To find out how third-, fourth- and fifth-year asso ciates rate their firms as workplaces, our survey examined several aspects of job satisfaction.
Retiring boomer lawyers are on to new adventures. But their exit from the Am Law 200 poses serious risks for firms that haven't planned ahead.
HP's new Spectre laptop is thin and light, but it is too bulky to be a true game-changer.
Everyone thought that the U.S. indicted Chinese hackers merely for show. Everyone was wrong.
The ABA continues to fight to shield lawyers from having to report suspicious money transfers.
Squire Patton is the latest firm to sign up to serve as the independent monitor of a local police department.
In the messy business divorce over translation company TransPerfect, lawyers got splattered, too.
The epic 1880s patent fight over the lightbulb, as seen through the eyes of a young Paul Cravath.
The U.K. firm increases potential rewards for top performers.
Sidley and Fish get a plug on 'Jeopardy!'
A group of lawyers who represent beermakers agreed to form the Craft Beverage Lawyers Guild in May at the annual Craft Brewers Conference in Philadelphia.
In the latest sign that artificial intelligence may become part of Big Law practice, at least three law firms have confirmed that they’ve licensed the AI product developed by ROSS Intelligence for bankruptcy matters.
A columnist sees shades of Richard Nixon in Donald Trump's candidacy that go beyond Trump's "rule of law" sloganeering.
Starbucks is being sued for allegedly cheating its customers by underfilling their drinks—as in one-quarter inch below the rim on lattes—and also by putting too much ice in cold drinks.
Brexit may be good news for such European cities as Frankfurt and Paris. But don't write off London.
It's been a noteworthy year for pro bono service.
Every company needs a policy to deal with tyrants, lawyers say—and other short reports that your clients are talking about.
Most projects skew left. But some lawyers and firms have bucked the trend.
U.S. citizens get relatively few mentions in the Panama Papers. The explanation might be aggressive American tax enforcement—or inadequate U.S. measures to counter money laundering.
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Microsoft acquires LinkedIn, and Argentina's Grupo Supervielle goes public. Plus, Deals in Brief.
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BofA sees a $1.27B judgment tossed, hospitals turn back the FTC's efforts to block their merger, and more.
We put three leading news aggregation apps to the test. Which one ended up in the slow reading group?