Report on bipartisan corporate crime-fighting by US states has yielded over $100 billion in company payouts, with bankers topping the list.
Over 80 percent of private-sector US employees will be forced into arbitration with their employers by 2024, a new report predicts.
Firm launches Miami-based strategy to build US-based Latin America practice and hires Americas focused transactional lawyer.
Another team walks at Clydes as eight partners set their heart on own practice in San Francisco.
Brand goes after flea market which has become a “safe haven” for counterfeit sales according to lawsuit, while luxury lawyers prepare to focus on counterfeiting at NY summit.
Willkie Farr & Gallagher is opening a San Francisco office, its second in California's Bay Area.
Brad Smith says the US administration hasn't made the case for its moves against the Chinese company.
GENDER PAY GAP
The gap in gender pay for general counsel has grown, according to Equilar study.
Chicago-based firm refreshes brand with shorter name and highlights its finance work.
Firm renews partnership with Ellevate Network to champion diversity and foster inclusive environment for employees.