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    Most Gen Z Lawyers Would Take A Pay Cut For Fewer Hours

    Money is no longer the top factor in many Generation Z lawyers' list of priorities, with three-fourths naming culture as the No. 1 factor they used in choosing a law firm, according to a new report released Monday by recruiting firm Major Lindsey & Africa and legal intelligence provider Leopard Solutions.

  • Law360 Reveals Titans Of The Plaintiffs Bar

    In the past year, plaintiffs have won settlements and judgments for millions and billions of dollars from companies such as Wells Fargo, Goldman Sachs, Facebook and Fox News, with many high-profile cases finally wrapping up after years of fighting. Such cases — involving over-the-top compensation packages, chemical contamination, gender discrimination and data mining — were led by attorneys whose accomplishments earned them recognition as Law360's Titans of the Plaintiffs Bar for 2024.

  • Texas Justices Rule Trial Court Must Admit Out-Of-State Attys

    An El Paso court that barred two out-of-state attorneys from appearing pro hac vice because they seemed to have signed a filing prior to being admitted must let the lawyers into the case, the state high court ruled Friday, finding the trial court abused its discretion in blocking them.

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    Locke Lord Strikes $12M Deal To End Claims Over Gas Fraud

    Locke Lord LLP will likely pony up $12.5 million to settle claims it stood by as its clients carried out a fraudulent $122 million oil and gas scheme, with a Texas federal magistrate judge recommending approval of the settlement at a hearing in Fort Worth.

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    Senators Urge ABA To Look Into Rape Questions On Bar Apps

    Several members of the Senate Judiciary Committee wrote to the American Bar Association on Friday urging it to study how state bar applications require would-be attorneys to disclose sexual violence.

  • Law360 Pulse Spotlight On Mid-Law Work

    Richards Layton & Finger PA and Desmarais LLP handling a suit against Pfizer over mRNA vaccine technology and Warner Norcross + Judd LLP's handling of a Midwestern bank merger lead this edition of Law360 Pulse's Spotlight On Mid-Law Work, recapping the top matters for Mid-Law firms from April 12 to 26.

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    Baylor Law Prof Joins Carlson And Subsidiary In Texas

    A Baylor Law School professor has taken a position with Texas' statewide personal injury shop The Carlson Law Firm PC, and will also be a named partner in a Corpus Christi affiliate boutique being rebranded as White Carlson Wren & Cook.

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    Law360's Legal Lions Of The Week

    Aidala Bertuna & Kamins PC leads this week's edition of Law360 Legal Lions, after New York's highest state court overturned Harvey Weinstein's rape conviction in a contentious, split opinion that found the former movie mogul's first jury proceeding was unfair.

  • Voir Dire: Law360 Pulse's Weekly Quiz

    This was another action-packed week for the legal industry as BigLaw firms made new hires and expanded their practices. Test your legal news savvy here with Law360 Pulse's weekly quiz.

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    How Gibson Dunn Shines A Spotlight On Pro Bono Work

    While Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP accepts nominations each year for some of its top pro bono work and selects several winners, the firm's pro bono chair wouldn't call this a competition.

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    DLA Piper Promotes 63 Lawyers To Partnership Worldwide

    DLA Piper said Thursday it has elevated 63 new lawyers to its partnership across the globe in a U.S.-led promotion round that marks a dip from its class of 72 new partners in 2023.

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    Bressler Switches To Committee Leadership Structure

    Bressler Amery & Ross PC has reshaped its leadership structure and is now headed up by a five-member management committee in charge of the firm's day-to-day operations and long-term strategic planning.

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    Texas Bar Exam's February Pass Rate Ticked Up In '23

    The overall passing rate on the February bar exam in Texas climbed slightly less than four points to about 48%, while Lone Star State law school graduates taking the test for the first time continued to outperform all first-time examinees combined, according to a statistical report released this week.

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    Microvast Elevates General Counsel To President Role

    Microvast Holdings Inc., a Texas-based technology company that develops and manufactures lithium-ion battery solutions, promoted its general counsel to president, according to a recent securities filing.

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    Law Firm Real Estate Report

    Familiar proved preferable for a handful of firms in April, as Lathrop GPM and Haynes and Boone went vertical with their office moves in Boston and San Antonio, respectively, while BakerHostetler and Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman renewed their leases in San Francisco.

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    Indictment Says 'Car Wreck Clyde' Skimmed From Client Deals

    A federal grand jury has indicted a Houston attorney and his former office manager over claims they defrauded clients by skimming nearly $2.4 million from settlement proceeds and using the funds for personal expenses, including private school and Ferraris.

  • Adams And Reese Hires Environmental Law Head In Alabama

    Adams and Reese LLP has hired a longtime environmental litigator who is joining the firm in Birmingham, Alabama, to lead the environmental team, the firm announced Tuesday.

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    Sidley Marketing Chief Scott L. Kilburg Dies At 51

    Sidley Austin LLP Chief Marketing Officer Scott L. Kilburg died last week, the firm has confirmed. He was 51.

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    What To Know About Texas Atty Ethics Rule Proposals

    Members of the State Bar of Texas are in the midst of voting on proposed amendments to the ethics rules governing lawyers in the Lone Star State, including changes that address the duties of a managing partner or supervising attorney and an attorney's responsibilities to prospective clients. Here, Law360 Pulse takes a look at the process and some of the proposals.

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    Latham's AI And Innovation Director On His New Role

    Latham and Watkins LLP recently hired John Scrudato from Gunderson Dettmer Stough Villeneuve Franklin & Hachigian LLP to be its director of artificial intelligence and innovation. Here, Scrudato spoke with Law360 Pulse about what he wants to accomplish in his new job.

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    Bradley Arant Gains Real Estate Pro In Dallas From Gray Reed

    Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP continues to expand in the Lone Star State, adding a real estate and environmental law partner in Dallas from Gray Reed & McGraw LLP.

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    Akerman Launches New Breed Of Equine Sector Legal Team

    Akerman LLP has formed one of the largest multistate and multidisciplinary legal teams in the equestrian community, the firm said Wednesday.

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    The Top Tips Senior Staff Want Junior Associates To Know

    Even as junior associates gain sophisticated legal skills, it’s important for them to also gain practical knowledge related to the inner workings of their law firm. Here, six longtime staff offer their tips to new associates for navigating life in a large law firm like a pro.

  • Houston Firm Sues Client For Fees In Explosion Settlement

    The Daspit Law Firm PLLC is taking a former client to court in order to recoup money allegedly owed from a settlement to a personal injury lawsuit stemming from a chemical plant fire almost six years ago.

  • Judge Overturns Biz's H-2B Ban, Blaming 'Gaslighting' Atty

    A U.S. Department of Labor administrative law judge overturned a decision to debar a Minnesota concessions stand company from the H-2B visa program over its failure to pay back wages and penalties, saying the small business's owner had only followed his attorney's advice — right into a legal disaster.

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