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    Dan Packel

    Working together as co-defendants in a privilege fight may still be less unpleasant than holding on to the stigma of being known as counsel for Donald Trump.

  • Young, Female and Underestimated? There's Power in That, Miami Attorney Angela de Cespedes Says

    Daily Business Review |Profile

    Young, Female and Underestimated? There's Power in That, Miami Attorney Angela de Cespedes Says

    Lidia Dinkova | January 25, 2021

    "The last person anyone expects to be walking in a room representing a professional sports team, league or federation is a woman. They automatically make certain assumptions as a result," said Angela de Cespedes of Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr in Miami. "They come to find that those assumptions were wrong and they should have been on high alert from the beginning."

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    Dan Clark | January 26, 2021

    “If people think that a project is not likely to yield good results, they may not focus on it," James Crocker, a principal at Gartner in Washington, D.C., said.

  • Mercer Law Students Want to Give Pro-Trump Lawyer Lin Wood the Boot, but Ditching a Donor Is Complicated

    Daily Report |News

    Mercer Law Students Want to Give Pro-Trump Lawyer Lin Wood the Boot, but Ditching a Donor Is Complicated

    Karen Sloan | January 26, 2021

    L. Lin Wood surprised Mercer Law Dean Cathy Cox when he showed up on a Jan. 22 Zoom session with law students to defend his professional record amid calls for the school to strip his name from a campus courtroom.

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    Patrick Smith | January 26, 2021

    Sidley Austin nabbed a health care real estate group from McDermott, while King & Spalding took a practice head from Proskauer Rose.

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    Exercising Restraint: Federal Circuit Affirms Dismissal of Declaratory Judgment Action Under Abstention Doctrine

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    The Federal Circuit affirmed the dismissal of a declaratory judgment action based on the “abstention doctrine,” despite the declaratory judgment plaintiff’s insistence that the underlying contract dispute required resolution of patent validity and claim scope that were within the federal courts’ exclusive purview.

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    Frank Ready | January 26, 2021

    Many legal tech companies have grown more comfortable with the prospect of hiring top candidates who don't live in proximity to a central office location. But a shift to a larger talent market could increase the level of competition among both job seekers and employers.

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    American Lawyer |News

    Big Law's Working Parents Are Hurting. Money Is Not The Answer.

    Dylan Jackson | January 26, 2021

    More than ever, law firms risk losing good talent if they don't start listening to what working parents really need.

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    Christopher Niesche | January 25, 2021

    The firm's client data was compromised after a file-sharing system designed by California-based cloud company Accellion was accessed illegally earlier this month.

  • 'Will the Chief Say Anything About This?': Roberts Won't Preside Over New Trump Trial

    The National Law Journal

    'Will the Chief Say Anything About This?': Roberts Won't Preside Over New Trump Trial

    Marcia Coyle | January 25, 2021

    "How will this decision be explained? Will the Senate say that they decided that the Chief Justice cannot preside or just need not? And will the Chief say anything about this?" one law professor wrote.

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