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    Legal Lags Behind Other Professionals Using AI

    Despite increased demand for artificial intelligence, most professionals are not using this technology at work, with legal professionals lagging behind other sectors, according to a new survey on Tuesday.

  • Attys Have Duty To Defend Judges, ABA President Says

    The American Bar Association's president on Monday warned that attacks on judges and the U.S. court system have skyrocketed in recent years and urged lawyers to stand up for the judicial process by defending judges who are unjustly criticized.

  • District Judge Upholds Kwok Daughter, Law Firm Sanctions

    A Connecticut federal judge has upheld a bankruptcy judge's $83,370 sanction against the daughter of bankrupt Chinese exile Ho Wan Kwok, saying the record is "abundantly clear" that she, her company and her lawyers stalled and tried to avoid subpoenas from Kwok's bankruptcy trustee.

  • Ex-Paralegal Launches Whistleblower Suit Against NJ Firm

    An ex-paralegal at New Jersey personal injury law firm Brandon J. Broderick LLC says his former employer created an uncomfortable work place when he reported alleged ethical violations to management.

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    Chiesa Shahinian Adds Inglesino Webster Litigation Trio In NJ

    Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi PC built out its expertise in municipal law, civil rights defense and alternative dispute resolution with the hire announced Monday of a three-attorney team from Inglesino Webster Wyciskala & Taylor LLC.

  • Menendez Seeks To Block Info On Lifestyle, Political Donors

    U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez is seeking to have evidence about his and his wife's lifestyle and spending habits and information about his campaign donors excluded from the bribery trial that the couple and two business associates are facing on May 6, according to court documents.

  • NJ County Prosecutor Exits Office, AG Platkin Takes Over

    New Jersey Attorney General Matthew J. Platkin announced Friday evening that he'd assumed Warren County's law enforcement duties amid the departure of prosecutor James Pfeiffer — a takeover that Platkin's office characterized as the result of a misconduct probe and Pfeiffer explained as protocol due to his retirement. 

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    Legal Industry Sheds 3,000 Jobs In March After Modest Gains

    Following a modest uptick in February, the U.S. legal sector shed more jobs in March, with a loss of 3,000 jobs compared with the previous month, according to preliminary data released Friday by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

  • Ex-Client Says NJ Atty To Blame For Shoddy Pandemic Deal

    A woman suing her former attorneys for allegedly forcing her into an unfavorable deal in a medical malpractice suit has urged a New Jersey state court not to dismiss claims against one of the attorneys, reiterating to the court that both attorneys were responsible for her botched case.

  • Ex-Cognizant Execs' Trial Moved Over Atty Schedule Woes

    A New Jersey federal judge has agreed to reschedule the trial of two former Cognizant Technology Solutions executives accused of authorizing a bribe to an Indian official, answering the call by a Gibbons PC counsel who has another high-profile white-collar trial on his schedule the same day his Cognizant case client was also set to go before a jury.

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    Law360's Legal Lions Of The Week

    Gibbons PC leads this week's edition of Law360 Legal Lions, after helping its client, a Kirkland & Ellis LLP attorney, secure an early win in a legal malpractice case alleging he botched an estate planning matter and lost his client millions in a later divorce.

  • Voir Dire: Law360 Pulse's Weekly Quiz

    The legal industry marked the beginning of April with another busy week as law firms expanded their offerings and made new hires. Test your legal news savvy here with Law360 Pulse's weekly quiz.

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    'Eat Or Be Eaten': Mid-Law Drove Q1 Law Firm Mergers

    As firms feel the pressure to grow to meet client demands, midsize law firms appear to be more eager to gobble up small law firms and less thrilled by the idea of being acquired, according to consultants and first quarter U.S. law firm combination results collected by Law360 Pulse.

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    Duane Morris Names Philly Atty As White Collar Co-Leader

    Duane Morris LLP has named a former supervisor in the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's Division of Enforcement as co-chair of the white collar criminal defense, corporate investigations and regulatory compliance division of its trial practice group.

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    Why Texas Litigation Boutique Is Growing In The Garden State

    A similar philosophy about practicing in the mass tort space has led longtime New Jersey litigator Asim Badaruzzaman to helm Dallas-based Sbaiti & Company PLLC's new shop in the Garden State.

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    McElroy Deutsch Construction Pro Joins Peckar & Abramson

    Peckar & Abramson PC added a McElroy Deutsch Mulvaney & Carpenter LLP construction law partner of nearly 30 years this week with a specialty in heavy civil construction and public works.

  • Ex-Manager Wants Sills Cummis Atty Depo In Musician Row

    The former manager for Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Nile Rodgers asked a New Jersey state court Thursday to depose a Sills Cummis & Gross PC attorney in a suit accusing the firm of overbilling him in a contract dispute against the musician.

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    Quintairos Prieto Expands Workers' Comp Practice To NJ

    Quintairos Prieto Wood & Boyer PA has opened a new office in Basking Ridge, New Jersey, to bolster its national workers' compensation practice, and has turned to two former Testan Law attorneys to lead the new shop.

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    Despite Atty Losses, Lewis Brisbois Says '23 Was Its Best Year

    Following the exodus of over a hundred employment lawyers to the short-lived Barber Ranen last summer, a stream of attorneys has been departing Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP to join other firms that are expanding into new regions. The firm’s leader tells Law360 Pulse, however, that the firm is on solid footing and had its “best year yet.”

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    Office Snapshot: Duane Morris Eyes Collaboration In NJ Move

    By moving its northern New Jersey shop from Newark to the nearby suburbs, Duane Morris LLP was looking for a space that would stay true to the firm's culture of hands-on collaboration and mentorship.

  • Rutgers Law Student Fights Bid To Trim Antisemitic Bias Suit

    An Orthodox Jewish Rutgers law student who is suing the school in New Jersey state court, alleging antisemitic discrimination in the wake of the Oct. 7 Hamas attack on Israel, opposed motions to trim claims and remove some individual defendants as an improper attempt to "do surgery on an opposing litigant's pleading."

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    Cole Schotz Launches Life Sciences Practice Group

    Cole Schotz PC has launched a life sciences practice group led by two attorneys with intellectual property expertise, with the firm saying the practice formalizes and structures work the firm is already doing for clients.

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    Task Force Releases New AI Guidance For Courts

    The National Center for State Courts' artificial intelligence rapid response team has released more interim guidance on how courts can start experimenting with AI and what they should consider about platforms using the technology, the center said Wednesday.

  • Backlash To 3rd Circ. Nom Could Hamper More Muslim Picks

    Only two Muslims serve on the federal bench, well below the prevalence of people practicing the faith within the U.S., and the recent travails of a third picked to serve on the court might bode ill for adding more.

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    Firm Mergers Up In 1st Quarter Compared To Last Year

    Law firm merger activity has increased in 2024, with the uptick likely to continue, according to a new analysis.

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