer evade paying $390,000 it owed.

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    Title IX Atty Moves To Montgomery McCracken In Philly

    An opportunity to work with a long-respected colleague has incentivized a former Saxton & Stump attorney with extensive Title IX experience to bring her education law practice to Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads LLP's Philadelphia office.

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    Hall Booth Adds 3 Attys In Oklahoma City

    Atlanta-based Hall Booth Smith LLP announced Thursday three new additions to its Oklahoma City office, including a partner moving over from Goolsby Proctor Heefner & Gibbs.

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    NYS Conservation Dept. Regional Leader Joins Harris Beach

    Harris Beach has brought a former Capital Region director for the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation into its commercial real estate practice, saying Thursday that he will tap his environmental knowledge to serve entities like commercial developers, institutional lenders, corporations, partnerships and nonprofits.

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    Ex-Wegmans GC Helps Form New Harter Secrest Group

    Former top lawyers at supermarket chain Wegmans and workforce solutions company Aleron Group are helping launch a general counsel services practice at Harter Secrest & Emery LLP on Thursday, the New York law firm said.

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    Lucosky Brookman Steps Into Texas With Thompson Coe Atty

    Lucosky Brookman LLP announced Thursday that it is expanding its operations into Texas, launching its new Austin shop with a commercial litigator at the helm who came aboard from Thompson Coe Cousins & Irons LLP.

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    Brown Rudnick Taps Kasowitz Vet As Biz Development Leader

    Brown Rudnick LLP has hired the former chief marketing and business development officer at Kasowitz Benson Torres LLP, who joins the firm to continue helping elevate its attorneys' work and the firm's overall business operations.

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    Tucker Arensberg Expands Pittsburgh Office With Labor Atty

    Tucker Arensberg PC has grown its Pittsburgh office this week with the addition of an attorney who left Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC to refocus his practice on labor and employment matters.

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    Schnader Harrison Moves To Halt Retirement Class Action

    Shuttered law firm Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP has urged a Pennsylvania federal judge to toss a former partner's proposed class claim the firm mismanaged employee retirement money, saying the complaint misclassifies the firm's payments to the retirement fund.

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    Former DOJ Prosecutor Moves From Honigman To Bass Berry

    Bass Berry & Sims PLC has hired an ex-U.S. Department of Justice litigator from Honigman LLP who focuses her practice on a range of fraud matters in the healthcare and financial industries, the firm announced Wednesday.

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    Stinson Brings On M&A Pro From Fox Rothschild In Dallas

    Stinson LLP has strengthened its corporate finance practice division with the addition of a partner in Dallas who came aboard from Fox Rothschild LLP.

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    Spencer Fane Adds Another Hopkins & Carley Atty In Calif.

    Spencer Fane LLP has hired another attorney from Hopkins & Carley who has spent nearly the entirety of her more than 30-year career with her former firm, and most recently helped lead its litigation department, according to a recent announcement.

  • Bedsheet Buyer Attys Clinch $3.5M Fee For Macy's Deal

    Lawyers representing a class of consumers that accused Macy's of lying about the thread count of its sheets will get $3.5 million as part of a $10.5 million settlement with the retailer, an Ohio federal judge ruled, but gave the lead plaintiffs a pittance, saying they did not work hard enough to get more.

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    Mullen Coughlin Adds Data Privacy Atty In Pa.

    Philadelphia-based data privacy firm Mullen Coughlin has beefed up its incident response team this week by adding an attorney who left consulting firm Kroll to return to private practice.

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    Longtime Chiesa Shahinian Attys To Lead Employment Group

    New faces are joining the leadership of Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi PC's employment law group, the firm announced Tuesday, with a longtime employment litigator and 18-year veteran of the firm stepping up as chair of the team.

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    Legal Insurers See 'All-Time High' In Price Tag Of Claims

    Some of the nation's largest legal insurance companies are reporting an unprecedented rise in "claim severity," according to survey data released Tuesday, with 11 of 13 insurers reporting paying claims in excess of $100 million in the past two years.

  • Jackson Walker Wants Out Of Texas Judge Romance Suit

    Law firm Jackson Walker told a Texas federal court it wants out of a lawsuit accusing it of harming a tug boat company whose case was pending before a bankruptcy judge engaged in a romantic relationship with a firm attorney.

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    In order to improve access to justice for those who cannot afford a lawyer, states should consider regulatory innovations, such as allowing new forms of law firm ownership and permitting nonlawyers to provide certain legal services, says Patricia Lee Refo, president of the American Bar Association.

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