A new study from Barker Gilmore confirms that female lawyers are still paid less compared to their male counterparts - and the disparity is greater for GCs.
Eric Schneiderman, who has thrived on being a committed social justice crusader, has resigned after sexual assaults exposed.
With major antitrust cases ahead the US Federal Trade Commission is fully staffed after a three years hiatus in top posts.
Legal procurement practices are profoundly impacting the world's largest companies, as habits change.
Unusual "Onionhead" religion leads to workers getting $5.1 million in a complaint against employers 'cult-like' behaviour.
A lawyer is fined $10,000 for lying about whereabouts to court, but Instragram screenshots confirm the camera never lies.
Morrison & Foerster's big telecoms merger role is overshadowed by a $100 million proposed class action over maternity leave at the firm.
The "dishonest and duplicitous" behaviour of counsel barred a patent claim and ends the biggest-ever US pharma case.
Relatives claim pharmacy chain Walgreens and an Illinois hospital failed to properly diagnosed and treat overdose days earlier.
Yahoo!, now called Altaba, did not disclose for two years a 2014 data breach affecting over 500 million user accounts